Re: HOW DO YOU WALK FROM ONE CHORD TO THE NEXT?
On Jun 18, 8:03 am, Derek <d...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for clearing up the original question. I still only can thing
of the two suggested. There are many ways of approaching walking
basslines, and there are a number of books on the topic.
Voice leading can also be as simple or as complicated as you want to
get. All the styles of music you mention incorporate both ideas.
Voice leading less so in rock since you are typically using a
distorted tone, and voices within a chord tend to get muddy with
what about double stops? anyone ever use them to transition between
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