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Backing Tracks in C Major
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C Major - Jam Track Jam track uses the Major tonality with the scale of C Major as the principle color for performing lines and phrases over the chord changes. D Minor - Jam Track
This track is in the key of C Major. I thought that, if this is continued, I could do a track in each key which will probably later include modes and other stuff. This first chord progression actually pays tribute to one of my favourite composers who also wrote a piece in each key — J. This may sound like a simple beginning, but there are yet plenty of things that you can do with this. This first section lends itself well to very melodic lines , and one of the most melodic strategies, is to follow the chord tones as they pass by- and this requires you to know your chord shapes. The A minor here suggests- at least to me- to use the A minor pentatonic here especially to get that grittier sound. If you would like to download the full backing track, click here. In the example solo, I start off fairly simply by following the chord tones playing the notes that form part of each chord and making that into a melody. Remember: if you do try a faster run or flurry of notes, make sure you end the sequence or idea on a note that fits the underlying chord or harmony!