Transposing Melody and Harmony – CreativeGuitarStudio

December 10, 2014

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Q: I have been working at trying to figure out how to move chord progressions and melodies to other keys. The problem I have with this is understanding the relationship of the notes to the chords and scales. I think it must have something to do with the shared note groups. Only, I can tell that all of the patterns are movable and that really has me confused. Can you make a video on the ‘basics’ of transposing? Thank you.
Louis – Robins, Iowa USA

A: We can learn to analyze every intervallic distance that is involved with the note movements found between melodies and chord progressions. Once we’re able to understand how to accurately judge the distance from a tonic note to either “one particular scale tone,” or to a specific, “harmonic degree,” we will be able to transpose any melody or chord progression over into any key that we’d like. All it takes is having a knowledge of the key signatures, being familiar with the notes on your guitar neck, and spending the time that it will take to learn how to apply the use of intervals moving either scale tones or chords from one key, over into another.

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