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The music disharmony theory and chromatic music

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Post by kentaku_sama Mon Aug 03, 2009 5:28 am

Since I've played piano I have learned the hitting a note and a half step from that note as a chord sounds bad or dosen't harmonize and sounds creepy. Why? I've wondered this alot. Is there any way to use these chords without sounding creepy.

Also: Any one know of any songs with the chromatic scale used? To give me some ideas. Smile
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Post by Klavier Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:54 am

Ummm, whats wrong with them sounding creepy! Discord is the way of the future my friend, at least for me! Ears evolve that way! You can find something to do with every key, maybe try improvising something spooky or for lack of a better word, otherworldly!
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Post by kentaku_sama Mon Aug 03, 2009 3:29 pm

Good idea.
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