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Chord Families & Diatonic Substitution

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Published on Feb 9, 2010

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This video explains the various families of the harmonized major scale. After building chords upon each step of the major scale and naming the family name given to each step, the chords can then be grouped together. The groups represent an effect of common emotional effects. These chords present similar sounds due to the number of tones they share. The act of mixing one chord for and with others in a common family is the application of "Diatonic Substitution."

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