Author Topic: Triad Chord Theory notes for Keys that have Sharps or Flats  (Read 700 times)

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Offline stitch101

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Re: Triad Chord Theory notes for Keys that have Sharps or Flats
« Reply #15 on: September 10, 2018, 05:15:33 pm »
If your going to get your information off the internet it's best to stick with someone like Justin.
There is so much miss information out there and all it does is confuse people. This is the  main
reason Justin's courses are far superior to most. He knows his music theory inside and out
and lays it out in an easy to understand manner.

@Lurnelecguitar that was a good catch noticing the notes posted as #s and questioning it.
The definition of a minor chord is a Flattened 3rd do no sharps can be used.
Close's explanation of why is spot on. 

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Re: Triad Chord Theory notes for Keys that have Sharps or Flats
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2018, 04:22:30 pm »
Yep, the things that people do sometimes need correction, which is why this message board spends a fair amount of time correcting inaccuracies in Justin's courseware and web space. There's a "corrections" forum here on this message board with 1920 posts at the time of this writing. Other errata is detailed in each of the other support forums. Look, it's not meant as a knock --we're all human. So what to do about stuff like this? I contacted the person at http://www.guitaristsource.com/ and made them aware of the notational inaccuracies (which are not tonally inaccurate by the way). Takes only a minute to help an Internet site (actually another human trying to help other humans) get it right just as Justin endeavors to do here.   

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Re: Triad Chord Theory notes for Keys that have Sharps or Flats
« Reply #17 on: September 12, 2018, 04:50:50 pm »
Yep, the things that people do sometimes need correction, which is why this message board spends a fair amount of time correcting inaccuracies in Justin's courseware and web space. There's a "corrections" forum here on this message board with 1920 posts at the time of this writing. Other errata is detailed in each of the other support forums. Look, it's not meant as a knock --we're all human. So what to do about stuff like this? I contacted the person at http://www.guitaristsource.com/ and made them aware of the notational inaccuracies (which are not tonally inaccurate by the way). Takes only a minute to help an Internet site (actually another human trying to help other humans) get it right just as Justin endeavors to do here.   
Good vibes for you, Clint ...

 

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