ideal tool for playing and composing music, songwriting, improvisation,
harmonization, modulation, transposition & chord progressions.
Table Of Fifths
+ ebook, created by Clusivity: circle
Table Of Fifths
is a Slide Chart: Version
2.0 is out now!
It's FREE! You can make your own Slide
Chart in 15 minutes!
It's the circle of fifths, made easy, by presenting all information
in a Table Of Fifths!
“Compose like the Pros”:
The new easy visual method to compose music,
to improvise and find inspiration! Chords are organised
in a logical way to help you compose music in any key. Learn
and "see" how to apply more complex composition methods
like modulation, tonicization, tonicized chords, chord substitutions,
tritone substitutions, parallel keys, borrowed chords, and secondary
- A great tool to play music.
Makes it easy to see all major keys and their relative minor
key, their notes, scale, key signature, 7 basic chords, chord
progressions & modulation.
The free PDF ebook
is the easy way to learn and understand music theory
and take a giant leap in your knowledge of music. This ebook
will dramatically change the way you ‘look at’ music.
-> Learn how to use the Table Of Fifths.
-> Learn the
basics of music theory: learn about
the circle of fifths, keys, key signature and all the hidden
secrets of the circle of fifths.
-> Learn about the 7 basic triads, the 7th
chords, Roman numerals and chord progressions.
-> SEE the relationships of chords in a key
and how some chords have close relationships.
-> Find out when to use major 7th and dominant
7th chords. How to use suspended and augmented chords.
-> Discover the symmetry of diminished 7th
and augmented chords.
-> The ebook includes more than 180 exercises
to help you become a master in music theory and the use of the
-> It is easy to transpose a song to another
key. It is easy to transpose musical scores for instruments
tuned in another key.
- No need to count or remember tricks to get information out
of the circle of fifths: simply READ the information from the
- The Table
Of Fifths includes the 11 most popular
chords with notes in each key: major, major7, dominant7, minor,
minor7, diminished, diminished7, half-diminished7, suspended
4th, suspended 2nd and augmented chords. There are 132 different
chords with notes included.
- The Table
Of Fifths will undoubtedly help
you with playing and composing music, improvisation, finding
inspiration, harmonization, ...
- Includes the Camelot system used for harmonic mixing.
Version 2.1 will extensively describe the "Compose like
the Pros" concept, a new visual method to build your song
with chords from the Table Of Fifths, similar to how bricks
are used to construct a house.
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