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Is this a valid chord progression?



  • Originally posted by terminal velocity
    playing a 4th note on a IV chord would be a flat 7 to the tonic. out of scale. the V chord, you say AMaj7, then flat 7 in your parenthetical. flat 7 would be correct.


    A suspended 4th on a IV chord is a half step below the tonic. Nothing that I wrote about violates anything. Nowhere did I say to use a regular 4th in the IV chord.
  • you have no idea what 'suspended' means. suspended 4th == 'regular' 4th. take the key of C. IV chord of F. if you play Fsus4, you're playing a B flat, not B.
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