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Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« on: July 21, 2008, 03:58:44 PM »
I'll start this thing off by giving some basic theory you all may know already.  If you have followed my posts here on LGM, u probably learned this stuff in the key of C.  Here it is in the next key, C#.  Please keep in mind that this key is 2 keys in 1.  It is the key of C# as well as the key of Db.  These keys are what we call enharmonic, same note on the keyboard, different on paper.  I'll start with the major scales:


Major Scales
                           
                        1     2    3    4    5     6    7
C# major scale:  C#   D#  E#  F#  G#  A#  B#
Db major scale:  Db    Eb   F   Gb  Ab   Bb   C


Scale Degree Chords

      C#                            Db

1 = C#-E#-G#            1 = Db-F-Ab
2 = D#-F#-A#            2 = Eb-Gb-Bb
3 = E#-G#-B#            3  = F-Ab-C
4 = F#-A#-C#            4 = Gb-Bb-Db
5 = G#-B#-D#            5 = Ab-C-Eb
6 = A#-C#-E#            6 = Bb-Db-F
7 = B#-D#-F#            7 = C-Eb-Gb


BASIC PROGRESSIONS

1-5-1

C# / C#-E#-G# (1)     C# / C#-E#-G# (1)     C# / E#-G#-C# (1)     C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)     G# / B#-D#-G# (5)     G# / D#-G#-B# (5)     G# / G#-B#-D# (5)
(repeat)                    (repeat)                    (repeat)                    (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab (1)     Db / Db-F-Ab (1)     Db / F-Ab-Db (1)     Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)     Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)     Ab / Eb-Ab-C (5)     Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)
(repeat)                 (repeat)                 (repeat)                (repeat)



1-V7-1 progression

C# / C#-E#-G# (1)           C# / C#-E#-G# (1)           C# / E#-G#-C# (1)
G# / G#-B#-D#-F# (5)      G# / B#-D#-F#-G# (5)      G# / D#-F#-G#-B# (5)
(repeat)                          (repeat)                          (repeat)

C# / G#-C#-E# (1)           C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)      G# / G#-B#-D#-F# (5)
(repeat)                             (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab (1)           Db / Db-F-Ab (1)           Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb-Gb (5)      Ab / C-Eb-Gb-Ab (5)      Ab / Eb-Gb-Ab-C (5)
(repeat)                      (repeat)                       (repeat)

Db / Ab-Db-F (1)           Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)      Ab / Ab-C-Eb-Gb (5)
(repeat)                      (repeat)



1-4-1 progression

C# / C#-E#-G# (1)    C# / C#-E#-G# (1)     C# / E#-G#-C# (1)     C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
F# / F#-A#-C# (4)    F# / C#-F#-A# (4)      F# / F#-A#-C# (4)     F# / A#-C#-F# (4)
(repeat)                   (repeat)                     (repeat)                   (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / F-Ab-Db (1)       Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)     Gb / Db-Gb-Bb (4)      Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)     Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4)
(repeat)                   (repeat)                   (repeat)                  (repeat)



1-4-5-1 progression

C# / C#-E#-G# (1)       C# / C#-E#-G# (1)        C# / E#-G#-C# (1)       C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
F# / F#-A#-C# (4)        F# / C#-F#-A# (4)        F# / F#-A#-C# (4)       F# / A#-C#-F# (4)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)        G# / B#-D#-G# (5)        G# / D#-G#-B# (5)       G# / G#-B#-D# (5)
(repeat)                       (repeat)                       (repeat)                      (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab (1)        Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / F-Ab-Db (1)        Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)      Gb / Db-Gb-Bb (4)      Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)      Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)        Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)       Ab / Eb-Ab-C (5)        Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)
(repeat)                    (repeat)                   (repeat)                    (repeat)



1-4-V7-1 progression

C# / C#-E#-G# (1)            C# / C#-E#-G# (1)             C# / E#-G#-C# (1)
F# / F#-A#-C# (4)             F# / C#-F#-A# (4)             F# / F#-A#-C# (4)
G# / G#-B#-D#-F# (5)        G# / B#-D#-F#-G# (5)        G# / D#-F#-G#-B# (5) 
(repeat)                            (repeat)                            (repeat)

C# / G#-C#-E# (1)            C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
F# / A#-C#-F# (4)             F# / A#-C#-F# (4)
G# / G#-B#-D#-F# (5)        G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)
(repeat)                            (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab (1)             Db / Db-F-Ab (1)            Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)           Gb / Db-Gb-Bb (4)           Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb-Gb (5)        Ab / C-Eb-Gb-Ab (5)        Ab / Eb-Gb-Ab-C (5) 
(repeat)                         (repeat)                        (repeat)

Db / Ab-Db-F (1)              Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4)            Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb-Gb (5)         Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)
(repeat)                          (repeat)



Dominant 7th chord to 4

C# / C#-E#-G#-B                C# / C#-E#-G#-B                C# / E#-G#-B-C# 
F# / F#-A#-C# (4 of C#)      F# / C#-F#-A# (4 of C#)      F# / F#-A#-C# (4 of C#)   
(repeat)                             (repeat)                             (repeat)

C# / G#-B-C#-E#                C# / B-C#-E#-G#
F# / A#-C#-F# (4 of C#)      F# / A#-C#-F# (4 of C#)
(repeat)                             (repeat)


Db / Db-F-Ab-Cb                  Db / Db-F-Ab-Cb                 Db / F-Ab-Cb-Db 
Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4 of Db)        Gb / Db-Gb-Bb (4 of Db)       Gb / Gb-Bb-Db (4 of Db)   
(repeat)                             (repeat)                             (repeat)

Db / Ab-Cb-Db-F                  Db / Cb-Db-F-Ab
Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4 of Db)        Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4 of Db)
(repeat)                             (repeat)



7-3-6 progression

B# / B#-D#-F# (7)     B# / B#-D#-F# (7)      B# / B#-D#-F# (7)
E# / E#-G#-B# (3)     E# / G#-B#-E# (3)      E# / B#-E#-G# (3)
A# / A#-C#-E# (6)     A# / A#-C#-E# (6)     A# / C#-E#-A# (6)
(repeat)                    (repeat)                    (repeat)

B# / D#-F#-B# (7)     B# / F#-B#-#D (7)
E# / E#-G#-B# (3)     E# / G#-B#-E# (3)
A# / E#-A#-C# (6)     A# / A#-C#-E# (6)
(repeat)                    (repeat)


C / C-Eb-Gb (7)      C / C-Eb-Gb (7)      C / C-Eb-Gb (7)
F / F-Ab-C (3)        F / Ab-C-F (3)        F / C-F-Ab (3)
Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)     Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)     Bb / Db-F-Bb (6)
(repeat)                (repeat)                 (repeat)

C / Eb-Gb-C (7)      C / Gb-C-Eb (7)
F / F-Ab-C (3)        F / Ab-C-F (3)
Bb / F-Bb-Db (6)     Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)
(repeat)                (repeat)



2-5-1 progression

D# / D#-F#-A# (2)     D# / A#-D#-F# (2)      D# / D#-F#-A# (2)      D# / F#-A#-D# (2)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)     G# / B#-D#-G# (5)      G# / D#-G#-B# (5)      G# / G#-B#-D# (5)
C# / C#-E#-G# (1)     C# / C#-E#-G# (1)      C# / E#-G#-C# (1)      C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
(repeat)                    (repeat)                     (repeat)                     (repeat)


Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)      Eb / Bb-Eb-Gb (2)      Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)      Eb / Gb-Bb-Eb (2)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)       Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)        Ab / Eb-Ab-C (5)       Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)
Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / Db-F-Ab (1)        Db / F-Ab-Db (1)       Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
(repeat)                   (repeat)                    (repeat)                  (repeat)



3-6-2-5-1 progression

E# / E#-G#-B# (3)       E# / G#-B#-E# (3)      E# / B#-E#-G# (3)       E# / E#-G#-B# (3)
A# / A#-C#-E# (6)      A# / A#-C#-E# (6)      A# / C#-E#-A# (6)       A# / E#-A#-C# (6)
D# / D#-F#-A# (2)      D# / A#-D#-F# (2)      D# / D#-F#-A# (2)       D# / F#-A#-D# (2)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)      G# / B#-D#-G# (5)      G# / D#-G#-B# (5)       G# / G#-B#-D# (5)
C# / C#-E#-G# (1)      C# / C#-E#-G# (1)      C# / E#-G#-C# (1)       C# / G#-C#-E# (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                     (repeat)                      (repeat)


F / F-Ab-C (3)           F / Ab-C-F (3)          F / C-F-Ab (3)           F / F-Ab-C (3)
Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)        Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)       Bb / Db-F-Bb (6)        Bb / F-Bb-Db (6)
Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)      Eb / Bb-Eb-Gb (2)      Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)      Eb / Gb-Bb-Eb (2)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)       Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)       Ab / Eb-Ab-C (5)        Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)
Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / Db-F-Ab (1)       Db / F-Ab-Db (1)        Db / Ab-Db-F (1)
(repeat)                   (repeat)                   (repeat)                   (repeat)



7-3-6-2-5-1 progression

B# / B#-D#-F# (7)       B# / B#-D#-F# (7)       B# / B#-D#-F# (7)
E# / E#-G#-B# (3)       E# / G#-B#-E# (3)       E# / B#-E#-G# (3)
A# / A#-C#-E# (6)      A# / A#-C#-E# (6)       A# / C#-E#-A# (6)
D# / D#-F#-A# (2)      D# / A#-D#-F# (2)       D# / D#-F#-A# (2)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)      G# / B#-D#-G# (5)       G# / D#-G#-B# (5)
C# / C#-E#-G# (1)      C# / C#-E#-G# (1)       C# / E#-G#-C# (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                      (repeat)

B# / D#-F#-B# (7)       B# / F#-B#-D# (7)
E# / E#-G#-B# (3)       E# / G#-B#-E# (3)
A# / E#-A#-C# (6)      A# / A#-C#-E# (6)
D# / F#-A#-D# (2)      D# / A#-D#-F# (2)
G# / G#-B#-D# (5)      G# / B#-D#-G# (5)
C# / G#-C#-E# (1)      C# / C#-E#-G# (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)


C / C-Eb-Gb (7)       C / C-Eb-Gb (7)        C / C-Eb-Gb (7)
F / F-Ab-C (3)         F / Ab-C-F (3)          F / C-F-Ab (3)
Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)      Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)       Bb / Db-F-Db (6)
Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)     Eb / Bb-Eb-Gb (2)     Eb / Eb-Gb-Bb (2)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)      Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)      Ab / Eb-Ab-C (5)
Db / Db-F-Ab (1)      Db / Db-F-Ab (1)      Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
(repeat)                  (repeat)                  (repeat)

C / Eb-Gb-C (7)        C / Gb-C-Eb (7)
F / F-Ab-C (3)          F / Ab-C-F (3)
Bb / F-Bb-Db (6)       Bb / Bb-Db-F (6)
Eb / Gb-Bb-Eb (2)     Eb / Bb-Eb-Gb (2)
Ab / Ab-C-Eb (5)      Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)
Db / Ab-Db-F (1)      Db / Db-F-Ab (1)
(repeat)                  (repeat)
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2008, 04:02:28 PM »
 :o :o :o :o
This is some great info man. Im printing this now ;D

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2008, 06:13:32 PM »
Yes Suh this is some excellent info T-block :o :o :o :o :o :o
I'm printing this out rat nah (int) ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2008, 07:52:06 AM »
MORE ADVANCED PROGRESSIONS
Key C#

7-3-6 progression

B# / A#-D#-F# (7)        B# / A#-D#-F# (7)          B# / F#-A#-D# (7)         
E# / A-C#-D#-G# (3)     E# / A-B#-D#-F# (3)       E# / F#-A-B#-D# (3)
A# / G#-C#-E# (6)        A# / G#-C#-E# (6)          A# / E#-A#-C# (6)
(repeat)                       (repeat)                         (repeat)

B# / G-A#-D-E# (7)
E# / A-C#-D#-G# (3)
A# / G#-C#-E# (6)
(repeat)


2-5-1 progression

D# / G-A#-C#-E# (2)         D# / A-C#-D#-F# (2)          D# / G-A#-C#-E (2)
G# / F#-G#-C#-D# (5)       G# / G#-C#-E# (5)             G# / F#-A#-B#-E (5)
G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)       G# / F#-G#-C#-D# (5)                   OR
C# / E#-G#-C# (1)            G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)         G# / F#-G#-B#-E (5)
(repeat)                           C# / E#-G#-C# (1)              C# / B-E#-A#-C# (1)
                                      (repeat)                                        OR
                                                                              C# / B-E#-G#-C# (1)
                                                                              (repeat)

D# / B#-E#-A  or  D#-C# / B#-E#-A (2)
G# / C#-F#-A# (5)
C# / C#-E#-G# (1)
(repeat)


2-3-4-5-1 progression

D# / A-C#-D#-F# (2)
E# / G#-C#-E# (3)
F# / A-C#-D#-F# (4)
G# / G#-C#-E# (5)
G# / F#-G#-C#-D# (5)
G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)
C# / E#-G#-C# (1)
(repeat)


7-3-6-2-5-1 progression

B# / A#-D#-F# (7)         
E# / A-C#-D#-G# (3)   
A# / G#-C#-E# (6)       
D# / A-C#-D#-F# (2)
G# / G#-C#-E# (5)                 
G# / F#-G#-C#-D# (5)                       
G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)           
C# / E#-G#-C# (1)             
(repeat)


7-3-6-2-3-4-5-1 progression

B# / A#-D#-F# (7)         
E# / A-C#-D#-G# (3)   
A# / G#-C#-E# (6)       
D# / A-C#-D#-F# (2)
E# / G#-C#-E# (3)
F# / A-C#-D#-F# (4)
G# / G#-C#-E# (5)
G# / F#-G#-C#-D# (5)
G# / F#-G#-B#-D# (5)
C# / E#-G#-C# (1)
(repeat)


6-2-5-1 progression

A# / G#-C#-E# (6)      A# / G#-C#-E# (6)          A# / G#-C#-E# (6)         
D# / G-C#-E# (2)        D# / G-A#-C#-E# (2)       D# / G-B#-E (2)
G# / F#-B-D# (5)        G# / F#-B-D# (5)             G# / F#-B-D# (5)
C# / E#-B-D# (1)        C# / E#-G#-B-D# (1)        C# / E#-A#-D (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                          (repeat)                 

A# / G#-B#-C#-E# (6)      A# / G#-B#-C#-E# (6)           
D# / G-B#-C#-E# (2)        D# / G-A#-C#-E# (2)     
G# / F#-A#-B-D# (5)        G# / F#-A#-B-D# (5)         
C# / E#-A#-B-D# (1)        C# / E#-G#-B-D# (1)     
(repeat)                          (repeat)


6-b6-5-1 progression

A# / G#-C#-E# (6)       A# / G#-C#-E# (6)       A# / G#-B#-C#-E# (6)
A / G-B#-E (b6)            A / G-B#-E (b6)            A / G-B-C-E (b6)
G# / F#-B-D# (5)          G# / F#-B-D# (5)         G# / F#-B-D# (5)
C# / E#-B-D# (1)          C# / E#-A#-D (1)         C# / E#-B-D# (1)
(repeat)                       (repeat)                      (repeat)


6-2-5-1-4 progression

A# / G#-C#-E# (6)           
D# / G-C#-E# (2)     
G# / B-D#-F#-A# (5)     
C# / B-D#-E#-G# (1)  or  C# / B-D#-G-A#
F# / A#-C#-E#-G# (4)
(repeat)


2-1-b7-b6-5 progression

D# / C#-F#-A# (2)             
C# / D#-G#-B# (1)               
B / E-A-C# (b7)       
A / F#-B-D# (b6)       
G# / G#-C#-E# (5)             
(repeat)                     

D# / F#-A#-C# (2)               
C# / G#-B#-D# (1)               
B / A-C#-E (b7)       
A / B-D#-F# (b6)         
G# / C#-E#-G# (5)               
(repeat)                         

D# / A#-C#-F# (2)
C# / B#-D#-G# (1)
B / C#-E-A (b7)
A / D#-F#-B (b6)
G# / E#-G#-C# (5)
(repeat)


4-3-2-3-4-6-2-3 progression

F# / E#-A#-C# (4)       
E# / D#-G#-B# (3)     
D# / C#-F#-A# (2)     
E# / D#-G#-B# (3)     
F# / E#-A#-C# (4)     
A# / D#-G#-B# (6)     
D# / C#-F#-A# (2)     
E# / D#-G#-B# (3)     
(repeat)               

F# / A#-C#-E# (4)     
E# / G#-B#-D# (3)     
D# / F#-A#-C# (2)     
E# / G#-B#-D# (3)     
F# / F#-A#-C# (4)     
A# / G#-B#-D# (6)     
D# / F#-A#-C# (2)     
E# / G#-B#-D# (3)     
(repeat)               

F# / C#-E#-A# (4)
E# / B#-D#-G# (3)
D# / A#-C#-F# (2)
E# / B#-D#-G# (3)
F# / C#-E#-A# (4)
A# / B#-D#-G# (6)
D# / A#-C#-F# (2)
E# / B#-D#-G# (3)
(repeat)         


3-4-5-6 progression

E# / C#add9 (3)     
F# / F#add9 (4)     
G# / C#add9 (5)   
A# / F#add9 (6)     
(repeat)             

E# / D#-E#-G#-C# (3)
F# / C#-F#-G#-A# (4)
G# / C#-D#-E#-G# (5)
A# / G#-A#-C#-F# (6)
(repeat)


4-4-3-6-5 progression

F# / A#-C#-E# (4)
F# / G#-B#-D# (4)
E# / G#-B#-D# (3)
A# / G#-B#-D# (6)
G# / E#-A#-D (5)
(repeat)


6-3-4-5-b6 progression

A# / E#-A#-C# (6)
E# / D#-G#-B# (3)
F# / E#-A#-C# (4)
G# / D#-G#-B#  or  G# / F#-A#-C# (5)
A / D#-F#-A-B# (b6)
(repeat)
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2008, 07:54:41 AM »
MORE ADVANCED PROGRESSIONS
Key Db

7-3-6 progression

C / Bb-Eb-Gb (7)         C / Bb-Eb-Gb (7)        C / Gb-Bb-Eb (7)         
F / A-Db-Eb-Ab (3)      F / A-C-Eb-Gb (3)       F / Gb-A-C-Eb (3)
Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)         Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)         Bb / F-Bb-Db (6)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                    (repeat)

C / G-Bb-D-F (7)
F / A-Db-Eb-Ab (3)
Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)
(repeat)


2-5-1 progression

Eb / G-Bb-Db-F (2)           Eb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (2)           Eb / G-Bb-Db-Fb (2)
Ab / Gb-Ab-Db-Eb (5)       Ab / Ab-Db-F (5)                Ab / Gb-Bb-C-Fb (5)
Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)         Ab / Gb-Ab-Db-Eb (5)                    OR
Db / F-Ab-Db (1)              Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)           Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Fb (5)
(repeat)                          Db / F-Ab-Db (1)                Db / Cb-F-Bb-Db (1)
                                     (repeat)                                      OR
                                                                            Db / Cb-F-Ab-Db (1)
                                                                            (repeat)

Eb / C-F-A  or  Eb-Db / C-F-A (2)
Ab / Db-Gb-Bb (5)
Db / Db-F-Ab (1)
(repeat)


2-3-4-5-1 progression

Eb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (2)
F / Ab-Db-F (3)
Gb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (4)
Ab / Ab-Db-F (5)
Ab / Gb-Ab-Db-Eb (5)
Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)
Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
(repeat)


7-3-6-2-5-1 progression

C / Bb-Eb-Gb (7)         
F / A-Db-Eb-Ab (3)   
Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)       
Eb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (2)
Ab / Ab-Db-F (5)                 
Ab / Gb-Ab-Db-Eb (5)                       
Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)           
Db / F-Ab-Db (1)             
(repeat)


7-3-6-2-3-4-5-1 progression

C / Bb-Eb-Gb (7)         
F / A-Db-Eb-Ab (3)   
Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)       
Eb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (2)
F / Ab-Db-F (3)
Gb / A-Db-Eb-Gb (4)
Ab / Ab-Db-F (5)
Ab / Gb-Ab-Db-Eb (5)
Ab / Gb-Ab-C-Eb (5)
Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
(repeat)


6-2-5-1 progression

Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)        Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)            Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)         
Eb / G-Db-F (2)          Eb / G-Bb-Db-F (2)         Eb / G-C-E (2)
Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)       Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)          Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)
Db / F-Cb-Eb (1)         Db / F-Ab-Cb-Eb (1)       Db / F-Bb-D (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                       (repeat)                 

Bb / Ab-C-Db-F (6)         Bb / Ab-C-Db-F (6)           
Eb / G-C-Db-F (2)           Eb / G-Bb-Db-F (2)     
Ab / Gb-Bb-Cb-Eb (5)      Ab / Gb-Bb-Cb-Eb (5)         
Db / F-Bb-Cb-Eb (1)        Db / F-Ab-Cb-Eb (1)     
(repeat)                        (repeat)


6-#5-5-1 progression

Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)         Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)        Bb / Ab-C-Db-F (6)
A / G-C-E (#5)            A / G-C-E (#5)          A / G-B-C-E (#5)
Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)       Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)      Ab / Gb-Cb-Eb (5)
Db / F-Cb-Db (1)         Db / F-Bb-D (1)         Db / F-Cb-Eb (1)
(repeat)                     (repeat)                   (repeat)


6-2-5-1-4 progression

Bb / Ab-Db-F (6)           
Eb / G-Db-F (2)     
Ab / Cb-Eb-Gb-Bb (5)     
Db / Cb-Eb-F-Ab (1)  or  Db / Cb-Eb-G-Bb
Gb / Bb-Db-F-Ab (4)
(repeat)


2-1-b7-#5-5 progression

Eb / Db-Gb-Bb (2)             
Db / Eb-Ab-C (1)               
Cb / Fb-A-Db (b7)       
A / Gb-Cb-Eb (#5)       
Ab / Ab-Db-F (5)             
(repeat)                     

Eb / Gb-Bb-Db (2)               
Db / Ab-C-Eb (1)               
Cb / A-Db-Fb (b7)       
A / Cb-Eb-Gb (#5)         
Ab / Db-F-Ab (5)               
(repeat)                         

Eb / Bb-Db-Gb (2)
Db / C-Eb-Ab (1)
Cb / Db-Fb-A (b7)
A / Eb-Gb-Cb (#5)
Ab / F-Ab-Db (5)
(repeat)


4-3-2-3-4-6-2-3 progression

Gb / F-Bb-Db (4)       
F / Eb-Ab-C (3)     
Eb / Db-Gb-Bb (2)     
F / Eb-Ab-C (3)     
Gb / F-Bb-Db (4)     
Bb / Eb-Ab-C (6)     
Eb / Db-Gb-Bb (2)     
F / Eb-Ab-C (3)     
(repeat)               

Gb / Bb-Db-F (4)       
F / Ab-C--Eb (3)     
Eb / Gb-Bb-Db (2)     
F / Ab-C-Eb (3)     
Gb / Bb-Db-F (4)     
Bb / Ab-C-Eb (6)     
Eb / Gb-Bb-Db (2)     
F / Ab-C-Eb (3)     
(repeat)               

Gb / Db-F-Bb (4)       
F / C-Eb-Ab (3)     
Eb / Bb-Db-Gb (2)     
F / C-Eb-Ab (3)     
Gb / Db-F-Bb (4)     
Bb / C-Eb-Ab (6)     
Eb / Bb-Db-Gb (2)     
F / C-Eb-Ab (3)     
(repeat)               


3-4-5-6 progression

F / Dbadd9 (3)     
Gb / Gbadd9 (4)     
Ab / Dbadd9 (5)   
Bb / Gbadd9 (6)     
(repeat)             

F / Eb-F-Ab-Db (3)
Gb / Db-Gb-Ab-Bb (4)
Ab / Db-Eb-F-Ab (5)
Bb / Ab-Bb-Db-Gb (6)
(repeat)


4-4-3-6-5 progression

Gb / Bb-Db-F (4)
Gb / Ab-C-Eb (4)
F / Ab-C-Eb (3)
Bb / Ab-C-Eb (6)
Ab / F-Bb-D (5)
(repeat)


6-3-4-5-#5 progression

Bb / F-Bb-Db (6)
F / Eb-Ab-C (3)
Gb / F-Bb-Db (4)
Ab / Eb-Ab-C  or  Ab / Gb-Bb-Db (5)
A / Eb-Gb-A-Cb (#5)
(repeat)
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #5 on: July 23, 2008, 05:51:45 PM »
Wow!! :o :o

Just shout if you need help mate--U've taken all the work from us, but I'm sure Vonne will be willing to transpose all this to Eb/D# ,Bb/ A# & Ab/ G#.

I think I know some1 who will do it in E/ Fb, B/ Cb & A. ;D
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2008, 07:31:21 PM »
NOW WE TALKIN... BRO YOU KNOW THIS MY KEY... THANKS A BUNCH....

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2008, 10:22:43 PM »
NOW WE TALKIN... BRO YOU KNOW THIS MY KEY... THANKS A BUNCH....

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #8 on: July 24, 2008, 12:36:46 AM »
T-block, you sho know how to write a lot of chords for just a little guy!

Man, you liable to be a Professor in college by the time you turn 8!

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #9 on: July 24, 2008, 11:39:07 AM »
The thread is open to anyone else who wants to contribute.  Just label what ur posting and make sure it's in the key of C#/Db. It can be anything u want, even tips for playing in this particular key is welcomed!!!  ;)
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #10 on: July 24, 2008, 09:49:11 PM »
Hey T-Block I am going to help just give me a few days to try to collect information to give to the people.

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #11 on: July 25, 2008, 08:35:24 AM »
 ;D :) ;D GOD BLESS U T-BLOCK. YOU KNOW THE OLD SAYING "GIVE A MAN A FISH, HE WILL LIVE FOR A DAY, BUT TEACH HIM TO FISH, THANKS MAN. FOR AN UP AND COMING LIKE ME THIS IS MANNA.
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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #12 on: July 25, 2008, 08:49:25 AM »
Some tips for playing in this key:

1. Utilize your 4th finger on your RH.  As a rule of "thumb", anytime I play a chord that ends with a black note, I use my 4th finger to play that last note.  Anytime I play a chord that ends with a white note, I use my pinky to play that last note.  Trust me, putting that 4th finger into play will greatly improve the smoothness and speed of your chords.

2. The white notes.  95% of the time, the white notes in this key will be played by your thumb and pinky.

3. Scales & runs.  Anytime u play a scale or run in this key, if there are any black notes contained (which there most likely will be), u will NOT use your thumb or pinky to play those black notes.  Trust me, those fingers will only get in the way, just save them for the white notes u encounter.  In fact, u probably not gonna use your pinky at all for scales or runs.


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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #13 on: July 27, 2008, 07:22:30 PM »
here is a few chords in the key of Db you can play to use for your chord vocabulary

Key of Db

These are Chords you can play if the bass note is a 1 which is Db

DbAb/CEbFAb
DbAb/CFBb
DbAb/BbEbAb
DbAb/ADbEbAb
DbAbEb/DbFAbDb

These are Chords you can play if the bass note is a 2 which is Eb

EbBbF/GbBbDbF
EbBb/FGbBbDb
EbBb/DbFGbBb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 3 which is F

FCG/AbCEbAb
FC/EbGAbC
FA/EbAbDb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 4 which is Gb

GbDbAb/BbEbFAb
GbDb/FAbBbDb
GbDbGb/FBbDbF
GbDbGb/BbFBb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 5 which is Ab

AbEbBb/CFGbBb
AbEb/FGbBbDb
AbEbBb/GbBbDbAb
AbEbAb/BEbGbBb
AbEbAb/BbBEbGb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 6 which is Bb

BbFC/DbFAbC
BbFBb/AbCDbF
BbFC/AbDbFAb
BbF/AbDbGb
BbFBb/EbAbCEb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 7 which is C

CFC/AbCEbAb
CG/BbEbAb
CE/BbEbAb

these are the chords which is part of the theory of Jamal. Hope this helps

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #14 on: July 27, 2008, 07:36:30 PM »
These are the additional part of the theory which is a part of Jamal

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #1 or b2 which is D

DAbBb/DFAbB
DAbBb/DGbAbDb
DGb/CFBb

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #2 or b3 which is E

EBb/EGbbDb
E/CEAb
EAb/DGC

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #4 or b5 which is G

GDB/FBbEb
GB/FBbEb
GB/FAbBbDb

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #5 or b6 which is A

AEb/ACEbGb
ADb/GCF

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #6 or b7 which is B

BGb/BbDbEbGb
BGb/AbDbGb
BGbDb/EbAbCDb

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #15 on: July 27, 2008, 07:42:07 PM »
here is a few progression you can put in your vocabulary tool box

BbE/BbEbGb
AEb/AbDbF
AbCDbF/AbCEb

Progression 2
AbCDbF/AbCEb
GDb/GbBEb
GbBbBEb/GbBbDb

Progression 3

Bb/AbCDbF
G/FBbBEb
C/BbDEbG
F/ADbEbAb
B/AbCDbEb

progression 4

BbF/AbCDbF
EbG/DbEA

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #16 on: July 27, 2008, 09:32:20 PM »
here is a few chords in the key of Db you can play to use for your chord vocabulary

Key of Db

These are Chords you can play if the bass note is a 1 which is Db

DbAb/CEbFAb
DbAb/CFBb
DbAb/BbEbAb
DbAb/ADbEbAb
DbAbEb/DbFAbDb

These are Chords you can play if the bass note is a 2 which is Eb

EbBbF/GbBbDbF
EbBb/FGbBbDb
EbBb/DbFGbBb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 3 which is F

FCG/AbCEbAb
FC/EbGAbC
FA/EbAbDb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 4 which is Gb

GbDbAb/BbEbFAb
GbDb/FAbBbDb
GbDbGb/FBbDbF
GbDbGb/BbFBb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 5 which is Ab

AbEbBb/CFGbBb
AbEb/FGbBbDb
AbEbBb/GbBbDbAb
AbEbAb/BEbGbBb
AbEbAb/BbBEbGb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 6 which is Bb

BbFC/DbFAbC
BbFBb/AbCDbF
BbFC/AbDbFAb
BbF/AbDbGb
BbFBb/EbAbCEb

These are chords you can play if the bass note is a 7 which is C

CFC/AbCEbAb
CG/BbEbAb
CE/BbEbAb

these are the chords which is part of the theory of Jamal. Hope this helps
These are the additional part of the theory which is a part of Jamal

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #1 or b2 which is D

DAbBb/DFAbB
DAbBb/DGbAbDb
DGb/CFBb

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #2 or b3 which is E

EBb/EGbbDb
E/CEAb
EAb/DGC

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #4 or b5 which is G

GDB/FBbEb
GB/FBbEb
GB/FAbBbDb

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #5 or b6 which is A

AEb/ACEbGb
ADb/GCF

These are the chords you can play if the bass note is either #6 or b7 which is B

BGb/BbDbEbGb
BGb/AbDbGb
BGbDb/EbAbCDb

Hope this helps
here is a few progression you can put in your vocabulary tool box

BbE/BbEbGb
AEb/AbDbF
AbCDbF/AbCEb

Progression 2
AbCDbF/AbCEb
GDb/GbBEb
GbBbBEb/GbBbDb

Progression 3

Bb/AbCDbF
G/FBbBEb
C/BbDEbG
F/ADbEbAb
B/AbCDbEb

progression 4

BbF/AbCDbF
EbG/DbEA

hope this helps
Thank you so much for sharing this JJJoe!!! I'll look over these chords just to make sure that I don't post the same thing that you've already posted. Remain blessed my friend! ;)
Strike while the iron is hot!

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #17 on: July 27, 2008, 09:51:46 PM »
thank you for your compliment it allow me to know that someone really like the post.

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #18 on: July 27, 2008, 10:10:44 PM »
I am going to give a secret to effectively play songs with a different twist and the secret is inversions. Inversion is changing the order of chord arrangement. Now some might be thinking well why should I learn inversion? Inversion gives different avenues in playing- going a different way in either a verus in a song, end of a song, or even in the beginning in a song lets say you are playing a 2-5-1 in the key of Db which is Eb- Ab-Db

Ebminor7
Absus7
Dbmajor7

which is

EbBb/GbBbDb
AbEb/DbEbGb
DbAb/FAbC

now you can invert the order of the chord either this way

BbEb/BbDbGb
EbAb/EbGbDb
AbDb/AbCF

or

EbBb/DbGbBb
AbEb/GbDbEb
DbAb/CFAb

or you can just change just one or two of the order

EbBb/DbGbBb
EbAb/DbEbGb
DbAb/CFAb

the concept of a musician is to make it easier on you and to be different from other musicians. hope this helps.

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Re: Learn Every Key: C#/Db
« Reply #19 on: July 28, 2008, 02:07:48 AM »
These seem to be nice. Have u thought about adding a run to the worship part
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