At 2/8/13 08:29 PM, wandschrank wrote:
At 2/8/13 08:18 PM, SkyeWintrest wrote:
At 2/8/13 08:01 PM, wandschrank wrote:
In pop:Sorry, you typed that a bit mixed up and forgot a label. I corrected it.
3 stock and repetitive chords > 3000 interesting and original chords.
Anyhow.. You can't appreciate a decent chord if you have 3000 chords. I'm all for the minimalistic approach. :D
Also, it was new to me that pop has chords. I thought it consisted of 3 single notes.
We'll have to agree to disagree on that statement, although I concede that you need to cut down on chord quality when using many chords.
Thing is, though, most of the time, the chords are used to construct a fuller quality to the overall chord structure (Amin7b5 - D7 - Gmin => Gmin/Maj7 w/b13).
In any case, back on topic. I award one Internetz to anyone catching that reference.