Friday, October 23, 2015

Modal Interchange

Hi! As always, put your answers below or as comments on the video. Let's get started!

1) Identify the borrowed chord in each of these examples:

2) Here are some progressions with no modal interchange. Try to spice them up by exchanging one chord with a borrowed chord from a parallel mode. There are no wrong answers here, but try playing them for yourself if you can to see if your additions sound good to you.

3) Discuss how modal interchange sounds to you. Do you like the idea? Do you like the sound? Experiment with it on an instrument if you can. Are there specific chords you really like borrowing? Specific progressions that sound especially cool to you? There are no wrong answers, just play around with it and see what works for you.

And that's that! Write your answers in the comments below or on the video, and we'll see you next week!

1 comment:

  1. 1. Borrowed chord is Gb

    2. Borrowed chord is F

    3. Borrowed chord is C