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Transposing Loops

  1. Learn a I IV V chord progression
  2. Transpose regions to reflect chord changes
  3. Get and idea of what can be transposed
  4. How far should a loop be transposed

Transposing Loops

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
    • Using Loops
  • Learn a I IV V Chord Progression 1:10
    • Chord It's Based Off Of
  • Transpose Regions to Reflect Chord Changes 3:18
    • Example: Alter 3rd Region to be 4-Chord
    • Pitch / Transpose Feather of Editing
  • Get An Idea of What Can Be Transposed 4:08
    • Example
  • How Far A Loop Should Be Transposed 10:42
    • Example
    • Review