Jeff Schneider – Very Sick Chords Vol. 1 (MIDI)


Publisher: Jeff Schneider
Website: Jeff Schneider
Format: MIDI – PDF
Quality: 24 bit 48 kHz stereo


Description: Do you want your chords to sound so painful, so smooth and silky, so good and crunchy that you and your listeners have a constant smelly face? *
If so, then Sick Chords Vol. 1 is definitely for you.
Seriously, much of what makes JAZZ, R&B, NEO SOUL and GOSPEL music great is not in chord progression or music theory, but in the voices themselves.

Content :
This collection of voicing will make simple chord progressions sound amazing and complex chord progressions sound as slick as when folks like Robert Glasper, Cory Henry, and, dare I say, Jeff Schneider, lay it down real good. Not much else to say here except that this collection of voicing is truly inspiring and will take your music to the next level. Enjoy!
Sick Chords Vol. 1 consists of 1,548 voicings across 144 pages of musical notation, complete with note names and chord symbols. That’s right, you don’t actually need to know how to read music to play these chords, and you don’t have to know music theory to use them when composing, reharmonizing, or playing through tunes.
Here’s the breakdown of what’s included:
– 21 major seventh voicings, including variations with extensions like 9ths, # 11ths, and 13ths.
– 80 dominant seventh voicings, including variations with extensions like 9ths, b9ths, # 9ths, # 11ths, 13ths, and b13ths
– 28 minor seventh voicings, including variations with extensions like 9ths, 11ths, and 13ths
– Each voicing transposed into all 12 keys
– MIDI files of the chords for easy entry into your DAW or music notation software


 

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