How Chords and Scales are Related ? MUSIC THEORY18:13

  • 13,933 views

How Chords and Scales are Related ? MUSIC THEORY

by | Sep 12, 2018 | MUSIC THEORY, piano theory

How Chords and Scales are Related ? MUSIC THEORY

In this music theory tutorial made by Walk That Bass, the teacher answers the following questions:

How are chords and scales related?
Why can you use multiple scales over a single chord?
Why do certain scales sound good over certain chords?

He shows you that chords and scales are actually the same thing. Or more accurately, fully extended chord (extended up to the 13th) is it’s own diatonic scale.

MY OPINION

A very nice tutorial for understanding a simple concept that can make you save up a lot of time for learning scales and chords later.

Follow Walk That Bass

You can support and follow Walk That Bass by clicking on the buttons below :



Follow CommunicaSOUND

You can support this website by liking CommunicaSOUND on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram. CommunicaSOUND selects only the best free tutorials for learning music theory, instruments and music production.

If you find this website useful, you would be awesome to spread the word to your musician friends. Peace

MORE MUSIC THEORY & GUITAR TUTORIALS ?

We have other free useful music theory and guitar tutorials on the website. Just click on the tutorial you want to watch ! Enjoy 🙂

The Very First Piano Lesson – PIANO FOR BEGINNERS

Watch this tutorial

PIANO TUTORIAL – How to Play Boogie Woogie

Watch this tutorial

PIANO TUTORIAL – Herbie Hancock Chord Voicing – Minor 11th Chord Piano

Watch this tutorial

MUSIC THEORY – Inharmonicity and Octave Stretching

Watch this tutorial

PIANO THEORY – Piano & Symmetry

Watch this tutorial

JAZZ PIANO TUTORIAL – Improvisation – Guide Tones

Watch this tutorial

PIANO TUTORIAL – Walking Bass Line (ii – V – I)

Watch this tutorial

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY OF PRODUCERS, MUSICIANS & DJs

CommunicaSOUND selects the best free tutorials for learning music production and gives you the best tips to improve your musical knowledge.

Go To Facebook