Discussion in 'Production' started by alaska, Oct 22, 2012.
B flat minor > A flat major > E flat major, but you'll need to do an inversion of sorts to get the exact same progression.
In midi, top line goes D flat, C, Eb (centred around C5 on the keyboard)
In the octave above C4 it goes F, E flat, G
In the octave above C2 it goes B flat, A flat, E flat
That's the strings I'm talking about, the piano plays the top line and maybe the bottom line but the bottom line sounds mangled
I may be missing something but that's what I can figure out
I think now would be an appropriate time to bring up the old "neeeh, you don't need theory mate, if it sounds good it is good"
Thanks. Can you tell what instruments are playing aside from the piano in the beginning?
I know strings obviously, but I can't tell whether it's a combination of violin, cello, alto bass?
On a kind of side note I'm having trouble writing a counter melody (2:16) to the first melody (1:17) like in the song above. Any advice? Are they in the same scale?
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