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21: What Next

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Lesson 21: What Next

This article gives options for where to go next now that you know major scales and major and minor triads.

To benefit from this article, you should know:
If you want to create chord progressions for your own songs, then you'll want to understand keys; go to Lesson 22: Keys.

If you want to read music or study creating melodies, then start learning about written notes in Lesson 31: Treble Staff. This is also the path toward arranging, learning by ear, and improvising.

If you're wondering:
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1: Introduction
2: Practicing Songwriting
3: Pitch Names
4: Letters Game
5: Sharps & Flats
6: Half-Steps
7: Whole-Steps
8: Steps Game
9: Scales
10: Major Scale 1-2-3
11: Major 1-2-3 Games
12: Major Scale 1-5
13: Major 1-5 Games
14: Chords: Major Triads
15: Major Triad Games
16: Minor Triads
17: Minor Triad Games
18: Major Scale 1-8
19: Major Scale Games
20: Scales Above 8
21: What Next
22: Keys
23: Roman Numeral Chords
24: Diatonic Triads
25: Using Diatonics
26: Tonic Function
27: Subdominant & Dominant
28: Diatonic Function Analysis
29: 7th Chords
30: 7ths Games
31: Treble Staff
32: Treble Staff Game
33: Melody: Chord Tones
34: Pitch & Frequency

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