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Saturday, October 06, 2012


A Horror Chord Progression:

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:wtf:I have prepared a horror song for my album, so can anyone help me out figuring the most dangerous and horror Chord Progression (Combination)..??:grrr:
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Virtuosofreak wrote on Oct 28th, 2012 2:21am

Try out different power chords. But don't stay within just root-fifth interval(the most-common power chord).
Try out different intervals. Like: diminished 5th,4th,diminished 4th,diminished 2nd,major/minor 3rd,6th,7th.
Also try out the "slash chords", like D/F#,F/Cm,and so on. In yaour case,to make kinda "horror" chords,you need to,at least,partly employ dissonant chords. seek out stuff,and eventually - you wiill do it.


001Shubham wrote on Jul 22nd, 2014 6:16am

Use tritones,,,,,and they sound good in drop and play some powerchords ...


Radeet wrote on Aug 18th, 2014 4:23pm

just like shubham said, use drop D and try this power chord combinatiin : G-C-D-B

or if you wanna do some acoustic horror :
standar tunning
|-------3------------3-----|---3-----------3----- ---|
|---------0------------0---|-------0-----------0- ---|
|------------0------------0|----------0---------- -0-|
|----------------------------|------------------- -------|
|---------------3-----------|-5------------2----- ----|
|-3-------------------------|-------------------- ------|

ps: sorry for my poor tab, i used my phone to made it :p


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