Justin Spence shows you how to record your first song using the AudioBox Studio, which includes the AudioBox USB interface, HD7 Headphones, M7 Microphone, an…
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  1. I ve seen many POOR TUTORIAL. This guy does a damm good job
    making it all CLEAR to understand everything STEP by STEP going
    at an EASY PACE. Thx uploader!

  2. HurricaneRocker007

    @Radicdj well remove the 7 chord because its a diminished which is kind of
    not a pop music chord

  3. I’m 15 and I wrote a few songs and have uploaded them to my channel and it
    would mean so much to me if I could get some feed back on them 🙂 (PS, I’m
    not trying to spam at all, I would just really like some feedback from you

  4. so you can start in any chord you want and go to any other chord? You can
    do whatever you want as long as you stay in key?

  5. i—iiΦ—V—i—VI—iv—i—viiº—i Anyone know if this is the correct
    progression for Bach’s D Minor Chaconne (solo violin)? I think they’re all
    triads — no sevenths? Correct? Anyway, it’s a nice progression to practice
    in all keys around the cycle.

  6. I have a hard time playing on a keyboard. I feel a lot more creative when
    I’m playing on an actual piano. Are you the same way with this or am I just

  7. Yes, C major, however any of these chords can be used in any scale as long
    as they fit in the scale. you can also use these same progressions (ex.
    1-5-6-4) in any key, as long as you make the root of the key the ‘1’ and do
    the simple math to figure out the other scale degrees in the key….It’s
    reallly rreally easy..once you learn it of course haha…

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