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Chord Family In The Key of A Minor

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In this tutorial we'll add the D minor chord to the arsenal, and then explore what it sounds like when we combine it with the A minor and E minor chords. Once again, the most important thing to get from this tutorial is to learn the D minor chord and practice switching between that and two of the most common chord shapes that are used along with it: A minor and E minor. As an extra bonus, we'll also get into our chord relationships and our metaphor, and we'll even play the song from the previous tutorial in a minor key, which you'll see makes for quite a dramatic and fun change.

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Chord Family In The Key of A Minor