Video: Write Chords like Lorde, Coldplay & Radiohead with the Mixolydian Mode
In the tutorial above, Tom sits down to show you how to use the mixolydian mode to come up with super cool Chord Progressions and Melodies. So many different artists use this mode, that has a lot of tension, but also the sweet relief of the major third.
Tutorial Table of Contents:
- 00:50 Lorde example
- 03:23 Mixolydian mode
- 07:10 Starting to write a chord progression in Mixolydian
- 15:33 Playing the chord progression
- 15:43 Writing a short and simple melody
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Keywords: Writing Chords like Lorde, Coldplay, The Verge in mixolydian mode.