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Triad Pairs

TRAID PAIRS I II
Triad pairs make pretty patterns that can make good sense and stretch over more than a couple of measures. The idea is to pick two traids from a scale that don't repeat notes. Usually that's done by choosing two a whole tone apart. Interestingly you can deliberately choose a triad that falls a little outside the tonality. At least for one note. Eg: In C major - Lets mix up C-Major and D-Major, even though a D-minor triad would have all it's notes in the scale of C major. D-major triad has an F-sharp! This not is the tri-tone or blues note and makes a pretty colour.
TRAID PAIRS I II

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