This week on the GuitarBlog we'll work through two basic methods that a practicing guitarist can transpose a melody.
The lesson begins with a simple position shifting approach that works quickly and is easily to move any melodic idea from one key into another.
The position shifting approach operates entirely upon the geometrical shape of the scale and how that geometry can behave in order to shift intervals in a complete and uniform manner from one key into another.
Afterward, we'll move on to a more complex approach based upon shifting a melody strictly by using the key signature information and it's related intervals.
Plus, we'll add to that and take things a step further by pushing the entire transposed part into a new octave range. Enjoy the lesson!
Basic Melodic Transposing
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