Chord Changing Methods by Rockmaster

Chord Changing Methods by Rockmaster

Learn several chord changing methods for Rock Style (Right-Hand Chords) and Standard (Left-Hand Chords) Methods

Chord Changing Methods

Rock Style Piano Methods

Standard Piano Methods

If you are a beginner please start with Formula 1.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 1: Relative Chord Method
or Interval Method

This is the Relative Chord method. It is a rock style chord changing method.
There is very little hand movement and is very good for beginners.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 2: Anchor Method

This is the Anchor method. It is a rock style chod changing method.
This method offers full voicing for chords.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 3: Skipped White Keys Method

This is the Skipped White Keys method.
This method can be used on the right hand or the left hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 3L: Skipped White Keys Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 4: Gender Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 4L: Gender Method
Left-hand chords

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 5: do-re-mi Method

This method can be used on the left hand or the right hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand.

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 5L: do-re-mi Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 6: so-la Method

This method can be used on the left hand or the right hand.
This is a good method for those who want to play solo piano
by playing chords on the left hand and melody on the right hand

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 6L: so-la Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 7L: Triad Substitution Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 8L: Tonic Root Method
Left-Hand Chords

Advanced Chord Changing Methods

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 9: Chord Inversion Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 10: Chord Locator Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 11: Moving Anchor Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 12: BMT Method

Rockmaster Chord Change Formula 13: Circle Of Fifths Method

How to use the Circle Of Fifths (5ths) in chord changing

 

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