Asked • 06/05/19

How can you tell the chords of a piece of music if you can only hear bass and melody?

How can you tell the chords of a piece of music if you can only hear bass and melody? There are a lot of possibility that it can be more than a single chord..Also, would be better like this.. To have a bass, melody and vocals without strumming the chords on guitar or playing block chords on piano? Because to me it sound dull and boring sometimes if you write a song like this..but in the same time it feels there is no runaway from that because I always feel like something is missing when I don't play the block chords!

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Chris B. answered • 06/10/19

Highly Motivated Music Teacher Specializing in Percussion and Voice

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