These minor keys may take a little longer to get used to, but I think that very quickly you will be up and running with some very nice minor key chord progressions.
If you haven't read the Minor Key Chord Progressions PDF tutorial from part one, I suggest you go back and read it so you can follow along with the video with complete understanding.
Not all chord progressions stay completely diatonic, so try not to be confused when you find a chord in one of your favorite chord progressions that just doesn't seem to fit in either your Major or Minor key formulas.
One thing you may find quite frequently in popular music is something called modal borrowing. That basically means that if you are writing a chord progression in A Major, you may borrow at times from the A Minor keys as well. It is a technique used frequently and we will talk more about it eventually, but I just wanted you to be aware of it.
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Minor Key Chord Progressions