Members Annoying Twit Posted April 20, 2010 Members Share Posted April 20, 2010 I thought the other chord game was going to be something quite different from what it was. So, I'll try to start the game I thought it was going to be and see what happens. In this game, each person adds a new chord to a chord progression. Each person who adds a chord can add as many repeats of either the previous chord or their own chord as they like. E.g. Someone might start with: C / / / And then the next person might add: C / / / _ Am / The next person might add: C / / / _ Am / / / _ F / The next person might add: C / / / _ Am / / / _ F / Dm7 / and so on. The game ends when we have a 16 bar chord progression. Note that I've added underscores between bars to make the progression easier to read. Anyone up for this? Some rules could be that the person who starts chooses the time signature, but no decision is made for key other than what happens when people start adding chords. No need to stay in the same key, modulations are possible. People who add chords copy and paste the progression so far to keep it easy to read. Here's my start in 4/4. C / (Couldn't be simpler) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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