Chord Progressions and Sharps/Flats
Am so confused about the basic steps to forming a chord progression in any song.
I also heard that sharp means forward movement whilst flat on the other hand also means to move backward.
Does this also draw a conclusion to the fact that there is F-Flat and E-Sharp which renders the some of the white keys also bearing the black's name? ANSWER
First let's clear up the confusion about sharps and flats:
A sharp is defined as 1/2 step up. A flat is 1/2 step down. A half step is the distance from one note to the very next note, be it white to black, black to white or white to white.
The note "E#" is one half step up from E--which happens to be another white key. The white key that we know as "F" is also sometimes known as "E#". The case of "Fb" is exactly the same idea--one half step down from "F" is the white key that we know as "E", which in this case is "Fb"
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