Want to learn how to play any chord on the piano?
There are 2 unique techniques that are used to play any chord that you could ever imagine.
And all you need is a formula!
In the video below I share 2 special techniques that are used to play any chord, in any key on the piano.
The 2 techniques are:
1. Interval Stacking
2. Number Stacking
These two methods are used to play and construct any chord under the sun.
All you need is a formula that look a little something like this 1+3+5
This formula is used to play any major chord on the piano.
Watch the video now to learn how to use these 2 techniques to play any chord on the piano.
Here are the formulas you need...
Interval Stacking Formulas:
Major Chord: Root + Major 3rd + Perfect 5th
Minor Chord: Root + Minor 3rd + Perfect 5th
Diminished Chord: Root + Minor 3rd + Tritone
Augmented Chord: Root + Major 3rd + Minor 6th
Number Stacking Formulas:
Major Chord: 1 + 3 + 5
Minor Chord: 1 + b3 + 5
Diminished Chord: 1 + b3 + b5
Augmented Chord: 1 + 3 + #5
You can use either of these formulas to build and play the chords in any key on the piano.
If you are looking for more help, check out Mastering Basic Piano Chords NOW!
This course shows you exactly how to use both methods to build the most common chords used in all of music and will get you playing chords and songs in not time!