How to make sad songs in a Major key (video)

Writing a sad song in a Major key can make for even more of an impact than you can create when working in Minor.

The Major key is associated with a light, bouncy sound. It’s the “happy” progression. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be used for the opposite effect, and it packs even more of a punch than you might be able to create working in the classic “sad” key of Minor.

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