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Thanks Mike.
I never heard of this chart and it's not mentioned in my "Newbies" book.
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Mike, that is a very interesting way to learn a little music theory. Do you know if you can purchase that chart?


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Originally Posted By: MarioD
Do you know if you can purchase that chart?

Mario, If you find you can't purchase it, you can do a DuckDuckGo search. There are many renditions available.
Here is one.

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chord substitution and more



Borrowed chords



Using Tonnetz Tone Mesh To Understand Jazz Harmony
https://jazz-library.com/articles/tonnetz/

An image search for Tonnetz chart will Yield lots of sources For images most of which can be purchased


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Originally Posted By: MarioD
Do you know if you can purchase that chart?

Mario, If you find you can't purchase it, you can do a DuckDuckGo search. There are many renditions available.
Here is one.


Thanx. I would love to find a laminated chart like the one you posted. I'll keep looking.


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I would also. This chart makes perfect sense to me. I found one on Amazon.

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This is very interesting and makes alot of sense to me.

Here is a link to a large paper copy: https://www.redbubble.com/i/photographic-print/Tonnetz-a-visual-representation-of-chords-and-scales-by-goodmoodgroup/44559618.Y8UA9

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Originally Posted By: DebMurphy
I would also. This chart makes perfect sense to me. I found one on Amazon.

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Deb, where did you find it on Amazon? I have searched there and found nothing.


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Crazy, how is it I have NEVER heard of or seen this Tonnetz Tone Mesh? crazy


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I sent you a PM. Hope it helps.

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Curiously, I've not been aware of Tonnetz, but I'm well aware of "Harmonic Table" which appears to be much the same thing.

There are even keyboards, though how well (or even if) they handle touch sensitivity I don't know.

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Originally Posted By: DebMurphy
I would also. This chart makes perfect sense to me. I found one on Amazon.

...Deb

Deb, why don't you post what you found so all can see?
This can't be proprietary or personal in any way, can it?


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Not sure what the rules are for advertising another product.

Just go to amazon and look up "Tonnetz". Without the quotes. Without the word "chart".

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Originally Posted By: DebMurphy
Not sure what the rules are for advertising another product.

Just go to amazon and look up "Tonnetz". Without the quotes. Without the word "chart".

...deb



Deb is correct. I was using the word chart and I could not find it but just using Tonnetz I did find it, thanx to Deb!


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They are all here, plus more and more and more and more.

Free signup.

https://www.songwriter.studio/

Tonnetz is in Harmony Category. Go to Bottom.

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