For an explanation on Harmonization see

Download This Midi File on Scale Voicings.

The data file is in Midi Format. If you want to see the notes displayed on the piano keys use a program like Midiculus or MidiIllustrator. Your DAW might display them depending on which one you use.

The file contains several different methods of harmonizing a scale. The keys dealt with are; C, F, Bb, Eb, D, G, Db, and Gb. Each scale has the following harmonization technique; 1.Single line, 2.Sixths, 3.Close position, Melody doubled, 4..Drop-2 (2nd voice is dropped an octave), 5.Flat-nine (or diminished a half-step above), 6.Voicings in 4ths., 7.Ascending, 8.Tenths, 9.Diatonic and diminished approach. This lesson ultimately leads to harmonizing melodies in a locked hand approach.

These are the Techniques used by great pianists such as Oscar Peterson, George Shearing, & many more...... Njoy
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