We are going to be talking about different kinds of passing chords.
Today is about the chromatic passing chord (although I prefer to call it a chromatic approach chord – and you will see why shortly).
Take a simple pop chord progression like the example below:
To create this passing chord, you approach to destination chord with a chord the same shape/structure/voicing a m2 higher or lower. While you are using to pass in-between two chord, the structure of this passing chord is based on the chord you want to approach onto.
It would look like this, going from above and from below, respectively:
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