Chord Tone Sudoku Part 3

 

Chord Tone Sudoku part 3 is here!  I basically pick up where I left off with Chord Tone Sudoku 2, but this time I’m applying the CTS principle to the Dominant 7th chord.  I’m also highlighting another technique called ‘octave displacement’ which enables you to voice lead your arpeggios when transitioning from one chord to the next, while creating a nice angular effect to your bass lines.

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