The fragility scheme

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The fragility scheme

Has anyone tried the fragility color scheme? Is it any useful?

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yep. it's great for pop songwriting. i found it invaluable for fixing some of my songs. chords were simply boring and i could fix that.

they have recently added a new section to the manual, explaining how this color scheme is used:

"Fragility: Chord progressions that feature chords four notes away from each other form a strong progression (close neighbors in the circle of fifth), and should be featured in a chorus. Other chord progressions form weak ("fragile") progressions, and can be featured more in a verse. Strong changes are visualized bright while the weak ones are dark."

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