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Hey again everyone Probably a stupid question but I would appreciate an answer. I think maybe this is just a case of using your ear, but if there is some theory behind it it would cool to be pointed in the right direction. When I write chord progressions I stick with the diatonic chords and use chromatic chords when I want something "out there" However i have recently been listening to this piece and have noticed the chords don't seem to be based on a scale, but it all flows very well. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OSjxWJuuqQ For 0:00 - 0:18 it's alternating between D and Am At 0:22 it goes to Bb Then at 0:25 it goes at Gm Finally at 0:29 it goes to D There isn't a scale with all these chords, yet they work incredibly well. The melody also seems to change into different scales but it still sounds incredibly fluid, no note sticks out. I would love to be able to doing something like this, but like I said when I do anything outside of he scale I'm either the chords or the melody stick out more than I would like. Looking at the chords above, is there a reason (probably really obvious :headwall: ) they flow so well with the melody? Thanks for your time, this forum has been a great help for me.