The Disappearance of Key Changes in Modern Music
Rick Beato Rick Beato
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 Published On Dec 8, 2022

In recent years, the use of key changes in music has decreased significantly, leading to a more monotonous and predictable sound. This lack of tonal variation has made many popular songs uninteresting and unengaging. In this video, we explore how the disappearance of key changes has contributed to the current state of music.

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