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Re: progressions with both minor and major of same chord

If you are in minor, it's easy to modulate into major using the subdominant. For instance, in D-minor:

Dm (individual notes: D, F, A)
Gm (D, G, B-flat)
D (D, F#, A)

Just don't overuse it.

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