Here we go, the full 4 note arpeggio for a minor ii-V-i in Cm.
As I said before, Fm6 is the same as Dm7b5. It's just an inversion.
However, it's a whole other way of thinking about melodies if you're thinking Fm instead of Ddim.
The exercise is the same as yesterday only now we have a note extra in our arpeggio.
We start each new round with the next note of the arpeggio and keep going in the same
direction when changing chords.
I did however choose to jump to triad notes only when going to the Cm. So I don't jump into the "A" on Cm.
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