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 First, let’s click the Chord Rules Editor tab, and then the “New Rules” button. First, let’s click the Chord Rules Editor tab, and then the “New Rules” button.
  
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 Next, name your New Rule... for this example, let’s call this “Fave Chords”, then hit Enter. Now click the plus sign that is underneath the “Ends with” text. This plus sign adds a chord to the “from” column (leftmost column). Clicking this will bring up two red “?” buttons, one in the “from” column, and one in the “to” row. Double-click the button on the left, and put a capital i (I) in the “Enter Chord Name” box, and hit Enter. Why Chord I? It’s always good to start with Chord I. Most chord progressions start with Chord I. Next, name your New Rule... for this example, let’s call this “Fave Chords”, then hit Enter. Now click the plus sign that is underneath the “Ends with” text. This plus sign adds a chord to the “from” column (leftmost column). Clicking this will bring up two red “?” buttons, one in the “from” column, and one in the “to” row. Double-click the button on the left, and put a capital i (I) in the “Enter Chord Name” box, and hit Enter. Why Chord I? It’s always good to start with Chord I. Most chord progressions start with Chord I.
  
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 Now, here’s where your probability comes into play. You’ll need to put a handful of chords after Chord I, because Chord I truly can go anywhere. Double-click the other “?” button, and put IV in the box, then hit Enter. Move the slider all the way to the right..... hit the plus sign, and repeat... and repeat.. and repeat... using different chords, all to your liking. Let’s speed up this process: Now, here’s where your probability comes into play. You’ll need to put a handful of chords after Chord I, because Chord I truly can go anywhere. Double-click the other “?” button, and put IV in the box, then hit Enter. Move the slider all the way to the right..... hit the plus sign, and repeat... and repeat.. and repeat... using different chords, all to your liking. Let’s speed up this process:
  
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 As you add more and more chords to the horizontal row (this row is “To This Chord”), you’ll see that some chord boxes/​buttons turn red. This could mean one of two things--- As you add more and more chords to the horizontal row (this row is “To This Chord”), you’ll see that some chord boxes/​buttons turn red. This could mean one of two things---