G7#5b9 Db9 ExamplE4 TriTone harmonic conversion To
This example uses the information from Example 1d in a II-V-I-VI progression.
II-bII-I. 7#5b9 Again Bar 1 shows the standard II-V-I move; bar 3 shows The is of3ten used as a melodic minor ‘altered V’ chord, so also try moving the top note of the tritone substitute chord in bar 5 to make it D 9#11 (G on top), or even a D 13 (B on top). Same again in Bar 8: E 9#11 or E 13 etc, to give different top note voice leading from melodic minor harmony. Groovy!