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Arpeggio Study #1
One way to outline a chord progression is simply to arpeggiate. Sticking only to "closed" arpeggios limits your expressive options, so this example uses both closed and open arpeggios. (FYI: Closed triad and seventh-chord arpeggios use only notes within an octave; open arpeggios displace the notes in the arpeggio, stretching them out beyond an octave).
This example is in 3/4, although the line-builder pretty much ignores this, putting it into 4/4. It begins in G-minor, but contains a few accidentals (notes outside the scale) to make things interesting.