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A lot of times, when referring to an interval, people will refer to it as a Number instead of the actual note. The example is that A B C# D E F# can be written as 1 2 3 4 … Continue reading
This is similar to my How to Read Music tutorial. I get a lot of questions regarding note durations. The idea is that the flag is what tells you how long you should play a note. In addition, the note … Continue reading
So I was on Thinkgeek the other day to buy a key/screwdriver/bottle opener thing and was having a blast looking through the site when all of a sudden – the PAYPAL button didn’t work :( Oh Noes! They joked with … Continue reading
This video was the idea of Rana. She’s amazing ;) So basically, we took cupcakes and drew different music durations notes throughout. Then we used duck tape to make a treble clef on my table, and we placed the cupcakes … Continue reading
Looks like I’m going to start teaching music while I’m walking the streets. Which is Awesome! I’m so excited that I finally own the newest iPhone 3gs release from Apple. I have been amazed by this phone for the past … Continue reading
Barre Chords (sometimes called Bar Chords) are when you use one finger (mainly your pointer finger) to completely ‘bar’ the guitar’s fretboard. There are 2 types of Barre Chords: Partial and Full. A partial Barre chord is when you don’t … Continue reading
4/4 means there’s 4 quarter notes per measure. 6/8 means there’s 6 eighth notes per measure. This video explains the difference between the two and how these ‘Time Signatures’ are similar.
As of May 14, 2009 AOL Music is still the biggest Music website. in the world with over 27 million listeners. Meanwhile MySpace is in a close second. This raises an interesting point – is Myspace dead? Hardly.
Today, Twitter did the dumbest thing ever, and took away @Replies from people. Then finally, after the community uproar decided to retract their steps and bring it back. As a marketing and social media guy specializing in music, I always … Continue reading
To learn more about NYC Revision 3 events go here In this picture David Chaitt (@Chaitters), Jon Accarrino (@Accarrino), Jim Louderback (@JLouderb), me, Anthony Perry (ajperry74), and Daniel Delaney. Last night I hosted my first Revision3 meetup. It was at … Continue reading
Epic. Enjoy :)
When you’re trying to ‘break the cycle’ and learn new scales (or memorize ones) then its easy to learn them by skipping strings. This is because you use different permutations while skipping strings, which forces you to learn them quicker. … Continue reading
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This is similar to the Circle of Fifths. Watch above and learn!