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Sibelius 6 has a lot of cool updates. Unboxings are when you open up a product for the first time and video tape it for others to see. Here we have a number of Sibelius Music Programs… for YOU! That’s … Continue reading
The Crab Drill is the idea of making your hands walk up and down the guitar similar to how a crab would do it. This purpose is to fool your brain into doing patterns that its not used to performing. … Continue reading
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Augmented and Diminished Chords allow you to create tension in your music. Rather than simply using Major and Minor triads, you can flatten the third, or fifth intervals, and create ‘movement ‘ in your chords. Tension leads to release, and … Continue reading
Modulation is the idea of changing keys in a song. Learn more here!
All those weird symbols in Music Explained! This is from my Revision 3 Beta Show which is along side the Revision 3 Networks channels.
No more Guitar. I found my true passion: The paper. Ever since I first played the paper I instantly felt connected. Its like a weight was lifted off my shoulders. This is where I belong. I remember where I almost … Continue reading
Inversions in music are the idea of ‘flipping’ two notes around. So in stead of the intervals from C to G (which is 5 notes away – C D E F G) you simply invert that creating an interval from … Continue reading
In a C Major Scale you have the notes C D E F G A B C. In this video I explain the use of notes in reference to the Key Signature they are in. So for example the note … Continue reading
Triplets are the concept of fitting “3 notes in the space of two”. So in a measure of 4/4, we all know that quarter notes get the beat. As a result, there would be 2 eighth notes for every beat. … Continue reading
Let’s look at the graph below: Key Signatures can get tricky. Asking this question is like saying in math “why not have just a plus sign (+) instead of both a plus (+) and minus sign (-)” Well, truth is, … Continue reading
A lot of my students have trouble playing piano with both of their hands. The trick is to slow down the music to the point that your hands are playing together – even if its EXTREMELY slow and boring. Too … Continue reading
Basic Intervals in music allow you to understabd chord strcutires and nthe realtive distance between notes. Why is this important? Because its everything that music revolves around – notes! Let’s base this off of the ‘C’ Major Scale: C D … Continue reading