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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
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
In my show you’ll notice I use the Trademark 30 amplifier and their assortment of pedals. The other day I visited Tech 21 and was met by Dale Krevens and Andrew Barta, long time sponsors of my show! My show … Continue reading
All those weird symbols in Music Explained! This is from my Revision 3 Beta Show which is along side the Revision 3 Networks channels.
Watch this in order to understand the basic principles of Intervals. An interval is the difference between 2 notes. As a result, when you play a chord, you’re actually playing a series of intervals that create a triad, seventh chord, … Continue reading
What are the differences between Bass and Guitar? Bass has 4 strings (E A D G), Guitar has 6 strings (E A D G B E) Bass is tuned 2 Octaves lower than Guitar Guitar usually plays chords, whereas Bass … Continue reading
What is a Mode? A mode is a full scale, but starting and ending on any note within a scale. Its’ purpose is to create its own unique sound and emotion. Every mode has its’ own sound. Just as I … Continue reading
I notice guitar players CONSTANTLY trying to go big. The truth is, that a lot of times going softer is more effective and powerful than simply turning the dynamics on full blast. But this is true for ALL aspects of … Continue reading
What is Solfege? Solfege is referring to the notes in a scale an intervallic name. Have you heard of ‘Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do’? Well – that’s Solfege! So instead of referring to the note C in … Continue reading
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