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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
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
Hi! I just had a question about Eighth Rests. I am trying to learn how to play The Portrait from the Titanic, and there are a lot of Eighth Rests directly above another note. What does that mean, and what … Continue reading
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This video is from my weekly Revision3 Show The Alto Clef falls in between the Bass and Treble Clef. So if you think of Treble as being High in pitch, and Bass as low in pitch, then think of Alto … Continue reading
We know what Sharps and Flats are – not let’s decode Double Sharps and Double Flats. Look at the picture below: The Double Sharp is the “X” symbol next to the quarter note. The “bb” symbol is the double flat. … 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.
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
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
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If you were learning a new language (like Spanish, French, etc.) it would take you a few months to be able to speak it. The thing is that reading music is ALSO a language. So don’t expect to understand it … Continue reading
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