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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
Learning scales can be difficult. There are a few tricks to going about and speeding up the process. Understand that there are also Modes, too. You’ll be happy to learn that all the chords you know, as well as the … 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
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Notice the double Flat 7th interval – this is the only difference between a Diminished and a Half Diminished Chord. What are Half Diminished Chords? Half Diminished Chord are built on this harmony: R b3, b5, b7. So in the … 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
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There are times during a gig when you can’t talk, or the crowd is too loud. So what do you do if you have to communicate? You use Hand Signs. This practice refers to the Circle Of Fifths. Fingers pointing … Continue reading
This is from my week 14 of my Revision 3 show! Music is a universal language. In this video I explain how to apply the notes from guitar to piano. reading music is easier than people make it out to … Continue reading
Hello world! My name is James Dellay, some of you may see me around with the handle Jamesonwa or Jamesontop. My life has been dramatically changed just by picking up the theory and the understanding of music. I thought I … Continue reading
OK, so yesterday I wrote a post about the Modes in music. Think of the modes as being a simple loaf of bread. Now… cut that loaf into 7 separate slices, and imagine every slice being a mode. If you … Continue reading
Are Major And Minor Arpeggios The Same