I'v been posting a few hubs called Music Theory for Beginners in which I explain music theory without assuming that the reader knows anything about it.
If anyone has any theory-related questions, or is just up for a general music related chat, message me and I'll be happy to reply.
nice, looked at your hubs.
I don't know much about theory, but love music.
there's a hubber time_spiral who is into music also, never enters the forums though.
are you going to teach music?
Sure I'll teach what I can and whatever people want to know. I've been playing bass guitar for about eight years, and I'm currently studying for a degree in popular music performance.
Thanks for the reference, time_spiral looks like quite a dramatic feller. I'll check him out.
I have taught piano for years. I love music theory. I will check out your hubs.
I checked out your hub. If someone does not have any knowledge or understanding of music theory, it may be difficult for them to understand your hub. I think it would be more enlightening for a beginner if you included a few diagrams or photos to make it a little easier to assimilate what you are trying to communicate. The diagrams and photos can make your hub more attractive too. This is my humble opinion. I hope it helps you.
Hi Create-a-page, thanks for the advice, I'll look into it!
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