Playing electric guitar, especially when considering rock music as a genre means learning to play both notes and chords even when it comes to rhythm guitar. This is to help you get started on both.
How to use inverted triads in common-practice four-part writing. Learn to write tonic, dominant and subdominant in first inversion--these explanations, illustrations, and practice examples make it easy! (Follows a...
Learning how to read music is an essential first step when learning a musical instrument. This guide covers the basics including note names, note durations, bars (measures), clefs and time signatures.
Is there an easy way to remember the order of sharps and flats in music? There is. Read more to find out exactly how to do it.
I'm a third-year college student and sing in an a cappella group at my school. (If you're interested, check us out at www.batestakenote.com)! I started arranging last year and just love doing it--the group benefits from...
Musicians and music teachers occasionally need to include music symbols in written material that is prepared in a computer's word processing program. Watch out for frustration when the symbols are hard to find! But...
An introduction to the Mixolydian mode and its uses in various types of music.
Diagrams and easy to follow text that will help musicians learn to read music whether as a singer or instrumentalist.
What are cadences in music and why do we need them? Find out their function and how they work by reading the full article.
Learn how to build major scales with correct naming of notes.