Did you know that music can affect everything you do throughout your average day? Or that music can affect the healing process? How about the way you shop or how long you shop for? Lets explore how!
A few guitar chords that are simple enough for beginners as well as three chords small children will find easy to play. Some fun variations on video show certain chords to enhance your playing as well
An audio-visual introduction to chord inversions. Learn how inverting chords changes their character and hear some situations where inverted chords are used in chord progressions.
The first of Doc's series on part-writing seventh chords: clear explanations and interactive exercises to help you master the essential skill of part-writing the dominant seventh chord.
This article contains some basic musical terms and explanations. Understanding these words will be valuable in this course (and in the rest of your life!) as you learn more about how to talk about music to others, using specific terms that are...
A guide on constructing pleasing chords for accompanying church special songs is what I have been needing for many years. Most guitar enthusiasts resign from playing when faced with chord names such as “Am7(b5)/G”, “C2(#4)”, “Bb9(13)” or...
Guitarists need to understand Equal Temperament, or at least the basis of it. Why? Because their instrument is fretted for Equal Temperament and the strings have to be tuned accordingly.
Do you want to learn how to Read Drum Music? Learning to play drum beats and fill-ins is vital to being a good drummer but learning how to read drum sheet music is not only good for increasing your grey matter it will also help you to learn...
A few days from your exam? This article will remind you all the key points you need for a good distinction.
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 previous series on part-writing root-position triads (linked.)