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.
The triads built upon scale degrees 3 and 6--the mediant and submediant chords--are the least common but also the most colorful diatonic triads. Learn (and practice) their common patterns of usage here!
Diagrams and easy to follow text that will help musicians learn to read music whether as a singer or instrumentalist.
A companion to "Part-Writing Chords: Tonic And Dominant I," this Hub consists of practical exercises to build skill in part-writing tonic and dominant chord connections. Get to know I-V-I in many different keys and different voice leadings, one click at a time! Includes chart of vocal ranges.
Part 2 - Understanding the definitions in music will bring you greater confidence. It is the responsibility of every musician and teacher of music to know the meaning of musical terminology. Here is a list of some of the most used words.
Learn to identify chords types by listening to, and recognising, the unique quality of sound that each type of chord has regardless of pitch.
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
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...
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...
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.