July 2015

Thinking Music Theory 101: Minor Scales

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Thinking Music Theory 101: Minor Scales There are many minor scales to choose from, but today we're going to stick the Natural Minor. When a major scale is played is tends to sound "happy" or "uplifting" but when a minor scale is played it tends to sound "sad" or "depressing" depending on the rhythm that […] Read More

Thinking Music Theory 101: Time Signatures and ties

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Thinking Music Theory 101: Time Signatures and ties What happens if you're late work? Your douche boss probably writes you up and if you keep it up you'll probably get canned. I would fire you if you keep arriving late to work, it makes sense. If you keep arriving late, production slows down for my […] Read More

Thinking Music Theory 101: Triads

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Thinking Music Theory 101: Triads Now where getting somewhere. note: If this is your first time reading this lesson, then I would suggest to start with the very first lesson. Things could get confusing, you need to start here first to¬†understand this lesson. Download the pdf worksheet right here. Triads A chord is produced by […] Read More

Thinking Music Theory 101: Intervals

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Thinking Music Theory 101: Intervals I love to travel but I don't get to do it much. There is a bit or traveling in music, but not what you might think. This topic I didn't see much use in the real musical world but it was rather interesting. Also, if an annoying dude approaches you […] Read More