Basic Music Theory for Music production
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Basic Music Theory for Music production is way to speak the language musicians speak.
You will no longer be left out of the conversation when the drummer is talking to the guitar player about a song.
You will not only be able to jump in but you will be able to tell other musicians exactly what you want. You will even
be able to write it down and give it to who ever speaks the language of music.
- You really don't need any knowledge of music
- This course will show you the apples and oranges of how to read and write
- basic sentences in music
- What a musical bar is and looks like
- What Beats Per minute is (BPM)
- The Quarter note and Quarter rest
- The 8th note and 8th rest
- The 16 note and 16th rest
- Drum lesson how to use the notes you've learned
- Major Scale and Minor scale
- Major chord and Minor chords
- Chordal progression and their uses
We break down the musical bar here. It starts as a whole just like a whole Dollar. A dollar can be broken down into four quarter just like a bar can be broken down into four quarter notes.
The 8th note is what happens when you break the quarters in half. This is shown best with a cookie as you will see.
Taking the 8th note and breaking that down into the 16th is very useful in popular music
scales are what make chords. Knowing chord basics will help you really be creative with your original music.
These are all the intervals used in chords. Knowledge of these will help you build your chords even further.
CompTIA Network+ Cert.; N10-006. The Total CourseMike Meyers, Total Seminars