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In this post, we explore connections between the building construction process and the music learning process and how to change your perspective about growth. The post Exposed: What Building Engineers Know That Most MUSICIANS Don’t appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Dec 1st, 2015
In this article, learn what transposition is, the difference between mental and electronic transposition, which one is bad, and useful methods to transpose any chord, progression, or song into a new key. The post The “Mental” vs “Electronic” Approach to Transposition appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 30th, 2015
In tonal music, there are two classes of intervals – dissonant and consonant intervals. In this article, we'll focus on the evolution in music and its effect on dissonant intervals. The post Yesterday’s Dissonance, Today’s Consonance appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 29th, 2015
Have you ever wondered the origins of white notes vs black notes, naturals vs accidentals? This post provides historical context. The post Naturals, Accidentals, and Race: A Coincidence? appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 28th, 2015