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In this lesson, learn the difference between melodic progressions and intervals. One is the building blocks of scales; the other, chords. Learn the ins and outs of each. The post Melodic Progressions vs. Intervals appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 25th, 2015
The whole tone scale is a useful one to know and because of its unique structure, very versatile. It is a 6-tone scale consisting of all whole steps. Here's everything you need to know about it. The post Whole Tone Scale Demystified appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 24th, 2015
In this lesson, I want to introduce you to melodic progressions - semitones and wholetones and their relationship to the octave. And most importantly, why it's important to understand how to use them. The post Introduction to Melodic Progressions: Semitones and Wholetones Redefined appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 24th, 2015
Octave comes from the Latin word octava which means eight. It is the distance of one key to the very next key. But let's dig a little deeper and learn the 4 dimensions of the octave and how to apply it. The post Beyond the Number “Eight” – 4 Dimensions Of The Octave appeared first on Hear and Play Music Learning Center.
Nov 23rd, 2015