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.
In this lesson, we’ll explore the ins and outs of consonant intervals. An “interval” is the distance between two points, events, or ends. Learn the difference between consonant and dissonant intervals and how they’re the building blocks of chords.
A pedal point is a sustained tone, typically in the bass, that is played while a foreign harmony or chord is sounded on the right hand. Learn the ins and outs of pedal points and how to use them in this lesson.