Music Theory Classes

Music Theory Classes
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Genre: Music lessons

Learn everything from the complete basics to the advanced cocepts of music theory. Music theory is the study of music.

This is a course that will dive into many areas of music theory. This series is for those who want to download or watch my series ad-free. The topics covered by this series include:

The science of sound (pitch, frequency, volume, etc.)
The musical alphabet
Steps and intervals
Triads and extended chords
Circle of 5ths
Notes and rests
Swing and polyrhythm
Time signatures
Chord progression and harmonizing scales
acoustics and psychoaoustics
Ear training
and MORE!!
For musicians and students taking music classes, this course does not require that you play an instrument. We take away the aspect of an instrument and study the core of music using just notes. No need to be an expert piano player or guitarist, all you’ll want to have is a little bit of thinking power and maybe a notepad to take some notes (music notes that is ). If you are a musician, applying this information to your instrument will drastically improve your knowledge and skill level.

Even if you have no musical experience, this course could be for you. With this series, not only will you dive into the basics of music but you will also learn a lot about acoustics, ear training, pitch and frequency, harmonics and overtones, and more. Even if you are not studying to be a musician, this course has content that will help you understand sound as a whole. This means that if you are a computer technician, an audio producer, a commercial designer, a video producer, a studio designer, or anything else dealing with sound, you could benefit from this course!

The course should not take too long to complete, but it is recommended that you stop after each video to take notes and memorize material. For some topics, you might need to practice or rewatch the video a few times to get everything (there is a lot of content in this course). Try to memorize.Memorizing this content will forever impact your musical knowledge and make you enjoy music that much more!

SECTION 1: Basics

1 INTRODUCTION: What is Music Theory?
2 What is Sound?
3 Frequency
4 Pitch
5 Relatiive vs Absolute Pitch (Perfect Pitch)
6 The Musical Alphabet
7 Time
8 Harmony and Melody

SECTION 2: Introduction to Notation

9 Introduction to Musical Notation
10 Helmholtz Pitch Notation
11 Scientific Pitch Notation
12 Staffs and Ledger Lines
13 Treble Clef
14 Bass Clef
15 Grand Staff
16 Memorizing Bass and Treble Clef
17 Accidentals
18 Writing Accidentals on a staff Properly

SECTION 3: Intervals

19 Scale Degrees
20 Interval Sizes by Scale Degree
21 How to Calculate Interval Sizes by using a staff (easy)
22 Compound Intervals
23 Adding Intervals
24 Half Steps and Whole Steps
25 Perfect and Major Intervals
26 Minor Intervals
27 Diminished Intervals
28 Augmented Intervals
29 Intervals Review!
30 Mod 12 System
31 Intervals on the staff, Figuring out Intervals (like a boss!)
32 Flipping the Interval

SECTION 4: Major and Minor Scales

33 How to play any Major Scale
34 How to figure out Intervals and Scales without memorizing
35 Playing in the Scale
36 Natural Minor Scale
37 Harmonic Minor Scale
38 Melodic Minor Scale

SECTION 5: Introduction to Chords

39 Introduction to Triads!
40 Major Triads
41 How to play Minor Triads
42 How to Play Diminished Triads
43 How to play Augmented Triads
44 Writing Triads on a Staff
45 How to Read Triads on a Staff
46 How to Play Major 7th Chords
47 How to Play Dominant 7th Chords
48 How to Play Minor 7th Chords
49 How to Play Half Diminished 7th Chords
50 How to Play Fully Diminished 7th Chords
51 How to Play Every Triad and 7th Chord!
52 Practice with 7th Chords!
53 Different Ways to Play Chords
54 Chord Notation

SECTION 6: Introduction to Time signature

55 4/4 Common Time Signature

SECTION 7: Key Signatures and the Circle of 5ths

56 Introduction to Key Signatures
57 Introduction to the Circle of 5ths Part 1
58 Introduction to the Circle of 5ths Part 2
59 Circle of Fifths
60 Creating Scales using the Circle of 5ths!
61 How to Recreate the Circle of 5ths from Memory
62 Minor Scales on the Circle of Fifths
63 How to Find Relative Minor Scales
64 Chromatic Scale and Whole Tone Scale

SECTION 8: Reading Music

65 Tempo and BPM (Beats Per Minute)
66 How to Draw Notes
67 Whole, Half, Quarter, 8th, 16th and 32nd Notes
68 Whole, Half, Quarter, 8th, 16 and 32nd Rests
69 How to Count 8ths and 16ths!
70 Subdivision
71 Musical Fractions and Inserting Barlines
72 Dotted Notes
73 Double Dotted Notes
74 Ties and Slurs
75 Introduction to Tuplets
76 Triplets! How to Read and Play Them
77 Understanding Swing
78 Polyrhythm
79 Time Signatures
80 Cut Time Break Down
81 Compound Time Signatures
82 Twos and Fours in Compound Time
83 Asymmetric Time Signatures
84 Tempo Terms
85 Dynamic Markings, Forte, Piano, etc
86 Crescendos and Decrescendos
87 Important Tempo Terms
88 More Important Terms
89 Music Structure (Dai Segno and Da Capo)
90 Repeats

SECTION 9: Chord Progression

91 Scale Degrees and Chord Progression
92 Chord Progression in Major Scales
93 Nashville Numbering System
94 7th Chord Progression

SECTION 10: Transposing

95 Transposing Chord Progression
96 Transposing Melody by Scale Degree
97 Transposing by Steps
98 Transposing by Interval Between Notes

SECTION 11: More on Reading Music and Clefs

99 Chord Inversions and Voicing
100 7th Chord Inversions

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