Today we learn how to count to 4. The basics of how to count rhythm in Common Time…part 1. Don’t forget to Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/twominutemusictheory More Two Minute Music Theory: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdW0onEGGcNlKzBMnnH9FPbmmrkIzUrZi Connect on Social Media: Facebook: @twominutemusic Twitter: @twominutemusic Instagram: @twominutemusic Music: ukulele/the jazz piano – www.bensound.com
Video Lesson 1 The Major Scale Formula in my contemporary music theory series. Download the handout that goes with this lesson here. http://www.kennisrussell.com/music-theory-homework-downloads/ Facebook.com/kennisrussell Twitter.com/kennisrussell -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “Guitar Neck Shootout: Fender vs Squier vs Mighty Mite” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgZgtRhcSIc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pauldavidsguitar Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulmdavids SUPPORT ME: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pauldavids _____________ Episode 1: The most ESSENTIAL thing when you’re learning music theory – https://youtu.be/-YkiaALRb54 Episode 2: What you need to know: The most important SCALE – https://youtu.be/jfDxUUW6o6Y Episode 3: Understanding CHORDS (Ep. 3 Music Theory) – https://youtu.be/BIWEcDGB5lA Episode 4: The beauty of Sus2/Sus4 and Barre Chords! – https://youtu.be/WOr7gRlWe5o Episode 5: INTERVALS | Music Theory Ep. 5 – https://youtu.be/77JzblP6URE Episode 6: It makes you sound better: SEVENTH CHORDS! https://youtu.be/eC8GxmOXKXo In this series we’re exploring how you can make chords on the guitar yourselves. From a complete beginner to a player who [More]
Sometimes some people have a distorted view on music theory. Let’s clear some of it up. —————————————-­­­­­­­­­——————————–­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­————- https://www.patreon.com/samuraiguitarist https://www.facebook.com/samuraiguit https://www.twitter.com/samuraiguit Instagram @samuraiguitarist Snapchat @samuraiguit info@samuraiguitarist.com —————————————-­­­­­­­­­——————————–­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­————- Guitarist/Songwriter/Samurai Born in the Manitoba prefecture of Canada, samuraiguitarist, Steve-san Onotera, honed his discipline under the study of the country’s most powerful musical sensei. Bred on rock, raised on the blues, trained in jazz, samuraiguitarist creates incredibly innovative videos that showcase his talents on the guitar.
GuitCon 2018 Tuesday panel featuring Adam Neely, Rick Beato, Andy Pitcher, Michael Palmisano (Guitargate), Samurai Guitarist, Phil X, Divinity ROXX and More!
Music Theory is a highly debated skill in music production. This video will analyze if music theory is necessary to be a great producer. What do you think?
This video introduces intermediate rhythm patterns for music. I ask please that language be kept civil as this is used by my elementary students. Thank you.
4/4 is great, but everyone uses it! So, learn how to write a pumping bass line in 4/4 that stands out from the crowd, as heard in “Let’s Go (The Royal We)” by Run the Jewels (from the Venom Soundtrack). ►Free Book: https://HackMusicTheory.com/Books ►Online Course: https://HackMusicTheory.com/Apprenticeship In their new single “Let’s Go (The Royal We)”, Run the Jewels use a standard 4/4 drum beat, with a kick on beat 1 and a snare on beat 3. But, when it comes to their bass line, that’s a whole different story! Let me explain. 4/4 contains four 1/4 notes, which are grouped [More]
Learn how to write a bass line and drum beat that groove big time, using this simple rhythm hack (as heard in “Morph” by Twenty One Pilots, from new album “Trench”). ►Free Book: https://HackMusicTheory.com/Books ►Online Course: https://HackMusicTheory.com/Apprenticeship In their song “Morph”, Twenty One Pilots create a hugely deep groove between the bass and drums, which you can’t help but move to. Now, some may argue it’s because they’re playing real instruments and not virtual instruments, but you can easily create this groove with a computer as well. How? Well, program skeleton bass and drum parts using 1/8 notes, then flesh [More]
Seventh chords are easy to understand and use in your music. In this video you will learn how to recognise the 5 different types of seventh chords and how to use them in your composing. They are great for playing blues and jazz, as well as writing dramatic music. https://www.musictheoryacademy.com/understanding-music/seventh-chords/