In this video you can learn about three main concepts in western music theory. Its like a summery or index to know what exactly should be learned to become a good musician. To learn all the lessons subscribe to my channel.
Don’t read music? Don’t understand chords and scales? Watch this video and I’ll explain the basics of music theory in under 6 minutes! ~also~ at 4:10, the triangled chord (the seven chord) isn’t major or minor. It’s called diminished. It’s kinda rare so I didn’t mention it in this video. Disclaimer: for the sake of simplicity, I generalize rules and explanations that aren’t actual ‘rules’ or true 100% of the time. Music technically doesn’t have rules so everything is a general guideline. **SONG CREDITS** –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Riviera by Smith The Mister Smith The Mister Free Download / Stream: [More]
Do You Need To Learn Guitar Music Theory And Learn Guitar Scales To Play Well? Download the reference material for this lesson here: Guitar music theory can be a very scary thing when you start out playing the guitar. There seems to be so much to learn! But is it really important to learn guitar theory and learn guitar scales? Theory is a small word that covers a huge subject. Guitar music theory can be something as small as knowing the notes of the musical alphabet, or as complex as harmonizing scales in your head. When it comes to [More]
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Why learn music theory? Seriously, why should you bother? The most common objections to learning theory are that it “takes the magic out of the music” or that it “stops musicians playing with emotion”. Now you’re probably expecting me to jump to the defence of theory by saying that “understanding music enhances the magic” or that “theory helps us communicate our ideas more clearly” but here’s the thing. At first glance it seems like the non-theorists make a solid point. After all, emotion and expressive power is what we value in music. So if you can create that without knowing [More]
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In this lesson of Learn Free Music Theory, I teach on Note values and also stem direction! For more information about my lessons and to learn piano go to my website! I hope you find this music theory helpful guys!! Take care!
In this lesson of learn free music theory, I cover a HUGE video on rhythm. I cover, rest grouping, completing bars, and a further explination of time signatures and S & W beats. I hope you find this very useful! Remember to visit:
This is lesson 2 in the Learn Music Theory 101 for beginners series. This specific lesson covers how triad chords are constructed. The triad chord is made up of three notes; the first, the third, and the fifth. A Major chord triad sounds bright and happy. The minor triad sounds dark and sad. You can place the notes in a different order to create inversions. There are three chord positions for triads; which are root position, first inversion, and second inversion. Be sure to check out my other music theory lessons and tutorials to help you better understand music! Check [More]