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Hi, I’m Underbelly, and You Suck at Music Theory. In today’s lesson, we’re gonna learn about the Major scale, otherwise known as the ionian mode. Let’s get started. MORE YOU SUCK AT MUSIC THEORY: Listen to my track ‘Wonk’ on Below The Surface’s compilation: Become a supporter on Patreon: Listen to Underbelly’s Official Releases: Join my Discord: —- Follow Underbelly: THANK YOU TO MY TOP PATRONS: Zhu Myles Wojciech Gene Rowan Liam Yamen Alex Todd Andrew Silmane Jason William YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST About Underbelly: Trained in classical piano [More]
Video Lesson 1 The Major Scale Formula in my contemporary music theory series. Download the handout that goes with this lesson here. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “Guitar Neck Shootout: Fender vs Squier vs Mighty Mite” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Thanks to my Patreon supporters for supporting these videos! Phrygian is the third mode of the Major scale. It has a uniquely dark feel to it compared to the other modes, thanks to the flat 2nd scale degree which forms a dissonant minor 2nd interval to our tonic. In this video, we learn how the scale itself is built, and also how it is a mode of Major. We also learn the chords of phrygian, and also explain several ways one can compose their own music using the phrygian mode. It’s an awesome scale that doesn’t get a LOT [More]
New video lesson series! #PDCMTFG Part 1 introduces the Musical Alphabet, Major Scale and lays out all the natural notes on the guitar fretboard Buy PDC Merch here Buy your PDC Shirts: PayPal donations here: Subscribe here:
Thank you to my Patreon supporters! They literally are why these lessons exist. My new 80’s single – The minMaj7 chord is a hilariously unique and distinct chord that is almost universally perceived as mysterious, creepy, or uncertain. I ask all my students how chords “feel” to them and none of them have EVER named this chord with a positive or bright emotion. It’s good for a gag, but is also very lovely when combined in melodic ways. This video demonstrates the basics of the minor major 7th chord, the music theory on how to build it, where [More]
You can support these lessons at my Patreon: Pre-requisite videos: Scale degrees( and Major ( The jam track I use in this video can be found here – It is available free to all of my Patreon subscribers. A special thank you to Linas Orentas and Marek Pawlowski for their generous support! The dorian mode is the 2nd mode of major, and for a long time I didn’t really understand how to use dorian or what it was for. In this video, I want to teach you the basics behind how it’s built, how it relates to major [More]
If you enjoy these lessons you can sponsor them on Patreon! When writing in major keys, one quick method to introducing sorrow in to your music is by using the diatonic iii chord, also called the mediant chord. This video will demonstrate several examples of songs and pieces that are written using the mediant chord, as well as advice on how to write progressions that are sad and woeful. Thanks so much to Linas Orentas for his generous support on my Patreon page! Free online guitar lessons for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Located in Crystal [More]