AV Music Theory
101-106 Bundle TUTORIAL | 1.2 GB
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Melodies represented as magical. They’re what we remember and love most about the music. And, they represented as the foundation of every kind of music from ancient Gregorian Chant to HIP HOP .
In this entertaining TUTORIAL by composer Gregg Fine, you’ll learn how melodies represented as constructed and discover all the parameters of melody making beginning with notes and scales.Music Theory 102: Harmony
If melody is the story of a song, then harmony is the feeling behind the story. To create songwriting magic, you need to know both. In this Harmony TUTORIAL by chordiologist Gregg Fine, get the whole story of harmony and learn how you can enhance the color and emotion of your tunes.
Music Theory 103: Rhythm
Rhythm is at the very essence of being. Our hearts beat. We walk and run in time. The sun rises and sets. The tides ebb and flow. It’s no wonder that rhythm is at the heart of our music, too. In this TUTORIAL Gregg Fine examines rhythm and shows us the theory behind constructing solid beats and how rhythm is used in different musical genres.
Music Theory 104: Song Form
Think about it: You can’t design a successful building without understanding architecture. So, it makes sense that if you trying to write a hit song, you’ve got to understand the basics of song form. In this 4th in a series of Music Theory tutorials by MPV’s expert theorist, Gregg Fine, you’ll learn how absolutely necessary the knowledge of song form is to writing great great pieces of music and the songwriting process.
Music Theory 105: Basslines
How many of your favorite great pieces of music can you name just from hearing the bass line? It’s probably quite a few. That’s because the bass, when played and programmed by the pros, stands alone at bottom of the production where it serves as the foundation of the track! A great bass line can really make a good song even better! A powerful base line can act both as the foundation of the track and as another melodic hook within the track!
Music Theory 106: Building Chord Progressions
Chord progressions in music represented as a lot like the canvas an artists paints on – a multi-purpose canvas, that is. That’s because a songwriter can give his or her song a totally different feeling just by altering a few chords under its melody and take the listener on a completely new journey.
In this in-depth learning lessons about building chord progressions, Gregg Fine takes you on a harmonic voyage and shows you, step by step, how chord progressions represented as created and how they can evolve.
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