Music Protest Ableton Theory Major and Minor Scale Music Theory TUTORiAL

Random News

Music Protest Ableton Theory Major and Minor Scale Music Theory TUTORiAL
Orchestral Tools Glory Days Big Band Horns KONTAKT
<<<<<<<<<<< 3-02-2019, 13:27 >>>>>>>>>>
Orchestral Tools Glory Days Big Band Horns KONTAKT
P2P | 03 February 2019 | 75 GB Glory Days - Big Band Horns is an extensive collection of Brass and Saxophone…

RacksForLive Channel Strip Preset Bundle DAW Presets
<<<<<<<<<<< 2-02-2019, 14:31 >>>>>>>>>>
RacksForLive Channel Strip Preset Bundle DAW Presets
P2P | 02 February 2019 | 70 KB One of the most handy utility presets we off--our channel strip settings.…

Vinyl Audio Maybach Vinyl 4 WAV
<<<<<<<<<<< 15-04-2019, 20:46 >>>>>>>>>>
Vinyl Audio Maybach Vinyl 4 WAV
FANTASTiC | 15 April 2019 | 450 MB 'Maybach Vinyl 4' is a classic collection of five Maybach Music inspired…

Flagman Extra Tech and Deep House WAV
<<<<<<<<<<< 7-04-2019, 19:31 >>>>>>>>>>
Flagman Extra Tech and Deep House WAV
FANTASTiC | 07 April 2019 | 530 MB Flagman Extra Tech & Deep House is 3 construction kits at 123 BPM. Tech &…

23-08-2018, 10:48

Music Protest Ableton Theory Major and Minor Scale Music Theory TUTORiAL

Music Protest Ableton Theory Major and Minor Scale Music Theory TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 22 August 2018 | 722 MB

Since this curriculum is intended to help electronic musicians who use Ableton and Push 2, most of the demonstrations and walkthroughs are presented directly in Ableton and/or on Push 2. This means that learning music theory like major or minor scales and chords is different. In this short course, you'll learn the concepts in a way that makes more sense with Ableton and Push 2.

There are definitely useful aspects of traditional music theory which is why *some* lessons ALSO demonstrate triads, intervals and scales on a traditional keyboard (Novation LaunchKey 49), so you'll see how music theory is based on piano. Scales, triads and intervals are the alphabet of the musical language and its hard to do much without them. You'll find this course is packed with condensed lessons that explain everything you need to know about building and playing scales and chords on Ableton and Push 2.

home page:
https://skl.sh/2Li5Rw8


DOWNLOAD

You like the news? Please share this news in social networks



Related News:

Music Protest Ableton Theory Music Theory Terms and Concepts TUTORiALMusic Protest Ableton Theory Music Theory Terms and Concepts TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 22 August 2018 | 496 MB Developing confidence with music theory (and using it in your electronic music) starts with a firm grasp of the fundamentals. You'll quickly learn about pitch, sharps and flats, the chromatic scale, accidentals, intervals and more. If you don't know what those are, you're making electronic music harder than it needs to be. Every time you want to learn...
SkillShare Music Theory Concepts for Conveying Emotion TUTORiALSkillShare Music Theory Concepts for Conveying Emotion TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 27 June 2018 | 616 MB This course explains important music theory concepts that help during the composition or songwriting process. You'll learn how major and minor scales are built and you'll learn how and why chords relate to major and minor scales so that you can make better, more informed choices when you're writing chord progressions (harmony). You'll become familiar with...
Udemy Music Theory with the Ableton Push TUTORiALUdemy Music Theory with the Ableton Push TUTORiAL

P2P | Oct 08 2017 | 960 MB Traditionally, music theory is taught with a piano as the main tool to learn the concepts. In this class, we take music theory concepts and apply them to the the Ableton Push controller. Using the Push, we can find the patterns for chords, harmony, and intervals that will get you producing, songwriting, or composing with the Ableton Push....
Skillfeed - Music Theory Using the Ableton Push TUTORiALSkillfeed - Music Theory Using the Ableton Push TUTORiAL

P2P 22 JUNE 2015 | 458 MB Traditionally, music theory is taught with a piano as the main tool to learn the concepts. In this class, we take music theory concepts and apply them to the the Ableton Push controller. Using the Push, we can find the patterns for chords, harmony, and intervals that will get you producing, songwriting, or composing with the Ableton Push. It is recommended students have...

  Views: 234
Views: 234

- THANKS FROM THE USERS -

Nobody said thanks, but you can be first!

Comments for Music Protest Ableton Theory Major and Minor Scale Music Theory TUTORiAL:

No comments yet, add a comment!

Information

Would you like to leave your comment? Please Login to your account to leave comments. Don't have an account? You can create a free account now.

Member Login


Social Networking Login: