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ADSR Sounds Music Theory and Functional Harmony TUTORiAL

ADSR Sounds Music Theory and Functional Harmony TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 11 June 2019 | 294 MB

When learning about Music Theory most people start with scales, modes and chords and then sort of.. stop. This makes you miss out on of the most exciting parts of Theory: Form.

In this course we’re going to check out not only those all important scales and chords, but also Functional Harmony, which is a system that categorises Chords into their unique “functions”.

This will allow you to build chord progressions that evoke specific emotions, creating a story in which you’re the writer, you can steer the story into any direction depending on the mood you want to create: in whatever type of music you produce!

Scales & Intervals, Sharps & Flats

Major & Minor Scales
In this video we look at how major and minor scales work and how you can find them, along with intervals.

Explanation of steps and scales
Learn about major & minor scales
Learn about intervals & how to apply them

Sharps & Flats
We’ll learn the difference between sharp and flat notes, along with an introduction to playing scales.

Introduction to playing scales
When to use sharps and flats
Learn to create contrasting note progressions

Basic & Advanced Chord Creation

Basic Chords
In this section we’ll learn the skills you need to create basic chords, both major and minor triads plus find out about arpeggios.

Applying rules to build chords
Using thirds and fifths
What is an arpeggio?

Diminished & 7th Chords
Here we move on to finishing the foundation section of this course: writing more advanced chord creation such as diminished and 7th’s.

Learn how to harmonize scales
Using major, major & dominant 7ths

Chord Functions Introduced

Learn how to use your new skills
Jor explains how to get some impressive results from the musical language we’ve learnt so far to expand your creativity and make some amazing chord progressions as he introduces Functional Harmony theory.

Everything that you’ve learnt so far will start to come together, allowing you to master creating your own tricky, intricate chord sequences from scratch.

Learn how to use Functional Harmony
Tonic, pre-dominant and dominant functions
Creating extreme tension in your progressions

The different functions explained

Tonic Function
Here we’ll learn how to use the Tonic Function to create stability in our musical landscape

Define where your music is going
Learn about prolongation
Bring about a feeling of conclusion

The Dominant Function
Learn how to use the Dominant Function to create a tense feeling in your chord progressions, and when to use this technique for maximum impact.

Create tension
Chord selection
Resolving your progression

More chord functions explained

The Pre-Dominant Function
In this section teaches us about the predominant, or sub dominant function, the most versatile of the function we’ll learn about in this course. You’ll learn how to move between Tonic and Dominant functions to finish your progressions with complete artistry.

When to use the Pre-Dominant function
How to use ‘weird’ chords & inversions
Learn to modulate to different scales?

This course includes two videos detailing examples of how to use the techniques that you’ve used, helping you to write the chord progressions of your dreams!

Create impressive chord sequences
Master Functional Harmony

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