Production year : 2019
Manufacturer : ADSR Sounds
Website : adsrsounds
Author : Jor van der Poel
Duration : 180+ min
Type of material handed out : Video Tutorial
Video Format : MP4
Video : 197-307 Kbit \ sec, 1920 * 1080 (16 : 9), 25000 frames / sec, AVC
Audio : 112 Kbps, 44.1 kHz, 2 channels, AAC
Language : English

Size:  303.4 MB
DescriptionA: When learning music theory, most people start with scales, frets and chords and then kind of … stop. This makes you miss out on the most exciting parts of Theory: Form. In this course we are going to explore not only all the important scales and chords, but also Functional Harmony, which is a system that classifies chords into their unique “functions.”
This will allow you to create chord progressions that evoke certain emotions, creating a plot in which you are a writer, and you can direct the plot in any direction depending on the mood you want to create: in any type of music you produce!
• Explanation of scales
• Learn about major and minor scales
• Learn about intervals and how to apply them
• How to play scales
• When to use sharp and when to flat
• Learn how to create contrasting progressions
• Apply rules for building chords
• Use thirds and fifths
• What is arpeggio?
• Using minor, major, and dominant seventh chords
• Learn how to use functional harmony
• Key, dominant and subdominant functions
• Create extreme tension in your progressions
• Use tonic function to create stability in our musical landscape.
• Determine how the music is evolving
• Creating a sense of completeness
• Creating tension by the dominant
• Choosing the chords of the dominant group
• Allowing your progression
• When to use the subdominant
• How to use “strange” chords and inversions
• Transition from one key to another

01 – Introduction.mp4
02 – Scales & Intervals.mp4
03 – Sharps & Flats.mp4
04 – Basic Chords.mp4
05 – Diminished & 7th Chords.mp4
06 – Examples.mp4
07 – Chord Functions Introduced.mp4
08 – Tonic Function. mp4
09 – The Dominant Function.mp4
10 – Pre-Dominant.mp4
11 – Examples.mp4


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