September 4, 2015
The-Modes-of-the-Major-Scale

The Major Seventh Arpeggio

Arpeggios can be thought of as broken chords, meaning the notes of a chord are played separately one after the other rather than strummed all at […]
September 4, 2015
Every-Scale-Youll-Ever-Need

All the Scales You’ll Ever Need

Below are a list of scale formulas someone had given to me a while ago. There are more scales here than anyone should ever need. You will need […]
September 4, 2015
Enharmonic-Equvilent

Enharmonic Equivalents

Sometimes a note can have two names depending on how you look at it. C# and Db are the same note for example. They are Enharmonic […]
September 4, 2015
Key-Signatures

Key Signatures

If you only ever wanted to play and write songs in the key of C major life would be simple. You would never have to deal […]
September 4, 2015
The-Modes-2

The Modes

One way to learn new scales is by looking to scales you already know. By treating each note of any scale as a new tonic note […]
September 4, 2015
Building-Scales

Building Scales on the Guitar

If the only scale that we had to compose and improvise with were the chromatic scale then music would quickly become very boring and would sound generally chaotic. […]
September 4, 2015
Consonant-Intervals

Consonant Intervals: 3rds & 6ths

The distance between two notes is called an Interval. There are twelve notes in thechromatic scale which creates twelve possible intervals. Let’s take a look at the consonant or pleasant sounding intervals. They are […]
September 4, 2015
Dissonent-Intervals

Dissonant Intervals: 2nds, 7ths, & The TriTone

The distance between two notes is called an Interval. There are twelve notes in the chromatic scale which creates twelve possible intervals. Let’s take a look at the most dissonant or […]
September 4, 2015
Intro-to-Intervals

Intro to Musical Intervals

The distance between two notes is called an Interval. There are twelve notes in the chromatic scale which creates twelve possible intervals.In order to keep track of all […]