Relative pitch training – Part 1

Relative pitch training – Part 1

  Relative pitch is our ability to hear and understand the intervals between notes without having them written on a score. Developing relative pitch is very useful when we want to compose, or to anticipate the sound of the next note we are going to play. In...
Music intervals and degrees of the Major Scale

Music intervals and degrees of the Major Scale

Today we are going to learn what intervals and scale degrees are. This will help us understand the difference between, for example, major and minor interval sounds, which usually account for the biggest differences when we hear a certain scale or sequence of sounds....
The Lazy Musician

The Lazy Musician

Are you a couch potato? If you watch the TV and cannot refrain yourself from playing a music instrument while doing it, then you are my kind. When I started playing the guitar, I spent the first 6 months trying to nail a barre chord, one of the easiest chords to play...
Choosing a handpan scale

Choosing a handpan scale

The eternal dilemma about how to choose an handpan scale is quite something, especially as buying such instruments is an economic effort and an investment on playing commitment. There are several ideas and theories about choosing the right scale and version, but more...
Harmonizing a major scale

Harmonizing a major scale

Chord building, or rather what’s know as the harmonization of a scale, is picking each note of any scale or mode and stacking the notes in thirds, usually up to four notes. But what does this stacking mean? Let’s pick the C major scale: C D E F G A B Starting from the...

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