Music Theory Comprehensive: Part 1 - How To Read Music

Jason Allen, PhD, Ableton Certified Trainer

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34 Lessons (3h 23m)
    • 1. 1 intro

      4:39
    • 2. 2 MyApproachToTheory

      6:45
    • 3. 3 ToolsYouNeed

      6:10
    • 4. 5 MuseScore

      3:45
    • 5. 6 TheElementsoftheScore

      6:04
    • 6. 7 PitchNames

      9:33
    • 7. 8 PitchClasses

      4:50
    • 8. 9 Octaves

      9:28
    • 9. 11 TheKeyboardLayout

      2:12
    • 10. 12 TheWhiteKeys

      5:40
    • 11. 13 TheBlackKeys

      6:50
    • 12. 14 HalfStepsandWholeSteps

      3:10
    • 13. 15 SectionReview

      3:12
    • 14. 17 StaffOverview

      3:00
    • 15. 18 clefs

      10:37
    • 16. 19 TrebleClefRefresher

      2:13
    • 17. 20 NamingNotesandIntervals

      4:43
    • 18. 21 OctaveNames

      3:45
    • 19. 23 BeatAndBeatDivisions

      6:42
    • 20. 24 DupleVsTriple

      4:47
    • 21. 25 TempoDownbeatsAndUpbeats

      6:06
    • 22. 27 BasicRyhtmicElements

      15:13
    • 23. 28 Dots

      3:26
    • 24. 29 Rests

      8:08
    • 25. 30 TimeSignatures

      5:21
    • 26. 31 Ties

      3:48
    • 27. 32 Langagues

      5:03
    • 28. 34 Dynamics&Repeats

      12:20
    • 29. 35 AccidentalBehavior

      10:17
    • 30. 36 Form

      10:43
    • 31. 38 PlacesToFindScoresOnline

      4:07
    • 32. 39 TipsForPracticingNotesAndRhythms

      8:05
    • 33. We Interrupt This Class...

      0:24
    • 34. 41 thanksbye

      2:00
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Throughout this class I'm going to ask you to do some project worksheets. Attached are all of the worksheets you will need. Remember that the answers to all the worksheets are at the end, so you can check your work. If you get something wrong, be sure to review the video again!

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