Music Theory Comprehensive: Part 3 - Minor Keys and More

Jason Allen, PhD, Ableton Certified Trainer

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43 Videos (3h 37m)
    • 1 Part3 WelcomeOverview

      3:22
    • 2 ToolsWeWillNeed

      4:12
    • 4 KeySignaturesReview

      4:23
    • 5 DiatonicChordProgressionReview

      3:25
    • 6 TendencyChordsReview

      3:33
    • 7 CircleOfFifthsOverview

      7:39
    • 8 BorrowingFromRelatedKeys

      7:44
    • 9 SongExample

      5:05
    • 10 ScaleDegreeNamesOverview

      3:28
    • 11 ScaleDegreeNames

      6:36
    • 12 TendencyTones

      5:00
    • 14 CompoundMeterDefinition

      6:58
    • 15 CompoundMeterSignatures

      5:47
    • 16 AnotherPerspective

      2:55
    • 17 Example

      7:27
    • 19 TripletsOverview

      2:25
    • 20 Triplets

      3:03
    • 21 OtherTuplets

      2:57
    • 22 minorScaleOverview

      6:16
    • 23 AlterationstoMinor

      7:00
    • 24 WholeHalfPattern

      7:37
    • 25 Relatives

      10:46
    • 26 Parallel

      3:26
    • 27 MacphailVideoIntro

      0:54
    • 28 Music Theory Tutorial (3 of 5) Natural Minor Scale

      4:32
    • 29 Music Theory Tutorial (5 of 5) Key Signatures and Scales

      3:01
    • 31 NewWrinklesInCircleofFifths

      2:19
    • 32 NewDiagrams

      2:04
    • 33 MoreCloselyRelatedKeys

      2:02
    • 34 DiatonicChordProgressionReiew

      4:46
    • 35 ThePattern

      6:20
    • 36 DCPwithRelatives

      7:48
    • 37 TheVChordAndLeadingTones

      5:10
    • 39 threeTypesofMinor

      2:39
    • 40 HarmonicMinor

      5:39
    • 41 MelodicMinor

      5:11
    • 42 GreensleevesExample2

      5:13
    • 43 Music Theory Tutorial (4 of 5) Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales

      2:07
    • 45 AnalysisOverview

      3:00
    • 47 GreensleevesAnalysis

      13:24
    • 50 TheScientist

      16:04
    • 52 WhatNext

      2:07
    • 53 ThanksBye

      1:17