In this course, we’ll take the next big step and learn about drop voicings and extended chords.
Expanding on what we learned in level 1, in this course we’ll cover everything from transposition, harmonisation, counter-melody and more!
In this course, we’ll look closer at the following instruments: Vocals, Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar and Drums. For best results, we suggest that you complete Pitch level 1 and 2 before commencing this course.
This course will draw on your knowledge of keys, scales, chords, rhythm, intervals and expression, wrapping it all up in the catchy and epic world of melody and composition. Become a better composer, improviser and all-round music lover today!
You could say this rhythm course is advanced. You could also say you’ll learn some cool new tricks!
Now that we have a solid grasp on the most commonly used scales, let’s take a look at the amazing things called ‘Modes’.
Building on our previous knowledge of intervals, we’ll now learn about intervals beyond an octave and what happens when intervals are inverted.
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We’re really going to ramp things up in this course. 4 note chords is our next challenge. You’ll need to rely heavily on the knowledge gained from previous courses. This course is a game changer!
With a solid foundation in beat division and durations we can now ramp things up with rhythmic combinations and other fun things!
With the diatonic triads of the major scale sorted out, we’ll now look at the diatonic triads of the major scale as well as a couple of other useful tricks. Here we go…
With a solid understanding of major and minor scales as well as keys, it’s now time to explore some other great scales that can inspire our melodies and improvising, as well as further developing our musical ears. This will be a game changer.
Now that we’ve been introduced to major, minor, augmented and diminished triads we can move onto some more practical uses of chords. In this course we’ll look at chord progressions, some different ways to play triads and a couple of new chords will be thrown in as well. Let’s go!
Chords are everywhere! They are the harmonic backdrop of music. This is a massively important subject for the modern musician. A foundational understanding of major scales and intervals is a must before proceeding with these courses.
It’s time to get a little more specific with intervals. In this course we’ll learn about the different interval qualities and how they can influence the emotion of music. This course is also very important if you want to build chords and chord progressions. Let’s begin!
Did you know that when one note moves to another one it creates an emotional effect? Why does some music sound happy and positive while other music can sound angry, or powerful? Intervals are a major player in the effect music has on us. Let’s explore this and see where we end up…
Building on the foundations of level 1, we’ll take our knowledge of major scales further and discover new ways to look at them and use them!
Ground zero for catchy melodies, cool chord progressions, bass lines, guitar riffs and more…Scales matter a whole lot! They are also brilliant technique builders for most instruments. Let’s begin.
Building on from the previous rhythm lessons we can now go much deeper into rhythm and timing. Let’s go!
This course is where we start our journey of rhythm, timing, note duration, feel and all the other good things that make music groove.
There is so much more to music than notes on a page. We’ll explore some common directions and signs that make music easier to navigate.
Before we really dive into the world of music theory, let’s get our bearings with some fundamental concepts.
Notes, noise and letters…how does all this stuff work? Discover the highs and lows of pitch in this course.
With the basics sorted out, we’ll increase the range of notes we can read and find out some more critical info needed to be a music master.