So, there are names for all the parts of the music note, but sometimes those names don’t make much sense. Watch the video to find out why.
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We take a look at some misunderstood characters in this video – Accidentals. Just how do they work, and how do you recognize them in music? Watch the video below to find out and let me know if you have any questions or suggestions for future videos.
I thought we could take a minute today to talk about time – Time signatures to be precise. I’ll try to explain as best I can in the video below. Check out the additional examples below the video if you want to see more examples of the different kinds of times signatures you might come […]
In this week’s video, we go over some general rules for writing music notation: There are some more specific rules that I ended up not using in the video, but I wanted to share them here. If you are using a music notation software like Finale or Sibelius ALL of these rules are already programmed […]
I picked up this metronome kit from Sparkfun called “Metro Gnome”. Besides having a very witty name, the kit was really easy to put together and is actually a decent metronome. Check out the video to see the full build and demo of the metronome in action (yes, it actually goes from 1bpm to 299bpm). […]
Ah! It has been too long since I have written an update. I promise I’ll be better about sharing all the awesomeness that is going on. Last time, I was just about to head to San Antonio for the TMEA convention. I am happy to say that the convention was really fun and I was […]