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Music Theory Lessons

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by roy22341, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. roy22341

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    Ran across this on another forum. A lot of it is rather "jazzy" but I find the section on modes particularly good. Great as a refresher or an introduction to theory.

    Enjoy.

    Music Theory - Basic, Intermediate, Advanced
     
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    Interesting. Will read.
     
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    Thanks for the link!
     
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    Gave it a quick glance over yesterday, there are a few minor errors in it, but nothing that will confuse the careful reader. For example on page 4: "an "11th" in a 4th an octave higher and
    a "13th" is a 5th an octave higher." A 13th is actually a 6th an octave higher. You get the idea.
     

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