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The Unison Octave Inversion

The Unison Octave Inversion This is something that confuses most people. How can you possibly invert… a unison? After all: a unison is 2 versions of the exact same note. Ask musicians what you get when you invert a unison, and most will reply: “a unison”. A unison is technically speaking not an interval, because
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Guitar Humor.

This funny meme definitely applies to me. It’s hard not to want to watch Guthrie play for many hours. This following is one of my favorites. Conclusion Hit me up anytime at [email protected] if you have any questions, or if you would like to book a lesson. Keep me informed on your progress. You can
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Teacher Miscommunications & Misconceptions About “Tonicization”

Email to a Student About “Tonicization” This was written after a lesson with a student of mine, who also takes music classes at his college. In one of those classes, his teacher had apparently been talking a lot about “tonicizing”. This somehow led to that student, to think more of this term than it is.
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Keysignatures of Modes.

Student Question About How To Apply Keysignatues of Modes To Soloing. Before I go into the question the student had, I want to mention that you can learn here about How To Figure Out and Practice Keysignatures of Modes. Question from student Joshua Picard: Let’s say that you want me to play Eb Lydian scale
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More Insights on The Harmonic Series and on Music Theorists.

More Insights on The Harmonic Series and on Music Theorists. This following blogs post shows my (email) response to an email I received from someone asking me about the harmonic series and about the research of a music theorist. It is slightly redacted to improve the flow and to clarify or improve the points I
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