Now that you've learned the basics of DAW Music Theory, get ready to explore some advanced concepts. Continue your studies with Joshua Carney and learn advanced music theory concepts that will elevate your music making to new heights... without leaving your DAW!
Learning music theory is an excellent way to grow as a producer and musician. This course, by music teacher Joshua Carney, reveals how to apply music theory concepts in your music productions... without leaving the comfort of your DAW!
"Introducing, the Beatles!" They've had more hits than any other band. But what are the SECRETS behind their success? Well, Beatles expert Scott Freiman knows the answers and he shares some of those secrets with you in this course on Chords and Progressions!
LA composer Gary Guttman is a master at composing music for visuals. In this scoring course, he explains the essence of his craft. If you want to learn how to score music for games, film or TV then watch this course!
In the Ear Training 101 course you learned how to identify melodic notes and intervals. In this exercise-filled, 49-video course, Gregg Fine teaches you how to hear chords and harmonies. Educate your ears!
Whether you perform, listen to or mix music, knowing the intervals and chords behind what you hear is an essential skill that all musicians need to have. The good news is that you can train your ears - beginning right here - in this course by Gregg Fine.
Musicians – playing jazz and other genres – use improvisation to explore their creativity and to generate musical ideas. This course – by the talented jazz artist Gregg Fine – shows how to unleash the power of improvisation in your music!
Jazz tonalities influence all kinds of music from Pop to EDM. Discover how these colorful musical techniques work and learn how they're constructed in this 34-tutorial Jazz Theory course by Gregg Fine...
Chord progressions give your song some emotion and direction. They are the canvas on which to build great melodies and rhythms! Learn all about creating them in this 30-tutorial course from our Music Theory expert, Gregg Fine...