Get yourself trained on Music Making with this Online Training Music theory for complete beginners.
Online Training Music theory for complete beginners
This course is about understanding the very basis of music: sound. More precisely of sound in time. No matter what kind of instrument or musical endeavor you’re interested, the most fundamental concepts are always the basics of sound in time, the rhythm. We take an approach to study the basics of music in a way everyone can learn with no past musical experience whatsoever.It is directed toward people with no means to find a good teacher, or who wants to learn by himself. We include tutorials, exercises, and dictations as our main way to understand and practice the concepts. Our approach is 100% practical, you should be making some rhythms from the very beginning, and have some solid skills by the end of the course. Is very important to take a course like this before trying to learn any instrument, or try to compose, because, you need a solid foundation that sometimes teachers don’t have the time to share.
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