Why is it that some chord progressions work better than others? You would think you could just throw some chords together and it would be a song, however there's a lot
I've had some of my viewers contact me asking for more information on intervals. I've gone over some simple intervals in my videos on scales and chords, but I thought it'd be a good thing to make a quick video about the concept behind
So after making a video series dedicated to explaining some essential music theory, I'm obviously a little biased on whether you should learn it or not. So I put together a video on why I think you should learn theory because of the positive
The relationship between chords and scales run deep. After learning about scales and then about chords, it's useful to see how they relate to each other. In today's lesson we'll be covering that as we talk about Diatonic Chords.
The second episode of my music theory video series is on chords construction. In this video, we focus on the four main triad types: major, minor, diminished and augmented as well as what major and minor thirds are. I think the coolest part
After a lot of research, learning, and preparation I'm very excited to blend my passion for video editing and music education with the first video in an on-going music theory video series that will be released on my YouTube channel. The
Tori Kelly and Kirk Franklin's record "Hiding Place" is a wonderful record, well deserving of the awards it's won. A couple months ago when I was preparing for a church gig I put together a quick fingerstyle arrangement of the tune
Rami Malek and the rest of the cast of "Bohemian Rhapsody" did such a great job capturing the magic of the Queen/Freddie Mercury story. It took me a while to get to see it, but it was definitely worth the wait. It made me go back
Russell Malone is definitely one of my favorite players around. His technique and feel are monstrous and I love hearing him combine all the vastly different influences in his playing into something that is completely different and all his
Lettuce is without a doubt one of my favorite funk groups around today. Besides their regular guitarist, Eric Krasno being an amazing player, they've recorded with the legendary John Scofield as well. This tune really spoke to me, and
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