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Make your own kind of music! Save time and money by printing staff paper online. This site is great for people who casually write music, those perfecting an inspired music composition, or anyone else who needs staff paper when a melody strikes. Our single clef staff paper documents are some of our most versatile types of staff paper we offer. Whether you need a single set of treble, bass, percussion or other types of clefs, we have the type of staff paper you need to write your music. For added versatility, we also offer different arrangements of unmarked staff paper, as well as staff paper specifically created for solo, ensemble and choral works.

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Outline of basic music theory Professional music theory: an outline of basic music theory. Preface and Chapter 1 of the Outline of basic music theory – by Oscar van Dillen ©2011-2014 The beginner’s learning book can be found at Basic elements of music theory. Overview of chapters: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Sound and hearing Chapter 3: Musical notation Chapter 4: Basic building blocks of melody and harmony Chapter 5: Consonance and dissonance Chapter 6: Circle of fifths and transposition Chapter 7: Concerning rhythm, melody, harmony and form Chapter 8: Further study 30+ Insanely Useful Websites for Guitarists The guitar is an instrument that knows no genre and no boundaries--one of the reasons why it's arguably the world's most beloved instrument. Here are over 30 incredibly useful (and often entertaining) websites dedicated to the guitar and its admirers. Must-see sites

Music Text Composition Generator ( A free online music utility) The P22 Music Text Composition Generator allows any text to be converted into a musical composition. This composition is displayed in musical notation and simultaneously generated as a midi file. 1. I analyzed the chords of 1300 popular songs for patterns. This is what I found. For many people, listening to music elicits such an emotional response that the idea of dredging it for statistics and structure can seem odd or even misguided. But knowing these patterns can give one a deeper more fundamental sense for how music works; for me this makes listening to music a lot more interesting. Of course, if you play an instrument or want to write songs, being aware of these things is obviously of great practical importance. In this article, we’ll look at the statistics gathered from 1300 choruses, verses, etc. of popular songs to discover the answer to a few basic questions.

How To Lead A Creative Life [Infographic] [Close Window] By Jason Feifer Our complete guide to making your inner genius your greatest on-the-job asset. Back to article >> The magical mathematics of music May 2005 The astronomer Galileo Galilei observed in 1623 that the entire universe "is written in the language of mathematics", and indeed it is remarkable the extent to which science and society are governed by mathematical ideas. It is perhaps even more surprising that music, with all its passion and emotion, is also based upon mathematical relationships. Such musical notions as octaves, chords, scales, and keys can all be demystified and understood logically using simple mathematics.

Understanding Modes in Music I want this tutorial on modes to be different – I want it to be more useful than any other one you’ve read… First of all I’m not going to list the modes or name them. You’ll see why. Ok, let’s go! They are usually presented as scales – but that gives you the wrong impression of what they REALLY are. One Per Cent: Virtuoso cartoon pianist plays just like the real thing Hal Hodson, technology reporter Watch a professional pianist play and you'll be struck at how effortlessly their hands skip across the keys. Making an animated character do the same is much harder, so researchers from the University of California, Davis, have built an algorithm designed to make computer-generated hands tickle the ivories far more realistically. Their software auomatically generates a 3D animation of piano-playing hands based solely on inputted music.

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