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I analyzed the chords to 1300 songs for patterns. This is what I found. (Part 3) Interactive Discovery

I analyzed the chords to 1300 songs for patterns. This is what I found. (Part 3) Interactive Discovery
Last year, we discussed the first results of a long term effort to study the patterns found in the chords of popular songs. The reception that we got was incredibly positive, and we received a ton of great feedback. The two most common questions we’ve gotten from people have been: “I really like the sound of chords X Y Z together. Our answer: Hooktheory Trends Our crowdsourced database is uniquely suited to answer these questions because it contains the harmonic data of songs indexed in a way that makes it easy to perform this type of analysis. Hooktheory is experiencing VERY high traffic as a result of this article. Mirror 1 Mirror 2 How Trends Works When you open Trends, you will see the most commonly used chords in the key of C. Click a song to highlight where it uses the chords. The ability to quickly explore visually how chords are used in different songs opens up a huge potential for discovery and learning. Get started using Trends by clicking here! Fun things to try Related:  Make Music

Analyse musicale Yesterday Beatles Analyse musicale de la chanson Yesterday des Beatles. Découvrez les secrets de composition de l’un des plus grands titres de l’histoire de la musique ! Yesterday des Beatles… Sans doute l’une des chansons les plus connues et les plus appréciées de l’histoire de la musique. Si cette chanson a connue autant de succès, ce n’est donc pas pour rien mais bien parce qu’elle a ce petit « quelque chose » qui l’a rend si spéciale. Quels sont les secrets de compositions utilisés par Paul Mc Cartney ? Mélodies harmonieuses, arrangements inspirés, trafic d’organes… tous les secrets révélés I / L’histoire de la chanson Au même titre que I Can’t Get no Satisfaction » des Rolling Stones, cette chanson possède la particularité d’avoir été composée pendant un rêve. ). Paul McCartney nous raconte d’ailleurs cette anecdote au sein de sa biographie : Pendant un mois, j’ai demandé à plein de gens de l’industrie de la musique s’ils avaient déjà entendu ma chanson quelque part avant. II / Les paroles ). ). .

47 Sites Every Recording Musician Should Visit In a recent “Open Mic” we asked you, “Which music-related sites do you visit regularly?” This article is a summary of the great suggestions given in the comments to that article. You can make the list even longer by commenting on this article. As you’re reading this article, Audiotuts+ needs no introduction. This is a great Flash site with many resources to help you learn music theory. The site content is split up as follows: Lessons, including topics that cover notation, chords and scalesTrainers, that teach you notes, keys, intervals, triads, keyboard, guitar and brass. Michael comments: “I have found very helpful. This is a site that helps you with scales and chords. The charts are guitar-based, and there are options for various alternate tunings and other stringed instruments. A website that helps you learn musical scales and chords. Subtitled “Learn music technology”, this site is all about learning audio. Joe comments: “Great Ableton/sound design videos.”

Links ¬ landscape-perception.com Berrin, Kathleen (ed.), 1978. Art of the Huichol Indians. New York: Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco/Harry N. Abrams. Boivin, N., 2004. “Rock art and rock music: petroglyphs of the South Indian Neolithic”, Antiquity 78 (229). Bradley, R., 2000. Broner, N., 1978. Burl, A., 1988. Carpenter, E., and McLuhan, M., (eds.), 1960. Casteret, N., 1940. Cook, I., Pajot, S.K., and Leuchter, A.F., 2008. Critchley, M., and Henson, R., (eds.), 1977. Dams, L., 1984. Dams, L., 1985. Darvill, T. & Wainwright, G., 2005. Dauvois, M., 1989. Devereux, P., 1991. Devereux, P., 2000. Devereux, P., 2001. Devereux, P., and Jahn, R.G., 1996. Dobkin De Rios, M., and Katz, F., 1975. Eliade, M., 1964. Fagg, B., 1957. Feld, S., and Basso, K., (eds.), 1996. Gell, A., 1995. Goldhahn, J., 2002. Hedges, K., 1990. Hedges, K., 1993. Henshall, A., 1985. Hillinger, C., 1991. Jackson, A., 1968. Jahn, R.G., Devereux, P., and Ibison, M, 1996. Jaynes, J., 1976. Katz, F., and Dobkin De Rios, M., 1971. Khan, Hazrat Inayat, 1996.

harmonic functions We will start by transforming the iv degree chord of the A minor key into an augmented sixth chord. Below is the i - iv - V - i progression in A minor: now, we set the iv degree chord in first inversion: by raising the root of the iv degree chord a half-step (D# in this case) we get an augmented sixth chord: The chord receives the name of Augmented Sixth chord because of the augmented sixth interval between the bass and the chromatically raised note. Very often the Augmented Sixth chord is followed by the tonic chord in 2nd inversion before resolving to the dominant chord: Recovered The Chord Guide: Pt III – Chord Progressions | END OF Chord progressions are the canvas on which musicians paint their masterpieces, and it’s a canvas which is a piece of art in itself. A chord progression can be subtle and in the background or it can be blatant and up front; it can be simple and catchy, or it can be technical and complex, it can stay in one key or it can change like the seasons. In any of these cases a chord progression is what drives the song as it literally shapes the music that accompanies it. Chord progressions are like a cozy home where melody and rhythm can kick their feet up. This guide is meant to inject an interest in songwriting in new and old guitarists alike, I hope that at some point after reading this you will pick up your old guitar, blow off the dust, and join me in playing music. Chord Progression Guide This handy little guide will help all musicians create their own catchy chord progressions on the fly! Major Chord Chart Above is a chord chart for the 7 most used keys. Minor Chord Chart Chord Theory

Analyse de morceaux : Jazz Dans cette page nous analyserons plusieurs standards de jazz. Chacun d'entre eux sera analysé et vous pourrez écouter un thème et une improvisation sur la grille. Vous pourrez aussi télécharger l'accompagnement pour jouer un thème ou improviser à votre tour. Ce sera un moyen de découvrir les standards de jazz si vous débutez dans ce style. Les morceaux suivants sont analysés sur cette page. Take the A train "Take the A train" est le standard de jazz que nous étudierons en premier. Thème Voici le thème de ce standard, c'est à dire la mélodie principale. Avec le son correspondant ci-dessous. Grille Voici la grille du morceau. Télécharger la grille : Grille analysée Analysons la grille de ce morceau. MESURE 1 et 2 : Un accord de Do majeur. Bon, faisons le point. On vient d'utiliser une théorie (celle de la gamme majeure et des accords qui en découlent) pour analyser ce morceau. "La" solution On va donc jouer le mode de Ré lydien b7 (apellé aussi mode de Bartok) au moment où D7 est joué. All of me

Manufacturers Association - The official source of information about MIDI. 432hertz.com songwriting "Songwriters and poets suffer from the same affliction . . . they both believe they have something to say." Do any of the following statements describe you? "I spend a large portion of every day thinking about writing songs.""I read scripture and think . . . surely these are the lyrics to a song.""I write down interesting remarks I overhear."" If these statements generally describe you, then read on, as we discuss "Writing Effective Songs". Music and lyrics, comes from the heart. The Mechanical Elements of a Song[edit] For the beginning songwriter, it may be helpful to know something about the various elements of a song. Measure (Bar): a segment of time defined as a given number of beats of a given duration. Usually, each song consists of the following: Intro: the short instrumental section at the beginning of the song.Verse: a section of the song having its own melody, usually following the introduction and occurring again after the chorus. Popular Song forms[edit] Example: Bouree in E minor

CALLIHOO Writing Helps--Feelings Table Character Feelings You can describe your character's feelings in more exact terms than just "happy" or "sad." Check these lists for the exact nuance to describe your character's intensity of feelings. SF Characters | SF Items | SF Descriptors | SF Places | SF EventsSF Jobs/Occupations | Random Emotions | Emotions List | Intensity of Feelings Bohemian Rhapsody Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Vous lisez un « article de qualité ». Genèse du morceau et origine du nom[modifier | modifier le code] On en sait très peu sur l'origine du nom du morceau. Selon une interview de Brian May, guitariste du groupe, accordée à un magazine et ultérieurement publiée sur son site Web[1], Freddie Mercury l'aurait trouvé assez tardivement au cours des sessions d'enregistrement. D'une façon générale, le titre évoque une chanson au format hors norme (la rhapsodie) traitant de quelqu'un qui ne se plie pas aux règles de la société (le Bohémien)[3]. Freddie Mercury compose le morceau sur un piano droit qu'il a installé dans son appartement londonien. Enregistrement[modifier | modifier le code] C'est sur ce type de support que s'est fait l'enregistrement du morceau, en coupant-collant manuellement de multiples sections de bandes. Sortie commerciale[modifier | modifier le code] Structure du morceau[modifier | modifier le code] — Roy Thomas Baker

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