Sharps, Flats, and Naturals
We are going to touch on sharps, flats, and naturals. This will only be an explanation of what they are and not a complete explanation of how they are used. We will discuss them in fuller detail in a later lesson.
Dotted and Tied Notes
This Lesson will explain what a dotted note and what a tied note is. Above is an example of each. Both of these examples in music would sound the same. In fact, you could just put an equals sign in between them. So, let’s do that and later on in the lesson, we’ll get back to that.
Time signatures define the feel of the song as well as some aspects of the timing.
There are many different time signatures and once I explain them to you, you will know all there is to know about them. Here are some examples of time signatures:
Music Theory Basics
If you already have a working knowledge of music, then perhaps you already know this stuff. Still, it is good to review. We want to build our house on solid ground. Any missing pieces can keep you from understanding the whole picture. It is what the rest of the music is built on. I also want to be sure that those who know absolutely nothing about music, can also keep up with reading, writing, and even composing music. If you have any questions, feel free to use the comment section and I will personally answer your questions.