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Monthly Archives: October 2015
MOVES to the rescue !
You would have thought that the bass guitar was one of the most logical and intuitive instruments around. It even beats the 6-string guitar because its tuning only uses fourths (=5 halfsteps), while the guitar slips in a stray major third … Continue reading
Posted in Mappings, Moves notation, Music Theory Tagged bass guitar, chromatic patterns, diminished scale, Nicolas Slonimsky, Slonimsky Leave a comment
Get your first scale free?
Remember all those collections they use to sell at the newsagents, offering you a free binder with the first instalment? As if you wouldn’t end up paying for it in the end! The idea was that once it was in … Continue reading