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10 Hours+ Course on How to Read & Write Music

Get Started in the Music World with Basic Concepts on Reading & Writing: Music Sheets, Symbols, Notes, and More

By Oluwayanmife Akintola | in Online Courses

Knowing how to read and write music is a valuable skill. It aids your learning of musical instruments, writing songs, and more. The skill of knowing how to read music is something that can be applied to playing many instruments because the music theory behind many instruments is the same. This course is for anyone who would like to read and write music. With 10 hours of content, it will help you to learn many musical instruments faster because understanding music theory prior to learning an instrument will make the learning process easier.

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  • Access 72 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Have a good understanding of Pitch, Bass & Treble Clefs, Stave Ledger Lines, and Musical Notes
  • Easily recognize key signatures on a music sheet
  • Understand what modulation & transposition is
  • Learn other things that relate to the reading & writing of music
Oluwayanmife Akintola | Pianist & Computer Engineer
4.1/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Oluwayanmife "Yummy" Akintola is a Udemy instructor and an experienced Pianist/Keyboardist. He has been playing for many years and translated this experience into 10 current courses. Yummy also has a Computer Engineering degree.

56,006 Total Students
1,289 Reviews

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: desktop & mobile
  • Certificate of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
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  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Introduction | Pitch, Bass & Treble Clefs, Stave, Ledger lines and Musical Notes
    • Introduction - 1:48
    • Pitch, Bass and Treble Clefs, Stave, Ledger lines and the positioning of notes - 8:57
    • How to name the notes on a Music Sheet - 6:07
    • The'Middle C' and what is an Octave? - 6:41
    • How to easily remember the notes on a music sheet - 20:19
    • How the notes on a Music Sheet are represented on the Piano | Middle C | Octaves - 12:37
  • Sharps and Flats
    • What are Sharps and Flats notes? - 8:06
    • How sharps and flats are written on a Music Sheet - 19:06
  • Duration of notes, Tempo & Tempo Instructions, Beamed notes and Dotted notes
    • Different types of notes and their durations - 13:47
    • Tempo (i.e. indicating how fast or slow music should be) - 19:07
    • Tempo instructions in words - 6:38
    • Beamed notes - 11:38
    • Dotted notes and Dotted Beamed notes - 13:29
  • Time Signatures & Rhythm
    • Time Signatures (Part 1) - 19:21
    • Time Signatures (Part 2) - 1:12
    • Time Signatures (Part 3) - 17:32
    • Using the "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" Song to demonstrate Time Signatures - 2:16
    • Time Signatures demonstrated on the Piano - 8:02
    • Another demonstration of a Time Signature on the Piano - 2:10
    • 3rd Demonstration of a Time Signature on the Piano - 1:30
    • More about Time Signatures - 14:04
    • The joining together of 2 staves and the direction of notes' tails - 13:11
  • Key Signatures and How they (Key Signatures) are derived from Scales
    • Introduction to "Key Signatures" - 2:34
    • What are Major Scales? | The C Major Scale - 12:07
    • Sharps and Flats Explained Further | Double Sharp and Double Flat - 16:27
    • How a Double Sharp and a Double Flat is written on a music sheet - 2:55
    • C#, D and E flat Major Scales - 14:50
    • E, F and F# Major Scales - 5:48
    • G, A flat and A Major Scales - 6:11
    • B flat and B Major Scales - 4:07
    • Natural Minor Scales - 10:52
    • C, C# and D Natural Minor Scales - 6:58
    • D#, E and F Natural Minor Scales - 6:45
    • F#, G and G# Natural Minor Scales - 5:23
    • A, A# and B Natural Minor Scales - 5:04
    • What it means for a Song to be in a particular "Key" - 7:13
    • Key Signatures (Part 1) - 18:54
    • Key Signatures (Part 2) - 11:34
    • How to figure out whether a song is in a Major or Minor Key - 12:22
    • D flat, G flat & C flat Major Scales and their Relative Natural Minor Scales - 16:54
    • Key Signatures (Part 3) - 1:49
    • How to write the Sharp and the Flat signs for Key Signatures - 3:57
  • How to easily Recognise Key Signatures on a Music Sheet
    • How to recognise Key Signatures that have Sharps - 14:08
    • How to recognise Key Signatures that have Flats - 9:47
  • Accidentals and Cautionary Accidentals
    • Accidentals - 18:54
    • Cautionary Accidentals - 3:46
  • Modulation
    • Modulation - 9:01
  • Transposition
    • Transposition (Part 1) - 17:18
    • Transposition (Part 2) - 13:52
  • Rests, Ties and Slurs
    • Rests - 12:25
    • Ties - 13:56
    • Slurs - 4:11
    • Staccato - 3:31
  • Repeat Marks and Glissando
    • Repeat Marks (Part 1) - 3:32
    • Repeat Marks (Part 2) - 4:36
    • Glissando - 1:20
  • Chords
    • Introduction to Chords - 2:39
    • Major, Minor and Perfect Musical Intervals - 12:12
    • Augmented and Diminished Musical Intervals - 7:48
    • Definition of Triad Chords - 17:43
    • Major 7th Chord - 6:44
    • Minor 7th Chord - 6:14
    • Dominant 7th Chord - 5:18
    • Diminished 7th Chord - 4:15
    • Half-Diminished 7th Chord - 1:48
    • Chord Symbols - 6:06
  • The Circle of Fifths
    • What is the Circle of Fifths and how to build one - 5:19
    • How to find the relative major and natural minor scales via the Circle of Fifths - 6:40
    • How to build a Major Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths - 4:23
    • How to build a Minor Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths - 3:46
    • How the Circle of Fifths shows how many sharps & flats are in 12 Major Scales - 5:19
  • Conclusion
    • Conclusion - 0:08

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Music Production 101: Producing + Songwriting for Beginners

Be Armed with Consistent Writing & Production Workflow and Finish Your Own Tracks

By Tomas George | in Online Courses

Still struggling to finish tracks? Fed up of relying on others to fill in the gaps? This course will allow you to compose, produce, and arrange a song from scratch and document the entire process. All examples in this course are shown in Logic Pro X. By the end of this course, you will be armed with a consistent writing and production workflow, which will have you finishing as many tracks as you start.

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  • Access 16 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn the basics of writing a Drum Beat
  • Write bass lines & melodies
  • Learn the basics of mixing & mastering
  • Understand how to write chords
  • Understand the basics of song arrangement
Note: Software NOT included.
Tomas George | UK Music Producer, Composer and Audio Engineer

Hi, Tomas here. I'm a UK Music Producer, Composer and Audio Engineer. I've been producing and writing music now for over ten years and I've got a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA (Hons) Degree in Music Composition. I really enjoy creating and editing all types of music, but I especially love teaching it online.

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  • Certificate of completion included
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  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Your First Program
  • Introduction
    • Introduction and What you're going to Learn - 0:32
  • Writing Different Instrument Parts
    • Writing a Chord Progression - 11:37
    • Writing a Bass Part - 10:18
    • Building a Drum Beat - 8:57
  • Writing a Melody and Arrangement
    • Writing a Melody - 17:15
    • Arrangement - Part 1 - 14:23
    • Arrangement - Part 2 - 19:06
  • Vocal Melodies and Instrumentation
    • Vocal Demo Melodies - 4:31
    • Instrumentation - 18:18
  • Mixing + Mastering
    • Mixing Introduction - 0:30
    • Mixing Levels - 13:44
    • Mixing Demo Vocals - Part 1 - 11:59
    • Mixing Demo Vocals - Part 2 - 9:40
    • Mixing Final Touches - 3:05
    • Demo Mastering - 10:59
  • Thanks and Bye
    • Thanks and Bye - 0:07

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Complete Piano Course: Go from a Beginner to an Advanced Pianist

Hands-On Piano Class Covering Basic Music Theory Up to Improvisation & More Skills

By Oluwayanmife Akintola | in Online Courses

Paying for offline lessons with a teacher for music lessons can be expensive and there are people that can't afford it; this course offers a better alternative for offline lessons and at a cheaper price. This course is for everyone that wants to learn how to play the piano or/and for people that want to learn about Music Theory. This class takes you from a beginner level with absolutely no experience to a professional level. Learn the very basics and move on to more advanced topics.

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  • Access 278 lectures & 37 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand the "Hows" & "Whys" of the concepts about playing the piano and about Music Theory
  • Know & play Major Chords, Minor Chords, Diminished Chords, Augmented Chords, Suspended Chords, Dominant 7th Chords, and more
  • Play anything in all 12 keys comfortably
  • Add color to your chord progressions
Oluwayanmife Akintola | Pianist & Computer Engineer
4.1/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Oluwayanmife "Yummy" Akintola is a Udemy instructor and an experienced Pianist/Keyboardist. He has been playing for many years and translated this experience into 10 current courses. Yummy also has a Computer Engineering degree.

56,006 Total Students
1,289 Reviews

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: desktop & mobile
  • Certificate of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Introduction & Getting Started
    • Introduction - 0:37
    • The Layout of the Piano/Keyboard - 5:10
    • Letters/Names of the Keys on the Piano/Keyboard - 7:42
    • Piano Fingerings & Hand Movement on the Piano/Keyboard - 6:02
    • Learn how to play a Fun Tune - 27:51
  • The Development of Independence between the Right Hand and the Left Hand
    • Part 1 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song) - 6:57
    • Part 2 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song) - 11:11
  • Brief Overview of what is to Come in the Course
    • Brief Overview of what is to Come in the Course - 5:55
  • Musical Intervals
    • Musical Intervals - 7:27
  • Scales/Major Scales
    • Scales/How to build a major scale - 9:05
    • C Major Scale - 3:16
    • C# Major Scale - 3:35
    • E flat Major Scale - 1:18
    • E Major Scale - 1:37
    • F Major Scale - 3:19
    • F# Major Scale - 1:20
    • G Major Scale - 1:22
    • A flat Major Scale - 3:24
    • A Major Scale - 2:50
    • B flat Major Scale - 1:13
    • B Major Scale - 3:54
    • Review of Major Scales - 7:48
    • Tonic sol-fa - 5:30
  • Practical Exercises that you can do to master all the 12 Major Scales
    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Right Hand - 29:06
    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Left Hand - 27:41
  • Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales
    • Introduction to Minor Scales & Natural Minor Scales - 14:08
    • C Natural Minor Scale - 5:48
    • C# Natural Minor Scale - 4:56
    • D Natural Minor Scale - 4:41
    • E flat Natural Minor Scale - 4:43
    • E Natural Minor Scale - 5:25
    • F Natural Minor Scale - 5:10
    • F# Natural Minor Scale - 4:47
    • G Natural Minor Scale - 4:52
    • A flat Natural Minor Scale - 4:48
    • A Natural Minor Scale - 4:46
    • B flat Natural Minor Scale - 5:18
    • B Natural Minor Scale - 5:27
    • The Natural Minor Scale's Tonic sol-fa - 9:52
  • Harmonic Minor Scales
    • Introduction to Harmonic Minor Scales - 3:01
    • C Harmonic Minor Scale - 5:54
    • C# Harmonic Minor Scale
    • D Harmonic Minor Scale - 5:31
    • E flat Harmonic Minor Scale - 5:57
    • E Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:47
    • F Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:45
    • F# Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:37
    • G Harmonic Minor Scale - 5:33
    • A flat Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:19
    • A Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:01
    • B flat Harmonic Minor Scale - 5:47
    • B Harmonic Minor Scale - 6:14
  • Melodic Minor Scales
    • Introduction to Melodic Minor Scales - 11:19
    • C Melodic Minor Scale - 6:34
    • C# Melodic Minor Scale - 7:26
    • D Melodic Minor Scale - 6:58
    • E flat Melodic Minor Scale - 8:01
    • E Melodic Minor Scale - 7:08
    • F Melodic Minor Scale - 7:59
    • F# Melodic Minor Scale - 7:12
    • G Melodic Minor Scale - 6:43
    • A flat Melodic Minor Scale - 7:00
    • A Melodic Minor Scale - 6:42
    • B flat Melodic Minor Scale - 7:21
    • B Melodic Minor Scale - 6:43
    • Ascending and Descending Melodic Minor Scales explained - 11:55
  • Scale Degrees
    • Scale Degrees for the Major Scales and the Natural Minor Scales - 6:45
    • Scale Degrees for the Harmonic Minor Scales and the Melodic Minor Scales - 4:08
    • The Number System - 3:13
  • More about Musical Intervals
    • Major, Minor and Perfect Intervals - 12:12
    • Diminished and Augmented Intervals - 7:48
    • The Tritone - 2:40
  • Chords (Triad Chords)
    • Major, Minor, Augmented and Diminished Triad Chords - 17:13
  • Major Scale Triad Chords
    • Overview of Major Scale Triad Chords - 9:12
    • C Major Scale Triad Chords - 13:58
    • C# Major Scale Triad Chords - 7:36
    • D Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:23
    • E flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 9:27
    • E Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:29
    • F Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:41
    • F# Major Scale Triad Chords - 10:23
    • G Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:44
    • A flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:53
    • A Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:17
    • B flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 7:51
    • B Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:17
    • Pattern of the triad chords within each Major Scale - 9:37
  • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 15:54
    • An overview of what is to come - 3:26
    • C Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:03
    • C# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 13:57
    • D Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 13:12
    • E flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:12
    • E Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 13:53
    • F Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 16:14
    • F# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:24
    • G Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:56
    • A flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 18:04
    • A Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:42
    • B flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 14:55
    • B Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 13:19
    • Pattern of the triad chords within each Natural Minor Scale - 8:34
  • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords - 15:25
  • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords - 16:29
  • 7th Chords, 6th Chords & Suspended Chords
    • Major 6th Chord - 2:52
    • Minor 6th Chord - 2:47
    • Major 7th Chord - 6:44
    • Minor 7th Chord - 6:14
    • What is a Suspended Chord? | Suspended 2nd Chord | Suspended 4th Chord - 9:06
    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chord - 2:08
    • Suspended 4th Triad Chord - 2:37
    • Dominant 7th Chord - 5:18
    • Diminished 7th Chord - 4:15
    • Half-Diminished 7th Chord - 1:48
    • Augmented-Major 7th Chord - 1:53
    • Augmented-Minor 7th Chord - 2:19
    • Minor-Major 7th Chord - 3:09
    • Scale 7th Chords - 12:05
    • Added Tone Chord - 7:32
  • Scale Degrees for Chords (Number System for Chords within a Scale)
    • Number System for Chords within a Scale - 2:14
  • Pentatonic, Chromatic and Blues Scales
    • Major Pentatonic Scale - 7:44
    • Minor Pentatonic Scale - 12:48
    • Blues Scale - 9:20
    • Chromatic Scale - 3:14
  • Chord Inversions & Arpeggios
    • Triad Chord Inversions - 9:08
    • 7th Chord Inversions - 9:26
    • Arpeggios - 2:20
    • Practising Different Triad Chords and their Different Inversions - 18:12
    • Practising Different 7th Chords and their Different Inversions - 9:38
  • Sharps & Flats Explained Further and Tasks for you to do
    • Further explanations of Sharps & Flats - 6:58
    • Further explanations for naming the Notes and Chords within a Scale. | Tasks - 18:07
    • Augmented Minor 7th Chords
    • Augmented-Major 7th Chords
    • Blues Scale
    • Diminished 7th Chords
    • Dominant 7th Chords
    • Half Diminished 7th Chords
    • Harmonic Minor Scale 7th Chords
    • Harmonic Minor Scale Notes
    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Major 6th Chords
    • Major 7th Chords
    • Major Pentatonic Scales
    • Major Scale 7th Chords
    • Major Scale Triad Chords
    • Melodic Minor Scale 7th Chords
    • Melodic Minor Scale Notes
    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Minor 6th Chords
    • Minor 7th Chords
    • Minor Pentatonic Scales
    • Minor-Major 7th Chords
    • Natural Minor Scale 7th Chords
    • Natural Minor Scale Notes
    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords
    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chords
    • Suspended 4th Triad Chords
    • Further Explanations of Natural Minor Scales and their Relative Major Scales - 18:21
  • Circle of Fifths
    • What the Circle of Fifth is and How to build one - 5:19
    • How to build a Major Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths - 4:23
    • How to build a Minor Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths - 3:46
    • How the Circle of Fifths shows how many sharps & flats are in 12 Major Scales - 5:19
    • How to find the relative Major & Natural Minor Scales via the Circle of Fifths - 6:40
  • How to Play Songs by ear and with Chords | Chord Progressions
    • Introduction of How to play Songs - 1:47
    • How to play Songs by ear (Part 1) - 19:25
    • How to play Songs by ear (Part 2) - 4:51
    • What to play with your Left Hand - 8:01
    • Getting used to playing with both hands on the Piano (includes learning a Song) - 3:31
    • An example of a Left Hand Pattern for accompanying Songs - 2:26
    • Introduction of how to play Songs by using Chords - 1:36
    • How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 1 - 20:33
    • Continuation of How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 1 - 1:41
    • Check different Voicings for different Chords - 2:19
    • How to play Songs by using Chords(Part 2) & How to identify the Chords of a Song - 4:58
    • Write down the chords of the song you want to play - 0:32
    • Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords (Part 1) - 17:48
    • Part 2 of Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords - 13:16
    • Chord Progressions | 4 popular Chords that a lot of Chord Progressions have - 8:58
    • How to arpeggiate Chord Progressions - 6:50
    • Examples of Chord Progressions - 13:45
    • How to recognise certain Chord Symbols - 3:52
    • More Chord Symbols - 3:36
    • Different approaches that can be used to play Songs - 8:32
  • The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales
    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales - 12:10
    • How to master all the Primary Chords in each Major Key - 20:17
    • How to master all the Primary Chords in each Natural Minor Key - 17:55
    • Extending each Primary Chord into a 7th Chord - 3:48
  • Transposition
    • Transposition - 10:46
    • More on Transposition - 11:52
    • Another example that shows what it means to Transpose - 18:24
  • Developing the ability to be able to play comfortably in all 12 Keys
    • Developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys - 11:41
    • Part 1b of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys - 26:13
    • Part 2 of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys - 19:00
  • Different Chord Progressions in all the 12 Keys
    • The I iii vi IV I Chord Progression - 18:48
    • The I ii vi V I Chord Progression - 16:52
    • The 1 5 2 4 1 Chord Progression - 18:13
    • The 2 3 7 5 1 Chord Progression - 17:30
    • The 3 6 2 5 1 Chord Progression - 18:53
    • The 4 2 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression - 21:08
    • The 1 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression - 19:38
    • The 4 1 2 5 6 Chord Progression - 19:14
    • The 6 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression - 20:01
    • The 1 3 4 2 5 1 Chord Progression - 19:44
    • The 1 2 3 4 5 1 Chord Progression - 19:16
    • The 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression - 14:55
  • Rhythms & Improvisation
    • Rhythms - 4:36
    • How to Create Melodies & Tunes with Arpeggios - 6:27
    • Rhythm (Another example of a Rhythm) - 2:20
    • Improvisation - 7:32
    • Improvising through Arpeggios and Inverted Chords - 10:16
    • Improvising by using Pentatonic Scales - 5:03
    • Using the Blues Scale to Improvise - 5:02
    • Improvising with the Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales - 14:00
    • More on the topic of 'Improvisation' - 7:48
    • How to play Songs by using Arpeggios - 4:27
  • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note
    • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note - 7:56
  • Passing Chords | Using Diminished & Augmented Triad Chords as Passing Chords
    • Passing Chord/Chords and How to use a Diminished Triad Chord as a Passing Chord - 9:58
    • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord as a Passing Chord - 6:42
  • How to use Diminished 7th Chords and the uniqueness of Diminished 7th Chords
    • The uniqueness of the Diminished 7th Chords - 19:06
    • How to use Diminished 7th Chords - 8:14
  • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord
    • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord - 19:15
  • Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions
    • Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions - 11:46
  • How to use Secondary Dominant Chords to add Flavour to your Chord Progressions
    • Using a Secondary Dominant Chord (Dominant 7th Chord) in your Chord Progression - 13:37
    • An example of how to use Secondary Dominant Chords as Passing Chords - 12:15
    • Using a Secondary Dominant Chord as a Passing Chord for different Chords - 13:42
  • How to use Suspended & Diatonic Chords to add Colour to your Chord Progressions
    • How to use Suspended Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions - 6:19
    • How to use Diatonic Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions - 5:24
  • Modulation
    • Definition of Modulation & Using the 5 and 1 Chords to Modulate - 7:38
    • How to use the Dominant 7th & 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another - 6:23
    • Using the 2, Dominant 7th and 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another - 4:13
    • How to use Common Chord/Chords between Keys to Modulate - 2:48
    • How to use the 2-5-1 Chords in a Key to Modulate - 2:20
  • Cadences
    • What is a Cadence & What is the Imperfect Authentic Cadence - 7:50
    • The Perfect Authentic Cadence - 4:26
    • The Plagal Cadence - 2:18
    • The Deceptive Cadence - 2:39
    • The Half Cadence - 3:14
  • How to use Suspended Chords and Diminished Chords
    • How to use Suspended Chords - 8:06
    • How to use a Diminished 7th Chord to modulate into a new Key - 5:11
    • How to use a Diminished Chord and a Diminished 7th Chord - 4:57
  • Improvisation (filling the empty Spaces in Songs with Piano runs, Licks & Riffs)
    • How to use Licks, Riffs and Arpeggios to fill in the empty spaces in Songs - 8:54
    • How to use Piano runs to fill in the empty spaces in Songs - 9:46
  • Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions
    • Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions - 11:10
    • More on using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions - 9:21
    • Using a non-diatonic Augmented Major 7th Chord to add colour - 8:02
  • Slash Chords
    • Slash Chords - 7:00
  • The Sustain Pedal
    • How to use the Sustain Pedal - 8:57
  • How to use Music to create different Atmospheres
    • How to use Music to create different Atmospheres - 20:11
    • Part 2 of How to use Music to create different Atmospheres - 7:39
    • Diminished Triad Chords Create Tension - 3:04
  • How to find the key of a song
    • How to find the key of a song (Part 1) - 20:21
    • How to find the key of a song (Part 2) - 12:00
    • Part 3 of how to find the Key of a Song - 17:46
    • More on finding the Key of a Song - 13:39
  • Extended Chords
    • Extended Intervals - 16:03
    • 9th Chords - 7:38
    • 11th Chords - 3:23
    • 13th Chords - 3:08
    • Playing an extended Chord without playing all the notes that make up the Chord - 7:34
    • Using Both Hands to play 9th, 11th and 13th Chords - 2:12
    • More about 9th, 11th and 13th Chords - 9:11
  • Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords
    • Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords - 14:09
  • Altered Chords
    • What is an altered Chord? - 8:31
    • An example of how to use an Altered Chord - 6:41
  • Modes
    • Definition of Modes - 17:05
    • The Ionian, Dorian and the Phrygian modes - 11:31
    • The Lydian and the Mixolydian modes - 15:07
    • The Aeolian and the Locrian modes - 7:10
  • Other types of Scales
    • The Whole-Half Octatonic Scale - 4:58
    • The Half-Whole Octatonic Scale - 3:12
    • The Whole-Tone Scale - 2:28
    • Lydian Dominant Scale - 9:19
  • The Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes
    • Part 1 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes - 19:02
    • Part 2 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes - 7:16
    • Using Modes for Songwriting - 20:29
  • Improvising with Modes
    • Improvising with Major Modes - 8:54
    • Improvising with Minor Modes - 5:00
  • Conclusion
    • Conclusion - 5:02

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Intermediate/Advanced Piano Course: Enhance Your Musical/Piano Skills

Move Towards Extended Piano Chords, Chord Voicing, Progressions & More

By Oluwayanmife Akintola | in Online Courses

With 22 hours of content, this course will expand your basic piano skills by teaching intermediate and advanced topics. It features a great variety of different lessons on playing the piano. You will learn about different types of extended chords like 9th Chords, 11th Chords, and 13th Chords. You will learn about the different types of Chord Voicings that you can use to play these Chords. You will learn about Major, Minor, Dominant and other types of extended Chords, and so much more.

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  • Access 158 lectures & 22 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn about different 9th, 11th, & 13th chords
  • Understand open & closed chord voicings
  • Use grace notes to spice up whatever you're playing on the piano
Oluwayanmife Akintola | Pianist & Computer Engineer
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Oluwayanmife "Yummy" Akintola is a Udemy instructor and an experienced Pianist/Keyboardist. He has been playing for many years and translated this experience into 10 current courses. Yummy also has a Computer Engineering degree.

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction - 4:30
  • Review of the things that you should know as an intermediate/advanced player
    • Important information that explains the structure of the course - 1:24
    • Layout of the Piano/Keyboard - 5:10
    • Letters/Names of the Keys on the Piano/Keyboard - 7:42
    • Piano Fingerings & Hand Movement on the Piano/Keyboard - 6:02
    • Part 1 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song) - 6:57
    • Part 2 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song) - 11:11
    • Musical Intervals - 7:27
    • Double Sharp & Double flats | Sharps and Flats explained further - 16:27
    • Scales/Major Scales - 8:51
    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Right Hand - 29:06
    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Left Hand - 27:41
    • Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales - 14:08
    • Harmonic Minor Scales - 3:01
    • Melodic Minor Scales - 11:19
    • Ascending and Descending Melodic Minor Scales explained - 11:55
    • Number System for each Scale - 3:13
    • Major, Minor and Perfect Intervals - 12:12
    • Diminished and Augmented Intervals - 7:48
    • The Tritone - 2:40
    • Major, Minor, Augmented and Diminished Triad Chords - 17:13
    • Major Scale Triad Chords
    • C Major Scale Triad Chords - 13:58
    • C# Major Scale Triad Chords - 7:36
    • D Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:23
    • E flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 9:27
    • E Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:29
    • F Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:41
    • F# Major Scale Triad Chords - 10:23
    • G Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:44
    • A flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:53
    • A Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:17
    • B flat Major Scale Triad Chords - 7:51
    • B Major Scale Triad Chords - 8:17
    • Pattern of the triad chords within each Major Scale - 9:37
    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords - 15:54
    • Pattern of the triad chords within each Natural Minor Scale - 8:34
    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords - 15:25
    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords - 16:29
    • Triad Chord Inversions - 9:08
    • Introduction of how to play Songs by using Chords - 1:36
    • How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 1 - 20:33
    • Continuation of How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 1 - 1:41
    • Check different Voicings for different Chords - 2:19
    • How to play Songs by using Chords(Part 2) & How to identify the Chords of a Song - 4:58
    • Write down the chords of the song you want to play - 0:32
    • Number System for Chords within a Scale - 2:14
    • Chord Progressions | 4 popular Chords that a lot of Chord Progressions have - 8:58
    • Examples of Chord Progressions - 13:45
    • How to arpeggiate Chord Progressions - 6:50
    • Major 6th Chord - 2:52
    • Minor 6th Chord - 2:47
    • Major 7th Chord - 6:44
    • Minor 7th Chord - 6:14
    • Dominant 7th Chord - 5:18
    • Diminished 7th Chord - 4:15
    • Half-Diminished 7th Chord - 1:48
    • What is a Suspended Chord? | Suspended 2nd Chord | Suspended 4th Chord - 9:06
    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chord - 2:08
    • Suspended 4th Triad Chord - 2:37
    • Scale 7th Chords - 12:05
    • 7th Chord Inversions - 9:26
    • 9th Chords - 7:38
    • 11th Chords - 3:23
    • 13th Chords - 3:08
    • What is an altered Chord? - 8:31
    • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note - 7:56
  • The benefits of Extended Chords and the 'pick and skip' technique explained
    • Explanation of the 'Pick and Skip' technique and the benefits of extended Chords - 6:15
  • Chord Voicings | Closed Voicing | Open Voicing
    • Chord Voicings | Closed Voicing | Open Voicing - 9:54
  • 9th Chords and how to play them via the use of different Chord Voicings
    • Extended Intervals - 16:02
    • How to play a Major 9th Chord | Chord Voicing for a Major 9th Chord - 4:58
    • How to play a Minor 9th Chord | Chord Voicing for a Minor 9th Chord - 5:28
    • How to play a Dominant 9th Chord | Chord Voicing for a Dominant 9th Chord - 5:36
    • Another Chord Voicing for 9th Chords - 7:26
    • Another Voicing that you can use to play 9th Chords - 7:01
    • Another way of playing 9th Chords - 3:34
    • Another Chord Voicing that can be utilised to play a 9th Chord - 4:02
    • How to play a Minor 7th flat 9 Chord|Chord Voicing for a Minor 7th flat 9 Chord - 7:45
    • Another Chord Voicing for a 9th Chord - 3:01
    • Chord Voicing for Half Diminished 7th flat 9 Chord - 5:12
    • How to use a Major Sixth Chord to play a Major 9th Chord - 7:24
    • How to use a Minor Sixth Chord to play a Dominant 9th Chord - 4:01
  • Extended Chords can be arpeggiated
    • Extended Chords can be arpeggiated - 5:22
  • How to use Extended Chords
    • How to use Extended Chords - 4:51
  • Diatonic 9th Chords
    • C Major Scale 9th Chords - 13:02
    • Practical application of the C Major Scale 9th Chords - 5:28
    • Diatonic 9th Chords Formula for a particular Chord Voicing - 10:51
    • New Lecture
    • C# Major Scale 9th Chords - 8:29
    • Practical application of the C# Major Scale 9th Chords - 11:38
    • D Major Scale 9th Chords - 9:27
    • Practical application of the D Major Scale 9th Chords - 12:51
    • E flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 11:37
    • Practical application of the E flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 16:18
    • E Major Scale 9th Chords - 8:43
    • Practical application of the E Major Scale 9th Chords - 13:32
    • F Major Scale 9th Chords - 8:49
    • Practical application of the F Major Scale 9th Chords - 15:00
    • F# Major Scale 9th Chords - 7:36
    • Practical application of the F# Major Scale 9th Chords - 16:01
    • G Major Scale 9th Chords - 9:07
    • Practical application of the G Major Scale 9th Chords - 16:55
    • A flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 9:46
    • Practical application of the A flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 16:31
    • A Major Scale 9th Chords - 9:44
    • Practical application of the A Major Scale 9th Chords - 15:49
    • B flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 8:43
    • Practical application of the B flat Major Scale 9th Chords - 17:06
    • B Major Scale 9th Chords - 9:35
    • Practical application of the B Major Scale 9th Chords - 15:38
    • Natural Minor Scale 9th Chords - 14:04
  • Major and Minor 6/9 Chords | Quartal Chord
    • A Quartal Chord - 4:41
    • A Major 6/9 Chord - 3:04
    • Chord Voicing for a Major 6/9 Chord - 5:11
    • A Minor 6/9 Chord - 3:09
    • Chord Voicing for a Minor 6/9 Chord - 5:28
  • 11th Chords and how to play them via the use of different Chord Voicings
    • Major 11th Chord Voicing | The problem with the Major 11th Chord - 9:19
    • Major 9th #11 Chord Voicing - 3:30
    • Minor 11th Chord Voicings - 7:49
  • You don't have to play all the notes that make up an Extended Chord
    • Playing an extended Chord without playing all the notes that make up the Chord - 7:34
  • Continuation of 11th Chords and their different Chord Voicings
    • Another Chord Voicing for a Minor 11th Chord - 4:05
    • Chord Voicing for a Minor 11th flat 5 flat 9 Chord - 5:00
    • Chord Voicing for a Dominant 11th Chord - 6:05
    • Dominant 9th #11 Chord Voicing - 4:51
    • Chord Voicing for a Minor 11th flat 9 Chord - 5:36
  • Quintal Chords
    • What is a Quintal Chord? - 4:25
    • How to create a Minor 11th Chord Voicing via the use of Quintal Chords - 4:28
  • Diatonic 11th Chords
    • C Major Scale 11th Chords - 13:22
    • C# Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:46
    • D Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:25
    • E flat Major Scale 11th Chords - 7:47
    • E Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:05
    • F Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:02
    • F# Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:29
    • G Major Scale 11th Chords - 7:13
    • A flat Major Scale 11th Chords - 7:54
    • A Major Scale 11th Chords - 7:30
    • B flat Major Scale 11th Chords - 7:24
    • B Major Scale 11th Chords - 8:22
    • Natural Minor Scale 11th Chords - 12:50
  • Diatonic 13th Chords
    • C Major Scale 13th Chords - 14:28
    • C# Major Scale 13th Chords - 9:17
    • D Major Scale 13th Chords - 8:25
    • E flat Major Scale 13th Chords - 8:40
    • E Major Scale 13th Chords - 9:49
    • F Major Scale 13th Chords - 10:04
    • F# Major Scale 13th Chords - 10:55
    • G Major Scale 13th Chords - 10:55
    • A flat Major Scale 13th Chords - 10:58
    • A Major Scale 13th Chords - 9:57
    • B flat Major Scale 13th Chords - 11:29
    • B Major Scale 13th Chords - 10:50
    • Natural Minor Scale 13th Chords - 14:14
  • 13th Chords and how to play them via the use of different Chord Voicings
    • Major 13th Chord Voicing - 3:53
    • Minor 13th Chord Voicing and the Dissonance in a Minor 13th Chord - 4:46
    • Dominant 13th Chord Voicing - 3:31
    • Major 13th #11 Chord Voicing - 4:20
  • Conclusion
    • Conclusion - 2:27

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Ultimate Beginner Acoustic Guitar Master Class

Learn Basic Guitar Chords & Play Songs Everybody Loves in Just Weeks

By Henry Olsen | in Online Courses

What is stopping you from being the guitarist you know that you are? Have you been seeing all this information about chord shapes, intervals, triads, major and minor scales, scales variations, and feel overwhelmed? This course is for you! With 36 lectures, this course will properly guide you, step-by-step throughout your guitar journey. Imagine the next time someone asks you to pick up the guitar at a family gathering and after this course, you can play songs everyone knows with ease and confidence!

4.6/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 36 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn chords that will allow you to play millions of songs
  • Know all the important strumming patterns
  • Choose the right guitar for you
  • Learn some tips & tricks to play with ease
Henry Olsen | Professional Guitar Expert
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Henry Olsen is a professional guitarist with 18 years’ playing experience and 8 years of professional teaching experience. Henry provides one-on-one private guitar classes in Austria and offers online guitar courses – both free and paid – to students who sign up on his website. He also has a constantly expanding YouTube Channel with over 17,000 subscribers.

Henry is a teacher proud of sharing his expertise, knowledge and he has thousands of teaching hours to his credit. He has trained 100.000+ students to date and has consistently gotten 5-star reviews for his work.

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  • Certificate of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Any device with basic specifications

Course Outline

  • Your First Program
  • Your first steps
    • Guitar Language - 3:51
    • How to tune the guitar - 9:58
    • Your first chord "E major" - 7:53
    • 2 new chords D major and A major - 9:42
    • Fun little exercise using single notes - 5:20
    • The G major exercise - 4:41
    • A minor to C major exercise - 3:48
    • Your first strumming pattern - YEAHHHHH!!! - 12:19
    • Strumming pattern nr.2 - 10:31
    • Strumming pattern nr.3 - 14:39
    • Your first song - Bob Marley style - 5:49
    • Bob Marley 2 - 4:45
    • Stand by me chord progression - 5:30
    • Sweet Home Alabama chord progression - 9:36
    • Knocking on heavens door chord progression - 6:33
    • Introduction to singing - 9:09
    • Getting words out - 8:19
    • Getting started with fingerstyle - 10:55
    • Introduction to reading tabs - 4:18
    • Fun melody - Are you with me - 5:22
    • Fun melody - Prayer in C - 9:37
    • Henry´s Gear Recommendations
  • Strumming Breakthrough
    • Strumming Intro - 5:05
    • Strumming pattern 1&2 - 3:21
    • Strumming pattern 3 - 2:33
    • Strumming pattern 4 - 3:32
    • Strumming pattern 5 - 3:58
    • Strumming pattern 6 - 2:40
    • Strumming pattern 7 - 3:02
    • Intro to palm muting - 4:22
    • Strumming pattern 8 - 5:24
    • Strumming pattern 9 - 3:44
    • Strumming pattern 10 - 2:33
    • Strumming pattern 11 - 2:48
    • Strumming pattern 12 - 3:08
  • What's Next???
    • Next Course To Take :-)

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Ultimate Beginner Rock Guitar Master Class

Step-by-Step Proven Techniques That Will Help You Play Rock Guitar the Simple Way!

By Henry Olsen | in Online Courses

Are you tired of going through YouTube only to find a bunch of unrelated videos? Maybe you're just looking for a step-by-step program you can follow instead of trying to figure it all out on your own. This course will take you by the hand and lay out a step-by-step curriculum, so all you have to do is follow the simple lessons and do it at your pace. With 57 lectures, you'll learn all the techniques on playing a rock guitar and how to implement them in a very structured way. You'll also be provided a 42-page picture e-book as a special bonus.

4.7/5 average rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

  • Access 57 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Play really fun riffs everyone loves
  • Understand & implement flawless rock guitar techniques
  • Master the guitar fretboard
  • Learn to play backing tracks
  • Understand & implement basic music theory and pentatonic scale
Henry Olsen | Professional Guitar Expert
4.6/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

Henry Olsen is a professional guitarist with 18 years’ playing experience and 8 years of professional teaching experience. Henry provides one-on-one private guitar classes in Austria and offers online guitar courses – both free and paid – to students who sign up on his website. He also has a constantly expanding YouTube Channel with over 17,000 subscribers.

Henry is a teacher proud of sharing his expertise, knowledge and he has thousands of teaching hours to his credit. He has trained 100.000+ students to date and has consistently gotten 5-star reviews for his work.

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  • Certificate of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Welcome to the course! - 3:28
    • New Lecture
  • Total beginner information
    • What you need to start playing electric guitar - 4:46
    • How to tune the guitar - 9:58
    • Guitar language - 3:51
    • Different types of electric guitars - 14:41
    • Different types of amps - 6:46
    • How to get a good rock tone - 5:20
    • Short introduction to pedals - 4:02
  • Let´s make some noise!!!
    • Your first rock riff - 7:31
    • Tab basics - 3:56
    • Come as you are inspired riff - 2:50
    • Introduction to "powerchords" - 7:28
    • Your first powerchord exercise - 4:53
    • Power chord exercise 3 to 1 D D D DU - 4:46
    • Powerchord exercise 3 to 1 D D D DU 110BPM - 2:39
    • Powerchord exercise 3 -10 - 8 95 BPM - 5:53
    • Powerchords 3 -10 - 8 110BPM - 3:27
    • Fifth string root note powerchords - 5:05
    • Sixth to fifth string root note powerchords - 3:03
    • Introduction to palm-muting - 7:21
    • How to name powerchords - 10:42
  • Must know inspired riffs
    • Lenny K - Fly away inspired riff - 7:18
    • Lenny K - Play-along - 6:37
    • Smells like teen spirit inspired riff - 2:42
    • Smell like teen spirit inspired play-along - 6:29
    • Green Day - When I come around inspired riff - 5:08
    • Greenday inspired play-along - 15:22
    • Eric Clapton inspired riff - 5:10
    • Eric Clapton inspired play-along - 6:26
    • White stripes inspired riff - 3:23
    • White stripes play-along - 6:03
    • AC/DC Highway inspired riff - 3:39
    • AC/DC inspired play-along - 6:35
    • ZZ Top inspired riff - 2:19
    • ZZ Top inspired play-along - 4:50
    • Led Zeppelin Whole lotta inspired riff - 3:08
    • Led Z play-along - 4:50
    • Eye of the tiger inspired riff - 3:33
    • Eye of the T play-along - 7:09
    • AC/DC back in B inspired riff - 7:54
    • AC/DC back in B play-along - 3:32
  • Basic electric guitar technique
    • How to hold the pick - 4:37
    • Hammer-on & pull-off - 8:58
    • Slides
    • Bending - 7:29
    • Vibrato - 3:51
  • 10 Cool Lick Ideas
    • Lick 1 - 5:28
    • Lick 2 - 6:28
    • Lick 3 - 4:58
    • Lick 4 - 6:33
    • Lick 5 - 4:43
    • Lick 6 - 5:36
    • Lick 7 - 5:25
    • Lick 8 - 5:16
    • Lick 9 - 5:16
    • Lick 10 - 6:05

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Learn to Play 10 Guitar Songs Using Just 3 Chords

Start Practicing Your Guitar Skills by Playing Basic Songs & Chords

By Henry Olsen | in Online Courses

This course begins with an explanation of how to make the best use out of the course. You'll realize that within just a few minutes you'll be playing and strumming fun and easy beginner guitar songs! With 19 lectures, this class will walk you through all the elements that you'll need to know in order to play along with ease. After taking this course, friends and family will be begging you to "play just one more, please!"

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  • Enjoy easy learning w/ help from the playalong feature
  • Play 10 beginner songs using only 3 chords
  • Learn new fun & easy strumming patterns
Henry Olsen | Professional Guitar Expert
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Henry Olsen is a professional guitarist with 18 years’ playing experience and 8 years of professional teaching experience. Henry provides one-on-one private guitar classes in Austria and offers online guitar courses – both free and paid – to students who sign up on his website. He also has a constantly expanding YouTube Channel with over 17,000 subscribers.

Henry is a teacher proud of sharing his expertise, knowledge and he has thousands of teaching hours to his credit. He has trained 100.000+ students to date and has consistently gotten 5-star reviews for his work.

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Course Outline

  • Welcome!
    • Introduction - 2:40
    • Download book here
  • Let's start learning songs!
    • Lennherd Skinherd - Sweet home in Alabama explanation - 5:29
    • Lennherd Skinherd - Sweet home in Alabama PA - 3:07
    • Jimi Henderlicks - Wild thing explanation - 7:35
    • Jimi Henderlicks - Wild thing PA - 2:34
    • Tommy Petties - Free flowing explanation - 5:34
    • Tommy Petties - Free flowing PA - 3:02
    • La Bamba explanation - 2:49
    • La Bamba PA - 2:20
    • Elvis Presterly - Hounding the dog blues explanation - 5:03
    • Elvis Presterly - Hounding the dog blues PA - 2:20
    • Dion - The wonderer explanation - 4:01
    • Dion - The wonderer explanation PA - 2:41
    • Creadance clean water - The bad moon is rising explanation - 6:11
    • Creadance clean water - The bad moon is rising PA - 4:03
    • Stevie Miller Band - The Joker explanation - 4:34
    • Stevie Miller Band - The Joker PA - 2:25
    • 12 Bar Blues Explanation - 5:53
    • 12 Bar Blues PA - 3:05
    • The Bammy brothers - Let your love flow explanation - 5:15
    • The Bammy brothers - Let your love flow PA - 3:48
    • Conclusion - 1:51

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Learn to Play by Ear

Structured Step-by-Step Map to Playing Guitar by Ear in Just a Few Days

By Henry Olsen | in Online Courses

Have you ever wondered how some people could pick up a guitar and play any song by ear? What if it's much easier than you think and you can do it too? This course provides you with a step-by-step, note-by-note plan that will guide you to play by ear in a speedy period of time. There are no shortcuts, but you can do things that can speed up the process by months! It will provide you with practical examples and real ear training exercises. You'll also master the entire guitar fretboard swiftly and effectively. This course is made for the guitarist looking to make serious progress as a musician and take a huge leap forward from the beginner level.

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  • Access 14 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Be able to learn songs straight from the radio
  • Master the entire guitar fret-board in a very fast & effective manner
  • Easily recognize chords from songs by ear
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Henry Olsen is a professional guitarist with 18 years’ playing experience and 8 years of professional teaching experience. Henry provides one-on-one private guitar classes in Austria and offers online guitar courses – both free and paid – to students who sign up on his website. He also has a constantly expanding YouTube Channel with over 17,000 subscribers.

Henry is a teacher proud of sharing his expertise, knowledge and he has thousands of teaching hours to his credit. He has trained 100.000+ students to date and has consistently gotten 5-star reviews for his work.

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  • Welcome!
    • A short introduction - 7:02
    • download book here
  • Let´s get started!
    • Hearing the "root notes" on the sixth string - 12:14
    • Getting to know the names of the sixth string notes - 12:12
    • Major vs minor sound - 12:52
    • The musical key road map - 17:40
    • Relative major/minor key signatures - 8:46
  • Practice time!!!
    • Example nr.1 - 2:21
    • Example nr.2 - 1:49
    • Example nr.3 - 2:08
    • Example nr.4 - 2:22
    • Example nr.5 - 2:03
    • Example nr.6 - 2:22
    • Example nr.7 - 2:29

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How to Play the Drums from Beginner to Pro

Master the Essentials of Drumming & Have Fun Doing It!

By Ihan Haydar | in Online Courses

Whether you are going to play drums as a hobby or planning to go pro, this course will help you get to the next levels and beyond. This course comes with 44 lectures designed to shorten your learning curve and have you learn the most essential parts of drumming without wasting time. You'll learn about the very drums and sticks and up to advanced tips on how to be a professional drummer. By the end of this course, you'll be able to play your favorite songs and add the most lively beats.

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  • Learn what drumsticks to use & how to hold them
  • Know the names of drums
  • Play singles & doubles
  • Develop your hand & foot technique
  • Play rudiments & apply them to the kit
  • Play a cool crossover fill
  • Learn great tips to become a professional drummer
Ihan Haydar | Musician
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Ihan Haydar is a professional drummer and educator based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is the drummer in the multi-platinum Danish pop band L.I.G.A. Ihan has been playing the drums since the age of fifteen. After being awarded Icon Of The Year by The Voice in 2015, Ihan has become a busy touring drummer and a well-known media personality. She has been touring for the last 8 years playing everything from festivals to clubs and different events around the world.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: desktop & mobile
  • Certificate of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Updates included
  • Experience level required: beginner

Requirements

  • Drumsticks
  • Practice pad or anything else you can drum on

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Do you want to learn how to play the drums? - Watch this! - 1:21
    • Introduction - 2:53
    • What you need to get started - 3:40
    • What drumsticks to use and how to hold them - 4:28
    • Lets play! - 5:34
    • My story - I’m here to inspire you to play the drums! - 5:29
    • Names of the drums - 1:45
    • My complete equipment setup! - 5:45
  • BEGINNER
    • Intro - 1:02
    • Singles and doubles - 6:42
    • Quarter notes - 6:37
    • Quarter notes workout - 2:16
    • Your FIRST groove and fill! - 3:16
    • Eighth notes - 3:31
    • Eighth notes beat - THAT beat! - 8:45
    • Exercises with the click - 4:37
    • Play along: UPTOWN FUNK - Bruno Mars - 4:31
  • INTERMEDIATE
    • Intro - 0:46
    • Foot Techniques - 3:29
    • Bass drum workout - 3:09
    • 16th note - 3:02
    • 16th note beat - 6:43
    • 16 note - Coldplay - Talk - 5:32
    • Accents - 8:05
    • Ghost notes - 5:14
    • Rudiments - what and why - 3:12
    • 5 stroke roll - 2:34
    • 5 stroke roll on the kit! - 6:27
    • 6 stroke roll - 4:24
    • The 5 essential rudiments
    • List of the 40 drum rudiments
  • ADVANCED
    • Intro - 1:01
    • Flams - 2:50
    • Paradiddles - 3:14
    • Paradiddles around the kit - 6:34
    • Independence - 6:00
    • My favorite fill! - 5:21
    • Cross over fill - 3:44
  • GOING PRO
    • GO pro! - 3:38
    • Practice, practice, practice! - 2:45
    • Pros and cons of being a professional musician - 5:27
    • 5 steps to become a professional musician! - 4:07
  • WRAP UP
    • Course summary - 1:46
    • Thank you! - 0:47

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  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.