Lynda.com – Learning Music Notation [Tutorial, ENG]

By | September 9, 2019

 

Release Year : 2016
Manufacturer : Lynda.com
Manufacturer Website : www.lynda.com/Music-Theory-tutorials/Music-Notation-Basics/492722-2.html
Posted by : Rick Schmunk
Duration : 06:37:10
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Language : English


Description : Want to communicate your musical ideas in the most clear and convincing way? You must learn how to record music. Notation is the written language of music: letters and words of sound. In this course, author Rick Schmunk explains the most fundamental topics in musical notation, in order to show musicians and songwriters what they need to know in order to read and write in this language and to fix musical ideas correctly.


Want to communicate your musical ideas in the most clear and compelling way? You need to learn music notation. Notation is the written language of music: the letters and words of sound. In this course, author Rick Schmunk explains the most fundamental topics in music notation, with the intention of showing musicians and songwriters what they need to know to read and write the language and notate their musical ideas correctly.
It starts with notating pitch (clefs) and duration, including note lengths and rests. He moves into discussing flats, sharps, naturals, and key signatures, and the unique symbols for musical expression, including dynamics and articulations. He goes over notating chords and chord progressions, and the addition of vocals and lyrics. The course wraps with some score formatting tips and notation examples for piano, guitar, and drums, which pull together all the information into complete, publication-worthy pieces of sheet music.

Content
├── 001 Welcome.mp4
├── 002 What you should know.mp4
├── 003 The staff – Background and purpose.mp4
├── 004 Treble clef.mp4
├── 005 Bass clef.mp4
├── 006 Grand staff.mp4
├── 007 Percussion and the neutral clef.mp4
├── 008 C clefs.mp4
├── 009 Which clefs should I know_.mp4
├── 010 Whole, half, and quarter notes.mp4
├── 011 Stems.mp4
├── 012 Time signatures and bar lines.mp4
├── 013 Whole, half, and quarter rests.mp4
├── 014 8th and 16th notes.mp4
├── 015 8th and 16th note rests.mp4
├── 016 Dots and ties.mp4
├── 017 Tuplets – Triplets and more.mp4
├── 018 Time signatures II.mp4
├── 019 Accidentals.mp4
├── 020 Scales and intervals.mp4
├── 021 Minor scales.mp4
├── 022 Key signatures and key changes.mp4
├── 023 The circle of 5ths.mp4
├── 024 Dynamics.mp4
├── 025 Real-time dynamic change.mp4
├── 026 Tempo and style markings.mp4
├── 027 Tempo change.mp4
├── 028 Performance instructions.mp4
├── 029 Articulations.mp4
├── 030 Expression and articulation example.mp4
├── 031 Rehearsal marks, numbers, and barlines.mp4
├── 032 Measure repeats.mp4
├── 033 Repeat barlines.mp4
├── 034 DC and DS repeats.mp4
├── 035 Chord basics.mp4
├── 036 Notating chord symbols.mp4
├── 037 Inversions, slash chords, and polychords.mp4
├── 038 Nashville Number System.mp4
├── 039 Slash notation.mp4
├── 040 Rhythmic notation.mp4
├── 041 Alternate noteheads.mp4
├── 042 Notating vocal music.mp4
├── 043 Notating lyrics.mp4
├── 044 Vocal and lyric examples.mp4
├── 045 Score setup – Page basics.mp4
├── 046 Score setup – Spacing.mp4
├── 047 Score setup – Transposing instruments.mp4
├── 048 Part setup.mp4
├── 049 Piano parts.mp4
├── 050 Guitar part.mp4
├── 051 Drum part.mp4
├── 052 Score.mp4
├── 053 Lead sheet.mp4
└── 054 Next steps.mp4

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720 (16: 9), 30.000 fps, ~ 284 Kbps avg, 0.010 bit / pixel
Audio : 48.0 KHz, AAC LC, 2 ch, ~ 320 Kbps

 

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