Music Theory with the Ableton Push

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Английский
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Чему вы научились?
Learn the layout of the push in "in key" mode.
Learn the layout of the push in "chromatic" mode.
Write chord progressions and melodies using the Ableton Push
О курсе

Traditionally, music theory is taught with a piano as the main tool to learn the concepts. In this class, we take music theory concepts and apply them to the the Ableton Push controller. Using the Push, we can find the patterns for chords, harmony, and intervals that will get you producing, songwriting, or composing with the Ableton Push.

For the best success in this course, it is recommended students have already taken the other Music Theory for Electronic Musician classes. They are:

Music Theory for Electronic Musicians I

and

Music Theory for Electronic Musicians II: Minor Keys and More

Программа
The Push Layout
Let's look at how the Push is laid out.
Overview
What this class is all about.
"In Key" and Chromatic Modes
There are two main modes for looking at notes: "In Key" and Chromatic. Lets have a look at the differences between the two, and talk about how to deal with both modes.
Interval Patterns
Next, let's look at all the patterns that gets us to the intervals that we would want to play.
Finding Octaves
The Ableton Push is shows us our Octaves with a nice blue light. It also shows us repeated notes in blue. Lets look at how those blue lights can be used as a guide for finding the rest of our intervals.
Major and Minor Seconds
Using the Push to locate our major seconds and minor seconds, in both "In Key" mode and Chromatic mode.
Major and Minor Thirds
Locate our major and minor thirds on the Push. This can be tricking if we are in the "In Key" mode and want to go our of key.
4ths and 5ths
Finding our perfect intervals on the Push, again, in both modes.
6ths and 7ths
Last set of intervals! Finding our 6ths and 7ths, major and minor, in "In Key" and Chromatic.
Chords and Triads
Lastly, let's look at the "pyramid" shape that makes a chord.
Triads in "In Key" Mode
Remember - follow the patterns. In this lesson we find two triad patterns, and we see that in the "In Key" mode, we don't need to think about major and minor, as long as we stick to the patterns.
Triads in Chromatic Mode
The patterns get a lot more blurry in chromatic mode. But we can still find some, and learn how to play outside of the key by using the chromatic mode.
Требования
  • Ableton Live
  • Ableton Push controller
  • Recommended: Taking the other Music Theory for Electronic Musician classes listed in the course summary.
Лекторы
Jason Allen
Jason Allen
Ph.D / Ableton Certified Trainer
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