Music Theory for Electronic Musicians is a series of lectures by X=X explaining areas of Music Theory and how it can be applied in modern music production. Part One explores Pitch and Frequency specifically how they relate to one another and where on the frequency spectrum certain instruments reside. Part Two considers Amplitude and Velocity and their importance in creating dynamics. Part Three looks at Tone Quality, waveforms and their harmonic principles. Part Four examines the notes on a keyboard, octaves, sharps and flats, tones and semitones, and the C Major scale. Part Five describes what Intervals are and how they can work in the key of C. Part Six explores Rhythm, Tempo and Note Lengths, looking at note values, how they appear on the piano roll, dotted notes and rests.
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