Purp le Green
Purp le Green is all about the two best colors that make up this progression. Deep fat bass with rich modulation really pronounces the theme.
Transcend from Darkness
Even from the darkest of shadows, light penetrates through and transcends up through the heavens.
Instrumental: Battle Drums
Battle drums is my first song that is featured around the drums. The drums in this composition depict an army marching as they conquer across the land. You can hear the reorganization of the army as they rise and fall by the changes in the drum patterns.
Music to the “Last Dance”
Everyone who has had a dance with a special someone, will eventually have a last one because everything that has a beginning must have an end. Last Dance is about that special moment you have and holding it dear.
Diminished Chord Theory Bands
In previous lessons we learned how to play a diminished chord. What defines a diminished, is a minor chord with a flatted fifth. Diminished chords are probably my favorite kind to play because they all carry a special link. The way they are set up creates these diminished bands. When you add a 7th to a diminished chord, you get four equidistant notes. If you play any three of the four notes, you will get a diminished chord of the same caliber. There are only…
Guitar Method for Easy Progression Mapping
The notes on the guitar are laid out in an interesting way. The way that it is set up, you can find the next root position in the progression very quickly. No matter where you are on the fretboard, this pattern is consistent except between G and B. As mentioned in the previous lesson, the distance between string G and B is a minor third instead of a forth like all the other strings. This method of finding the next root note in the progression…
Music Theory Now Explained on Guitar Intro
In the previous lessons, I taught music theory on a piano. Due to high demand, I’m going to teach the same theory on a guitar and bass guitar as well. The theory is the same no matter which instrument you play it on, but the way the notes are laid out are completely different. Even though the theory itself is the same, learning music theory across multiple instruments helps you understand and grasp the knowledge in different ways.
Instrumental: Acceptance + Empire Courtyard Compilation
This is a two piece compilation. The first half is called, Acceptance. It starts off with the power and might of the higher authority dictatorship. The piece then shows the decay of society and depression from what has happened. Everyone lives their lives in fear and obeys whatever the dictatorship says. The second half, Empire Courtyard, is the main capitol of this dictatorship. It sounds huge and empty because most of society lives in the slums while the VERY few live in the Empire…