In this and the following episodes we are going to learn how to combine triads to powerful and emotional soundtracks. To this day only experienced musicians and composers can do that. But with the …
In case you missed it earlier this week: Gabriel wrote a new blog post about the music theory of triads
Glossary introduced -
For all who wonder why there was no blog post in the last week. We have worked onÂ the infrastructure of this blog. From now on there is a glossary, that will more and more be filled with new terms….
We’ve introduced a glossary for our harmony theory blog:
New Blog Post: Composing with iPads in the Classroom -
In this episode we are going to show an example of how the composing and music-making with iPads may look like in the classroom. The iPad offers excellent opportunities to inspire young people for …
If you’re a music educator, this new blog post should be of interest to you
[New Blog Post] This week's episode is about tension and relaxation in music theory and how to explain this concept. -
In the last Episode we showed that musical harmony is about relationships between notes. This relationships doesn’t alwaysÂ need to be relaxed and harmonious. Like good movies owe their existence to…
[New Blog Post] More Intervals: Augmented fourth and diminished fifth
Apple's GarageBand is Audiobus compatible -
We’re exceptionally proud to announce that Apple’s Garageband is now compatible with Audiobus!
To celebrate we’re putting Audiobus on a 50% sale for limited time.
The Amazing Audio Engine -
For developers: The Amazing Audio Engine is here. And it’s open source. And it’s ready for Audiobus.
A new episode of our Harmony Theory Blog is live. This week's post is about basics needed by every musician: note names.