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6 Tips for Two Part Writing

6 Tips for Two Part Writing

Two Part Writing is when two voices (parts, instruments) are written on 1 staff. Each voice has it's own melody & rhythm. Learn 6 Tips for Two Part Writing.
Confused About Ledger Line Rules

Confused About Ledger Line Rules

Confused about Ledger Lines? Did you know that there are Ledger Line Rules to help us know how to write correct Ledger Lines every time? Take the Pop Quiz!
Cadence Bass Notes

Cadence Bass Notes

Cadence Bass Notes - What are the Rules? Do the Bass Notes ascend or descend? What about the Treble Triads? Learn 3 Rules to make writing a Cadence easy.
Pentascale or Pentatonic Scale?

Pentascale or Pentatonic Scale?

Pentascale or Pentatonic Scale - both contain the word Penta (5) and Scale (degrees), but are they the same scale? Learn how to easily tell the difference. 
No Diminished First

No Diminished First

Ever wonder why there is no Diminished First? Learn why the smallest interval is a Perfect 1 & why a Perfect 1 always changes a semitone to an Augmented 1.
Common Advanced Exam Mistakes

Common Advanced Exam Mistakes

Learn how to avoid Five Common Advanced Exam Mistakes when writing Nationally Recognized Theory Exams including the Royal Conservatory of Music Exams.
Music Theory Course Success

Music Theory Course Success

Looking for the best Music Theory Course Success that will get you First Class Honors with Distinction? This easy step-by-step course - Guarantees Success!
Dominant 7th Chord Inversions

Dominant 7th Chord Inversions

Online Compete Music Theory Course - Watch this Free Video on 3 Tips to Guarantee Success in Placement of Notes in Dominant 7th Chord Inversions.