El Argonauta. La librería de la música.

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Music Theory for Computer Musicians
Music Theory for Computer Musicians.

Music Theory for Computer Musicians

  • ISBN: 978-1-59863-503-4
  • Editorial: Delmar Learning
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 19x23
  • Páginas: 336
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO (incluye CD)

PVP 49,45 €
Si se pide hoy, se estima recibir en la librería el 07/05/18

Contiene CD

Contains CD ROM.

Many DJs, gigging musicians, and electronic music producers understand how to play their instruments or make music on the computer, but they lack the basic knowledge of music theory needed to take their music-making to the next level and compose truly professional tracks. Beneath all the enormously different styles of modern electronic music lie certain fundamentals of the musical language that are exactly the same no matter what kind of music you write. It is very important to acquire an understanding of these fundamentals if you are to develop as a musician and music producer. Put simply, you need to know what you are doing with regard to the music that you are writing. "Music Theory for Computer Musicians" explains these music theory fundamentals in the most simple and accessible way possible. Concepts are taught using the MIDI keyboard environment and today's computer composing and recording software. By reading this book and following the exercises contained within it, you, the aspiring music producer/computer musician, will find yourself making great progress toward understanding and using these fundamentals of the music language. The result will be a great improvement in your ability to write and produce your own original music.



1. Musical Sound
2. The Notes
3. The Major Scale
4. Rhythm, Tempo and Note Lengths
5. Score Editing
6. Intervals
7. Meter
8. Chords
9. The Natural Minor Scale
10. Melody and Motives
11. The Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales
12. Augmented and Diminished Intervals and Interval Inversions
13. Chordal Inversions, Octave Doubling, and Spacing
14. Additive Rhythms
15. Expanding Your Knowledge of Keys
16. the Pentatonic Scale
17. Major, Minor, Augmented, and Diminished Triads
18. Chord Progressions and Root Movement
19. The Cycle of Fifths
20. The Seven Diatonic Modes
21. Chords of the Seventh
22. Exotic Scales
23. Complex Harmony
24. Arpeggiation
25. Intonation
26. Conclusion

Appendix A. Scales
Appendix B. Audio CD and Accompanying Text Sidebars

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