## Major Scale Construction

The major scale is constructed like this: TONE, TONE, SEMITONE, TONE, TONE, TONE, SEMITONE So if we use Cmajor as an example, C D E F G A B C C – D TONE D – E TONE E – F SEMITONE F – G TONE G – A TONE A – B TONE B […]

## Working with Intervals (part 3) Major 3rd

Continued form part 2… In the previous article we looked at the  Major 2nd. In the following article we’re going to concentrate on the Major 2nd and touch on the Minor 2nd. As with the previous article screen shots will be used to explain how to play each interval and then at the end I’ll […]

## Working with Intervals (part 2) Major 2nd

Continued form part 1… In the previous article I stated that in order to understand intervals and their importance we need to listen to them. In order to create a better feeling for the sound we also need to correlate that with playing. Below are pictures and tab describing how to play the major 2nd […]

## Theory: Working with Intervals (part 1)

Hopefully you have a working knowledge of theory, if not I will try and keep this as simple as possible. This article is an expansion of the previous article, The Major Scale and Intervals. I’m going to use Sonars piano roll and staff views, the piano roll will fit the same with Reaper, Cubase and […]

## Key Signatures – How to learn

One way to learn your key signatures is this: Key Signatures with Sharps Take the Cmajor Scale – it has no sharps or flats, C D E F G A B C Count up five degrees of the scale to G Start the scale from G, G A B C D E F G – […]