Have you ever felt burn out from playing music? This is my story about how I felt out of – then into – love with the bass.
We are back! This time around we answer YOUR questions, internet! We browsed the depths of Reddit to find music theory questions galore – and boy, did we find some good ones.
What is Gypsy Jazz? I’m glad you asked! This episode goes into detail about where gypsy jazz comes from and how to play it. If you love jazz, you will love this.
Does Bebop live? This tune is one of the best examples of cool jazz ever recorded. Mat and Tommy dive into the intricacies of the harmony, melody, and style. Listen in with us!
This week, we talk about our processes in writing and arranging music. You’ll learn the steps we take to start with an idea and end with finished work.
Playing music in a worship team setting can be an incredible experience. How do you fully experience the amazing things that it can be? Listen in to find out!
What gives you that extra 10%? You know, the thing that moves you from just good to great. From form to inflection, we’ll lay it all out for you.
Nashville numbers are the latest form of music notation. If you are anything like me, you probably think it sounds fake. How can you notate music with a name like that?
Harmony can be light or dense, simple or complex, and utterly confusing. Just the Bassics gives a crash course on harmony that will give you what you need.
Time passes and no two days are the same. Time passes in music, but it has to be the same! That’s where Time Signatures step in. Listen to learn more!
Imagine your favorite song with only one note played at a time. It just doesn’t sound right. Triads and extensions are the key to building the perfect song.
The first step to learning functional music theory is key signatures and scales. We’ll make it simple for you! Listen to learn more!