- [Instructor] Sound Off: How to Count Time.…Here are four kinds of notes.…A quarter note receives one count.…A half note, two counts.…A dotted half note receives three counts,…and a whole note gets four counts.…Time signatures.…Each piece of music has two numbers at its beginning…called a time signature.…
These numbers tell us how to count time…for that particular piece.…The top number tells us how many counts in each measure.…The bottom number tells us what kind of note gets one count.…In four/four, the top number tells us…there are four counts to a measure,…and the bottom number tells us…a quarter note gets one count.…In three/four time, the top number tells us…that there are three counts to a measure,…and the bottom number tells us…that a quarter note gets one count.…
Note: This course was created and produced by Alfred Music. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Buying a bass
- Tuning your bass
- Holding your bass
- Left-hand technique
- Getting acquainted with music and tablature
- Notes on the first three strings
- The natural minor scale
- Sharps and naturals
- Key signatures and the major scale
- Ties and quarter notes
- Rock bass and heavy metal licks with syncopation
- Playing chords
- Playing licks from the 1950s, 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Notes on the First Three Strings
3. More Notes, Scales, and Accidentals
4. Introducing Keys and Eighth Notes
5. New Rhythms, Techniques, and Keys
6. Playing Up the Neck and a New Key
7. New Rhythms and Keys
8. Chords and More
9. Licks from Different Eras
Conclusion and credits2m 3s
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