Join Rick Schmunk for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Music Notation.
- [Rick] Thanks for watching, and I hope this course…jump-starts your interest in use of music notation.…Be sure to also check out my course on the notation…application Finale in 2014 Essential Training.…You should also check out Jenny Amaya's course on Sibelius…in Sibelius 7 Essential Training.…If you need to brush up on your music theory,…check out Music Theory for Songwriters: The Fundamentals.…And if you'd like to check out more of my courses,…be sure to check out Up and Running with Ableton Operator…and my other courses on Ableton Live.…
Thanks again for watching Music Notation: The Basics.…
It starts with notating pitch (clefs) and duration, including note lengths and rests. He moves into discussing flats, sharps, naturals, and key signatures, and the unique symbols for musical expression, including dynamics and articulations. He goes over notating chords and chord progressions, and the addition of vocals and lyrics. The course wraps with some score formatting tips and notation examples for piano, guitar, and drums, which pull together all the information into complete, publication-worthy pieces of sheet music.
- Notating pitch with clefs
- Notating duration
- Adding time signature and bars
- Using dots and ties
- Modifying pitch
- Notating scales
- Communicating expressions such as tempo and performance
- Notating chord progressions
- Notating vocals and lyrics
- Formatting a score
Skill Level Beginner
1. Notating Pitch
2. Notating Duration and Rhythm
3. Modifying Pitch and Scales
4. Communicating Expression
5. Notating Form
6. Notating Chords and Chord Progressions
7. Slash and Rhythmic Notation
8. Vocal Music and Lyrics
9. Score and Part Formatting
10. Notation Examples
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