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Two scales to compose (almost) any melody

By | 2017-07-22T21:13:41+00:00 July 13th, 2017|

Somebody that doesn't know music theory may think that composition is complex. Indeed, there are tons of scales, chords, and strange terms, learning all of this must be hard and take forever. Don’t worry, once you have the logic, you realize that is really simpler than it looks. Long music studies are useful for a deep understanding classical music (symphonies, operas …) or for music research. But to compose like Paul McCartney, it requires a lot of creativity and a little knowledge. This blog aims to bring you this "little knowledge”. How to create a melody? A melody is a succession of notes [...]

How to compose music – the building blocks of music (introduction)

By | 2017-07-23T17:12:54+00:00 July 8th, 2017|

Hello everyone and welcome to this first course. When I learned how to create music, something struck me: music is exciting but the way it is usually taught is boring. So, I have decided to create this website to make music composition practical, intuitive and adapted to the way people make music today. My goal is to teach you how to create your own songs with as less boring technical stuff as I can. You don't need any prerequisites about music theory or to know how to read a music sheet, you can start from scratch! Lessons are designed to fit any modern music genres and instruments. [...]