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Music Theory for Digital Audio Workstation

Music Theory for Digital Audio Workstation

This is an open, experimental prototype learning by doing course. It is intended for people who do not have much formal music education but do have some experience creating music using any digital audio work station (DAW) that has a piano roll editor (for example, FL Studio, ProTools, or GarageBand). Knowing a little theory can open up your options as a music composer, arranger, and producer. Many people who love to work with DAWs cannot read music. If this describes you, you may have encountered an extra challenge when you want to learn useful music theory concepts. It is difficult to discuss the concepts without being able to “point to” specific examples in music, but music theory concepts are typically presented using notated music. Spotting the concepts in a picture of the sound, such... Show More
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