How To Find All Scales Containing Specific Intervals In One Simple Step

Let's say you want to find all scales that contain a major third, followed by a half step, follow by a minor third (M3  H  m3) Use the search button in Tessitura Pro and you will get all scales that contain those intervals in that order These are the named structures found You can include all... Continue Reading →

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4 Ways to View A Scale’s Intervalic Formula using Tessitura Pro App for iOS and macOS

There are 4 ways you can represent a scale's intervalic formula: Degrees Chord-Tones and Tensions Roman Numerals Melodic Intervals Degrees Here's the major scale (Ionian) as degrees. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (all degrees al major) Chord-Tones and Tensions The major scale as chord tones (1 3 5 7) and tensions (9 11 13)... Continue Reading →

Tessitura Pro Tip of the Day #5: How to see every mode in any scale. Tessitura Pro: The whole world of scales over the Circle of Fifths.

Tessitura Pro Tip of the Day #5: How to see every mode in any scale.Tessitura Pro: The whole world of scales over the Circle of Fifths.#ScalesAndModes #MusicEducation #MusicScales #ChordScales #CircleOfFifthshttps://t.co/C6vnN9cv6C pic.twitter.com/KUNR5lEjei— mDecks Music (@mDecksMusic) May 28, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Tessitura Pro tip of the day #4: How to apply a melodic pattern, approaches and a rhythm pattern to any scale. Tessitura Pro: The whole world of scales over the Circle of Fifths.

Tessitura Pro tip of the day #4: How to apply a melodic pattern, approaches and a rhythm pattern to any scale.Tessitura Pro: The whole world of scales over the Circle of Fifths.#ScalesAndModes #MusicEducation #MusicScales #ChordScales #CircleOfFifthshttps://t.co/C6vnN9cv6C pic.twitter.com/gOtWFFatxv— mDecks Music (@mDecksMusic) May 25, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Recommended Practice for your ABRSM sight-reading test

Remember when you have to look for good sight-reading examples at your level to improve your sight-reading? Pieces that fit your instrument's range in different key signatures, time signatures, with different rhythms, syncopations or subdivisions, etc. ... and how hard it was to evaluate your performance? Am I playing this right? Did I miss a note...?... Continue Reading →

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