SEE HOW CHORDS, NOTES AND SCALES RELATE
The Music Theory Illustrated App shows notes, scales, modes, chords and chord progressions in every possible key. With this app, musicians with even a limited knowledge of music theory can "calculate" answers to their music theory questions. More advanced musicians can use it as a tool for composing and arranging music. It works for all instruments and all skill levels. You don't need to be able to read music to understand it.
The app covers ten must-know topics that musicians deal with when creating or improvising music. Even the best musicians can find uncommon chords and keys challenging. This app simplifies all of that and guarantees better accuracy.
THINK LIKE A MUSICIAN
As a learning tool, the app show how notes, chords and scales work together to make music. You will see the patterns on which all music is based. Knowing these pattern can improve your playing regardless your previous musical experience. The Music Theory Illustrated App gets you thinking and talking like a musician. One day you will have all this musical knowledge in your head but until you do, it will be nice to have it at your finger tips.
The app shows:
• how SCALES & MODES relate to chords
• CHORD CONSTRUCTION formulas
• how the CIRCLE OF FIFTHS works
• CHORD PROGRESSIONS in major and minor keys
• how to make CHORD SUBSTITUTIONS
• the INTERVAL distant from any two notes
• how to MODULATE & TRANSPOSE from one key to another
GET THE MOST FROM YOUR MUSIC LESSONS
This app is designed to show all the information presented by music teachers, on-line courses and schools in a simple, graphic format. Its convenience helps you to get the most from your music lessons, self-study programs, or college classes. You can learn music faster when you add it to your learning program.
THIS APP MAKES "CENTS"
There are plenty of expensive books, DVDs, and online study courses that TELL you about music but nothing SHOWS the technical working of music in every key like this app. Dollar for dollar and note for note the Music Theory Illustrated App is your best bet. It allows you to improve your playing, composing and improvising without spending a lot of money. It is also supported by Lotus Music which has for over a decade offered plenty of free and helpful information.