Music Intervals Owned: Recognize intervals like a Beast!
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Recognizing music intervals can be tricky right?... NOT ANYMORE!
Music Intervals Owned is the ultimate solution and guide to recognizing all 11 intervals from the Minor 2nd through to the Perfect Octave.
FREE, Only 25 minutes long, and delivered by the established and engaging music educator Danny Blaker, Music Intervals Owned is an invaluable resource for all music students and musicians alike, and the only one of its kind.
NOTE: Mystery Word Challenge
Throughout this course 3 mystery word messages will appear during the videos. These words allude to musical terminology that relate to the content discussed. If you can guess them correctly, you will receive a free copy of my album - Twilight.
For more details, see the description of the first lecture!
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|Section 1: Course|
Welcome to the first lecture of Music Intervals Owned!
In these descriptions you will find some key points, along with some extra insights that aren't in the videos. You will still need to download the FREE course notes in order to get the list of techniques used in the course.
The lecture descriptions will also be used to compile feedback, comments, and suggestions you have that relate to specific intervals.
To celebrate my recent launch of D-tones (link in resources section of this lecture), I'd like to offer 1 FREE set to each of my Music Intervals Owned students. To claim, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following.
If you decipher the 3 mystery words throughout this course (as mentioned in the course summary) Please submit your answers via email to email@example.com to recieve your free digital copy of Twilight.
Minor 3rd : "The Phone Funeral"
Major 3rd : "The Patronus"
Perfect 4th : "The Wannabe"
Pefect 5th : "The Hero"
Minor 6th : "The Villain"
Major 6th : "What the?"
Minor 7th : "The Flare"
Major 7th : "The Break Fall"
Perfect 8th (Octave) : "The Finale Rocket"
The Tritone : "The Darkness"
|Section 2: Resources Part 1: Interval VS Interval|
Perfect 4th VS Perfect 5th
Minor 2nd VS Major 7th
Perfect 5th VS Perfect 8th (Octave)
Major 3rd VS Major 6th
Minor 2nd VS Major 2nd
|Section 3: Resources Part 2: Exercises|
Exercise 1 - Chromatic Intervals
Exercise 2 - Chromatic Scale
Exercise 3 - Sound Textures
Exercise 4 - Singing Sniper
Exercise 5 - Story Mode
|Section 4: Conclusion|
Danny is currently head of marketing at one of Australia’s most prominent enterprise technology firms – Ice-storm Digital Solutions, and either is currently - or has been - involved in delivering and project managing enterprise-level online platforms for large-scale corporate clients including ESI Insurance, NCIS Insurance, CorusApp, Monash University, and ARIA amongst many others. He has a wealth of experience in the start-up and technology sectors spanning over 10 years, and is the founder and co-founder of numerous companies and initiatives - most recent of which is Lean Startup Chat.
Danny's diverse skill set encompasses disruptive marketing strategy, business strategy, product design, data analysis (R, R Markdown, Python), graphics design, communications, social media marketing, project management, growth strategy, UX design, front-end web development (WP, Joomla, JS, Python, HTML, CSS), and corporate law.
Danny is also a spreadsheet expert and an online instructor teaching in all his areas of expertise at Udemy. His courses have amassed thousands of students to date.
Danny also blogs regularly – you can find his posts at Lean Startup Chat. And out of interest, he's also performed around the world as a pianist in his spare time.
You can reach Danny on twitter @DannyBlaker