Music Theory For Beat Makers 2 - Learn Chord Progressions
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Music Theory For Beat Makers 2 - Learn Chord Progressions

Learn 4 Chord Progressions You Can Immediately Use To Make Your Beats Stand Out From The Competition!
4.3 (14 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,900 students enrolled
Last updated 5/2016
English
Current price: $15 Original price: $200 Discount: 92% off
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn 4 Popular Chord Progressions Used in Hit Songs on the Radio.
  • Learn How to Used Chord Inversions to Play Progressions Easier and Improve the Sound.
  • Learn How to Apply The Chord 4 Progressions to Your Beats and Take Your Sound to the Next Level.
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Requirements
  • You Must Have a Basic Understanding of How to Create and Play Basic 3 Note Chords on The Piano Before Enrolling
  • If You Don't Have an Understanding of How to Build Chords You Should First Take The First Course in This Music Theory Series Titled "Music Theory For Beat Makers 1: Unlock Your Full Potential"
Description

If you have beat making skills but lack professional training in music theory, then this course will help you understand how to play 4 popular chord progressions used in hit songs on the radio! Instantly separate yourself from other beat makers trying to fumble their way around the piano to put together more musical beats. Anyone can throw together a drum beat but not everyone can actually produce music. After taking this course you will become one of the music producers who can!

The content is divided into four sections. Each core section will cover one of the 4 chord progressions. You will learn how to play the chord progressions in the key of C (all of the white keys) to make it easy for you to learn and understand. Each section also comes with several examples of hit songs the progressions have been used in and a few tips you can use to apply these chords to your own music production.

Student Feedback:

David Benge - "Good clear instruction." (5 star review)

Renato Nakazima - "Great, direct to the point! Easy to understand." (5 star review)

Stewart Cowie - "I've played bass for 20 years but i'm new to keyboards and new to using DAW's and this course has been extremely helpful on both counts. Seeing Joseph build tracks in his DAW was the best part of this course for me, you can learn so much from watching the workflow of people who know what they are doing." (5 star review)

With over 60 minutes of HD quality content and additional resources you will be able to quickly take your beats to the next level!

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Who is the target audience?
  • This Course is Meant for New Music Producers With Natural Ability and Talent to Make Music, But Little to No Formal Training on Piano or Music Theory.
  • You Should Not Take This Course If You Have an Good Understanding of Chords, Chord Progressions, Inversions, And Basic Music Production Techniques That Will Help Make Your Beats Stand Out From The Competition.
Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
01:04:23
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Getting Started
3 Lectures 07:18

Students will be welcomed to the "Music Theory for Beat Makers" course.

Preview 02:06

Students will be given a general overview of the course.

Preview 02:59

Students will be given an overview on what progressions are and why they are important to music and beat making.

Preview 02:13
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Chord Progression #1
4 Lectures 14:56

Students will be introduced to the first progression of the course and will be given a breakdown of how to play it.

Preview 02:03

Students will see the first progression in use and applied in different musical keys to replicate different songs.

Preview 02:01

Students will be introduced to the concept of inversions and how to apply them to their progressions.

Inversions: How to take your chords to the next level!
02:02

Students will learn how they can utilize progression #1 in their music production.

Chord Progression #1: Beat Making Example
08:50
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Chord Progression #2
3 Lectures 13:46

Students will be introduced to the second progression of the course and will be given a breakdown of how to play it.

How to do Chord Progression #2
02:31

Students will see the second progression in use and applied in different musical keys to replicate different songs.

Progression #2 Examples
04:09

Students will learn how they can utilize progression #2 in their music production.

Chord Progression #2: Beat Making Example
07:06
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Chord Progression #3
3 Lectures 20:37

Students will be introduced to the third progression of the course and will be given a breakdown of how to play it.

How to do Chord Progression #3
02:12

Students will see the third progression in use and applied in different musical keys to replicate different songs.

Progression #3 Examples
02:57

Students will learn how they can utilize progression #3 in their music production.

Chord Progression #3: Beat Making Example
15:28
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Chord Progression #4
3 Lectures 07:46

Students will be introduced to the fourth progression of the course and will be given a breakdown of how to play it.

How to do Chord Progression #4
02:21

Students will see the fourth progression in use and applied in different musical keys to replicate different songs.

Progression #4 Examples
02:02

Students will review the major points and production techniques covered in the course.

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