The Nature of Sound, part 5 in this music theory series.
Welcome to MM5, the last in the series about the nature of sound. In this episode, we’ll discuss musical and audio density, spatial location, panning, and ambisonics. Then we’ll jump into the kind of music theory we’ll discuss along with an explanation of what music theory is, how it originated, neumes, mensural notation, and why music theory is relevant to you.
Music tracks featured in this episode are from Byron Fry’s “Explosive” album and is available at this link.
Download FREE Chapters from my 221-page book, Practical Rhythmic Sightreading, here.
Instructions: Right-click on the title of an excerpt then select “Save Link As” and it will download it as a PDF document. The corresponding audio files are not downloadable but will play on the website so you can practice along with the book excerpts.