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mDecks Music Blog provides music theory and practice.
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“There are 2048 scales in music, no more, no less. 12 of them are intervals (scales with only two notes), and 344 of the other 2036 ..read more
One of the best ear training exercises you can do to learn jazz standards and improvisation is Target Notes. Target Notes over Complete ..read more
If you want to adapt popular music to jazz, the best approach is to think of the harmonic functions (rather than just the chords) and then ..read more
There are many ways to expand and develop a chord-voicings vocabulary. A standard approach is to stack simple structures (triads, quartals ..read more
Enter the giveaway for a chance to win the 4 new amazing ADD-ONS in Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro (iOS version).   ENTER GIVEAWAY HERE ..read more
Starting on version 7.8.8, Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro macOS now offers two incredible and unprecedented add-ons: Upper Structures  & ..read more
For a piano player, knowing how to voice chords is an essential skill, not only for comping (accompanying or laying the chord progression ..read more
NO SOUND ON iOS VERSION? Please make sure you iPad or iPhone are not muted (bell icon on the iPad, physical mute on the iPhone) or in ..read more
  In this tutorial we’ll explain how to download, unzip and import progressions in Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro iOS. You can follow the ..read more
This version of Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro works very similar to the macOS version, including the ability to import the XML files with the ..read more

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