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[SIGMusic] Crash course in Music Theory
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- Subject: [SIGMusic] Crash course in Music Theory
- From: Alex Paul <ajpaul2@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 11:01:10 -0600
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My uncle is a musician, retired Electrical Engineer, and UIUC Alum.
He wrote this short, 7 page crash course in basic music theory.
I think it could be extremely helpful to people who love music but
didn't jive with their middle school orchestra (me). Much of why I
pursue computer music is because technology has allowed me to be lazy
avoid trying to learn all this on my own, and I suspect some others
among us may be in a similar situation. Anyway, I highly recommend
carefully reading through this, at least once.
Also, what do y'alls think about having a workshop, going through the
contents of this stuff?