Modern techno sounds more repetitive, bass-y, muted and dark.
C D E F G A B
C C# D D# E F F# G G# A A# B
B Bb A Ab G Gb F E Eb D Db C
Intervals of C chromatic scale:
Note | # Semitones | Interval name ---------------------------------- C | 0 | Unissone C# | 1 | Major 2nd
Alternative sheet music for piano: https://medium.com/happy-ninja/how-i-d-redesign-piano-sheet-music-355c4f9012f1
Nice tabs of a Math Rock band: http://www.tabit.net/tabs/list.php?f=5655
Open source book about music theory! http://openmusictheory.com/contents.html
Started to study music. Acoustic or electric guitar as main instrument. Computer as second instrument. I have a physical notebook with some notes. Planned how to study:
What to study:
Chromatic scale (ascending and descending)
Tone and subtone
Major scale (TTSTTTS)
Acidents: fifth and forth circles (# and b)
Chords: CAGED and Triads like 1+3+5 = Major, ... (BUILD ANY CHORD)
Harmonic Major Scale (I IIm IV V VIm VII' VIII) (WRITE SONGS, SCALES and CHORDS)
Cadence: Authentic, plagal, ...
Structure of Diatonic Chord Progressions (JAM WITH A BAND)
Minor Scales (Natural, Harmonic and Melodic) (EXPAND OPTIONS TO COMPOSE)
Pentatonic Scale (HOW ROCK/BLUES WORKS)
Diatonic Serie of Seventh Chords
Modes (JAZZ BACKGROUND)
Here you should be able to jam songs, write songs and analyse/desconstruct them Now it's time to more "classical" composition/analysis/playing Study the content of Open Music Theory book and start composing Use the computer to compose and ML, constraints...