#1
I have been looking over the crusade articles for a while and theory is still a little confusing to me. I hope to get into a college someday and study music theory but I believe you have to perform what you know for them first. Does anyone know and really good theory sites with tests and stuff? Also if there is any books that might be better than online, what would you suggest? Thanks
#6
If you're new to Music theory, I suggest you read the Wikipedia articles.

Then, when you think you've got a good idea, check out this site and apply what you learned to your Guitar playing, it'll change the way you play drastically.


http://www.superstringtheory.com/index.html


Music theory isn't for everyone. But if you can understand it, the worlds are endless.
#7
Quote by Selig_Free
If you're new to Music theory, I suggest you read the Wikipedia articles.

Then, when you think you've got a good idea, check out this site and apply what you learned to your Guitar playing, it'll change the way you play drastically.


http://www.superstringtheory.com/index.html


Music theory isn't for everyone. But if you can understand it, the worlds are endless.


STRING THEORY!
#10
Quote by Selig_Free
If you're new to Music theory, I suggest you read the Wikipedia articles.

Then, when you think you've got a good idea, check out this site and apply what you learned to your Guitar playing, it'll change the way you play drastically.


http://www.superstringtheory.com/index.html


Music theory isn't for everyone. But if you can understand it, the worlds are endless.


I might be reading the site wrong. And it's entirely possible that it has nothing to do with music at all. However, I believe you Selig, so I spent some time trying to really apply what that site tells me towards my music making.


From what I gather, if I can somehow manage to voice a Cb7dmE54Fmaj, while doing a half-gainer, I can create a mini-black hole and travel through time. Is that right?