Music theory

Useful to any performer who wants to understand more about why some things sound good and some don’t, how music is notated and how to create 2 and 3 part vocal harmonies.

If you decide on a particular way of singing a line of a song that sounds great, how do you do it again next time you sing it and then a week later at the next rehearsal?

The best way would be to record the sound, but unless you are within spitting distance of a tape recorder this often isn’t possible so the next best option is to jot it down, even if crudely.

Coaching covers:

  • time signatures
  • scales and keys
  • notation
  • harmony
  • intervals

… and much much more!