Guy Babusek

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Theory: Intervals, Triads and Chords


musician/member name: Guy Babusek
Duration: 00:13:27
description:
Here is a very basic introduction to intervals, triads and chords to prepare us to harmonize melodies.
Guy Babusek
01/14/16 12:08:19AM @guy-babusek:

Tumbleweed:
Thanks Guy for this video.  Hubby bought me a bass guitar last October and an amp for it for Christmas. He plays by ear. I have had a little bit of music theory but this video was a great refresher for me. I will try to get Hubby to watch. He plays keyboard and I play back up to him. I have flung a few zingers at him like "what is the root note of your chord" He then asks me what is a root?.......etc.   This video will figure it out for both of us. TW

Great!  I'm so happy it was helpful!!


Tumbleweed
01/13/16 11:19:18PM @tumbleweed:

Thanks Guy for this video.  Hubby bought me a bass guitar last October and an amp for it for Christmas. He plays by ear. I have had a little bit of music theory but this video was a great refresher for me. I will try to get Hubby to watch. He plays keyboard and I play back up to him. I have flung a few zingers at him like "what is the root note of your chord" He then asks me what is a root?.......etc.   This video will figure it out for both of us.

TW


Guy Babusek
01/12/16 11:03:23PM @guy-babusek:

John W. McKinstry:
Thanks Guy for going back to the basics.  It has given me a better understanding of what I am doing.

Thank you for watching, John! I'm glad you enjoyed that!!


John W. McKinstry
01/12/16 03:28:30PM @john-w-mckinstry:

Thanks Guy for going back to the basics.  It has given me a better understanding of what I am doing.


Guy Babusek
01/09/16 10:27:52AM @guy-babusek:

Dusty Turtle:
This is very helpful, Guy.  You cram a lot of information into this brief piece, but you do it very clearly and concisely. I never knew what the vii chord was called, so "leading tone triad" is a new one to me! I hope you don't mind if I link to this video from the website I maintain for my local dulcimer group. I think a lot of people will benefit from it.  

Thank you, Dusty. I'm glad you liked it. Feel free to link anything you like, I'm here to help!


Dusty Turtle
01/09/16 02:56:00AM @dusty-turtle:

This is very helpful, Guy.  You cram a lot of information into this brief piece, but you do it very clearly and concisely.

I never knew what the vii chord was called, so "leading tone triad" is a new one to me!

I hope you don't mind if I link to this video from the website I maintain for my local dulcimer group. I think a lot of people will benefit from it.

 


Guy Babusek
01/09/16 02:54:41AM @guy-babusek:

Strumelia:
Guy, this is really clear and great!  Thanks for your efforts- wonderful!
Thank you so much, Strumella! I hope someone gets some use from it!


Strumelia
01/08/16 11:19:16PM @strumelia:

Guy, this is really clear and great!  Thanks for your efforts- wonderful!