Which major or minor do you want for electronic music composition mixing and mastering?
I'd honestly recommend a buisness background. This may seem strange, but coming from someone with over 2 decades of musical background and a masters in music, music as a university course is a dead end. True ingenuity does not come from a classroom. Art by nature is subjective and therefore the true essence of music can never be touched upon by traditional classes. If you have talent, then you have talent. The trick isn't getting the credentials to justify it. You'll see plenty of successful artists with nothing but a high school diploma. The trick is marketing yourself well, getting connections and at least having a fall back plan if all goes to hell.
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You cannot transpose from a major key to a minor key. You can change the key of a piece, but transposition must be either major or minor. Actually you can transpose from maj…or to minor but it won't always sound right. First write down the chord functions for each chord in the major key (eg. I ii iii IV V VI viio). Then write down the interval of each melody note (eg. C over a G chord is a perfect fifth). Then for the minor key write out the chords using the chord functions as your guide. So if C was in major key, acting as I chord, in the key of Am you would have an Am chord. In minor keys we use a mixture of natural minor, harmonic and melodic minor which affects which chords you will use in your minor key. For example, in the key of Am the V chord might be E major (not E minor) using the G# from the melodic minor scale (or harmonic minor scale). It has a stronger resolution. For the melody use minor intervals instead of major intervals - so use minor 3rd instead of major 3rd, minor 6ths and 7ths. So if you had an E melody over C chord in major key you would have C melody note over Am chord. This doesn't always work but can get you started.
Pretty much almost any Mac. It's best to get the one with the most RAM because audio files take up a lot of space. Macs are known for quick performance and not as many glitche…s as other computers. But its a highly debated subject whether Macs or PCs are better. But personally I would recommend a Mac. They're designed to take on tasks such as mixing and storing audio files.
All keys have a relative major or relative minor. If it is a major key go down 3 half steps. If it is a minor key go up 3 steps.. For example A major has these notes:. A - B… - C#- D- E- F#- G#. F# minor has these notes:. F#- G#- A- B- C#- D- E
A minor scale is the same as its major scale with the third and the seventh notes "flatted" or lowered half a step. For example, the key of C has the notes C D E F G A B C in …C minor the E is changed to E-flat and the B is B-flat
The genre is simply its a symphony
If you major in music, there would be no reason to minor in music. It just makes no sense.
Major and Minor keys are different keys. Major keys often have a relative minor which mean that they share the same key signature. Majors tend to have the happier sound, …where as minors are sad and gloomy.
Major are the happy sounds. Minors are the sad sounds. They're used to create different atmospheres.
It can be in either, depending on the chart.
in 1983 with the musical instrument digital interface (MIDI), which allowed musicians and composers to connect synthesizers, instruments, and even computers together and have …electronic signals successfully pass between them.
A major key sounds more bright and cheerful than a dark, evil minor key signature. There are 12 major key signatures (C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, B, E, A, D, and G). To identify… whether a piece is minor, look at the key signature. If the name of the key signature is the name of the last note, then you are in a major key signature. If it is not, chances are you are in a minor key signature.
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