Music Analysis Showdown: Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro vs ChatGPT

https://youtu.be/dcjhUI3-n6I We compare and analyze Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro and ChatGPT's abilities in music theory and technology. We demonstrate how each tool can be used to understand harmonic progressions in jazz and compare their accuracy, speed, and ease of use. This video is perfect for musicians, composers, and music educators looking to enhance their understanding... Continue Reading →

Augmented Sixth Chords, As Digested By A Jazz Musician. Tonal Harmony Tutorial

Today we're going to talk about this chord: Nowadays we see this chord as a subV/V, but in the Classical period this chord was treated using a very different perspective. Composers back then, saw this chord as an augmented sixth chord. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsHK_5iPHKQ Watch the entire lesson here Although these two points of view are very... Continue Reading →

How To Open & Play iReal Pro Songs In Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro 9 (MUSIC-XML)

The ability to import iReal Pro songs into Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is a long-awaited feature. Let's be honest, while iReal Pro is pretty much a standard in the world of backing track apps, Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro backing tracks are far superior in musicality and sound quality. Practicing with an accompaniment that is musical... Continue Reading →

How Did Beethoven Write Music? Symphony No.1 Theme A (Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro)

Let's look at the A theme in Beethoven's first symphony. https://youtu.be/fMTXsD5-e9I We've already talked about his incredible opening, and how he used a secondary dominant in the subdominant region, breaking with all of the norms. https://youtu.be/09Kx9rGpJDM Harmony of Beethoven. Beethoven’s Killer Opening in Symphony No.1 in C Major Tonal harmony & harmony functions The A theme... Continue Reading →

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