http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/list-of-all-major-and-minor-chords-and-how-they-are-formed/ QUICKLY HIT ON THIS LINK AND LEARN ALL THE MAJOR AND THE MINOR CHORDS AND THE THEORY BEHIND THEIR FORMATION...
Lots of people have great deal of confusion regarding the dominant 7th, major 7th, and the minor 7th chords.. Clear your confusion here easily :) http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/list-of-all-dominant-7th-chords/
All minor scales and how they are formed...Many of us have been playing the major and the minor scales without actually knowing how they are formed...Lets learn them now here : http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/list-of-all-minor-scales-and-how-they-are-formed-with-chart-and-diagrams/
UNDERSTANDING THE INTERVALS IN MUSIC.....To understand the intervals properly, let us consider two scales: one major scale and one minor scale. of the same pitch. The numbers “I-VII” denote the position of each note with respect to a given scale: for example, ‘I’ denotes the first note (root note), ‘II’ denotes the second note of the scale, and so on...Please follow this link to read the complete article : http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/understanding-the-intervals/
What is a scale in music? Why should we know scales? A dfferent and an interesting way of understanding music... Please read the whole article here: http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/the-very-first-music-lesson-for-all-musicians-what-is-a-scale-in-music-why-do-we-need-to-learn-scales/
All pentatonic scales and how they are formed.....One of the most commonly used scales in Rock music and Metal music, this scale, as the name suggests (‘Penta’), consists of five(5) notes. And the word ‘minor’ after ‘Pentatonic’ makes it easy to guess that these 5 notes are some way related to minor scales. Please read the complete article here: http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/list-of-all-pentatonic-minor-scales-and-how-they-are-formed-with-chart-and-diagrams/
A major scale consists of 7 notes (8th being the octave). Let us take the example of ‘C’ major scale to understand how major scales are formed. To read the complete article please follow the link (this will enhance your understanding) : http://musicterrene.com/2015/08/03/list-of-all-major-scales-and-how-they-are-formed-with-chart-and-diagrams/