However, as others have pointed out, E-flat, B-sharp, etc., DO exists. As most people know, when writing out a scale, you can't repeat a note. This is when these notes come into play. On the other hand, this is a beginner tutorial, it's not an all out, hardcore, learn it all lesson. So, with that being said, everyone chill. It's good work.
Thanks, you seem to be the only one who understands lol.
I have to disagree...
Just because it is not proper/common to use F-flat, E-sharp, C-flat, or B-sharp, does not change the fact that a flat is a half-step down and a sharp is a half-step up. Instead of saying they don't exist, try explaining that E & F and B & C are a half step apart. Other than that, it was pretty good. Keep up the good work. :)
I guess I need to fix that lol. I didn't want to confuse anyone, but I guess I'm getting the most criticism on that.
not something i expected to see on this site, lol, crazy train?
Yea, I know. I just needed an example song that EVERYONE has heard before.
why is this in the game section when it says watch this movie
accidently had it in the game catagory when it was awarded =S
Informative but not necesarily accurate
buddy great presentation look forward to the second one but there are three clefs base treble and c clef. now i understand overlooking the c clef beacause no one care about the damb oboe
I didn't mean to word it the way I did. I just wanted to show the people the basic two clefs and not confuse anyone. I guess I should reword that lol