MUSIC
Acoustic Guitar for Beginners: Learn to Play Acoustic Guitar Read Music and Play Songs
If you’ve always loved the sound of the guitar and longed to play it, then you’ve come to right place. With this book, you’ll learn the magic of music and musical instruments. Every modern band has at least one guitar in the group. The guitar is not only easy to play, but it is also versatile. And who doesn’t love a great guitar solo? The guitar can fill in the tones ranging from the lows of the bass guitar to the highs of the lead guitar. In this book, you’ll learn about the different types of guitars, the material used to make them, and the kind of music you can play.Underlying music is the theory that defines the arrangement of notes and the way you play chords. Learning this will help you understand how the world of music connects each instrument and forms a song. You can open magical doors by understanding how to transition between notes and use chords.In this book you’ll discover:
Acoustic Guitar for Beginners: Advanced Guide for Playing Songs and Recording Guitar Like A Pro
The world of music has revolved around the guitar for a long time and if you want to learn about this famous instrument, then look no further.

This complete guide features the best learning processes and tips for beginners interesting in learning to play the acoustic guitar. The structure has been simplified so that each chapter focuses on just one essential part of the learning process so that you can pick up tips quicker.

Each chapter focuses on the basics first and then moves on to some intermediate tips for the individuals who want to learn additional information.
My Guitar Book Complete: 4 Books in 1!
About My Guitar Book Complete My Guitar Book Complete : 4 Books in 1! All 4 books of the My Guitar Books series are collected in this one book. Go from the basics of learning to play guitar to becoming a competent rhythm player then on to mastering the skills of the lead guitarist!Books in the My Guitar Books series: 1) My Guitar Tutor : Basics & Beyond 2) My Guitar Progressions : Beginner to Pro 3) My Guitar Scales : Play Lead Guitar 4) My Guitar Journal : Save Your Music Here.
Electric Guitar For Beginners: Easy Rock Riffs 2018
Learn to play the electric guitar like a pro with this essential guide to electric guitar.
With over 100 easy rock riffs to play in every key (A to G) in 5 unique styles of rock music, this book will teach you how to become a versatile guitarist with a sound understanding in all the crucial techniques.

What's more is that this book is suitable for complete beginners as it contains an extensive introduction to guide you through the basics of guitar from day one. With step by step lessons in playing chords, mastering rock guitar, playing solos, how to pick properly and much more, it's never been easier to become the guitarist you've always dreamed of being.
Piano Scales In Keyboard View - No Music Reading Ability Necessary!
Every Piano Scale and Arpeggio that you will ever need in keyboard view!

Included in this book is the following:

An introduction to finger crossovers;
Every major and minor scale (melodic and harmonic) with fingering in keyboard view;
Major and minor pentatonic scales in the most used keys in keyboard view;
Music Composition For Dummies 2nd Edition
You can hum it, but can you write it down?

When most people think of a composer, they picture a bewigged genius like Mozart or Beethoven frenetically directing mighty orchestras in the ornate palaces of Vienna. While that may have been the case once upon a time, modern composers make themselves heard far beyond the classical conservatoire and concert hall. These days, soundtracks are in high demand in industries such as TV, film, advertising, and even gaming to help create immersive and exciting experiences. Whatever your musical ambitions—composing a dark requiem in a beautiful Viennese apartment or producing the next great Star Wars-like movie theme in LA—the fully updated Music Composition For Dummies hits all the right notes to help you become confident in the theory and practice of composition.
The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain
The study of music and the brain can be traced back to the work of Gall in the 18th century, continuing with John Hughlings Jackson, August Knoblauch, Richard Wallaschek, and others. These early researchers were interested in localizing musicality in the brain and learning more about how music is processed in both healthy individuals and those with dysfunctions of various kinds. Since then, the research literature has mushroomed, especially in the latter part of the 20th and early 21st centuries.
Music Theory: A Fun and Easy Guide to Understanding Music
Welcome to "Music Theory ".
If you wish there was a fun and engaging way to help you understand the fundamentals of music, then this is it. Whether it's learning to read music, understanding chords and scales, musical forms, or improvising and composing, this enjoyable guide will help you to finally start understanding the structure and design of music.

This fun-filled, easy-to-use guide includes:
Home Recording For Dummies 6th Edition
Record anywhere with your portable studio

It no longer requires a professional studio to record great music. The tools to create a multi-track song can be found on home computers, tablets, or even smartphones. Home Recording For Musicians For Dummies de-mystifies the world of recording by walking would-be producers and engineers through the steps of recording or creating tracks, making edits, mixing, and mastering into a final product you can share with the world. The book covers how to apply proven recording methods whether you're using a digital device, a computer with recording software, or standalone home recording gear.
Guitar Fretboard: 3 in 1- Beginner's Guide+ Tips and Tricks+ Simple and Effective Strategies for Optimizing the Fretboard
If you are reading, then chances are you love the guitar, and you want to do something about that passion. Why wouldn’t you? It is one of the most beautiful sounding instruments out there, and most of your favorite songs probably have some awesome riffs and licks. We grow up watching our guitar heroes rocking the stage in front of thousands of people, and you cannot help but see yourself in their place. How cool would it be if it were you standing on that stage in a packed stadium, shredding and playing some awesome riffs?
Prev Next