The most fun and practical way to learn to play and understand modes on the guitar. Modes are an important element of music theory for the guitar. No ...
The most fun and practical way to learn to play and understand modes on the guitar. Modes are an important element of music theory for the guitar. No matter what style of music you play, a complete understanding of scales, melody, harmony and chord structure is not possible without understanding modes. FretAppsÂ® Modes 101 is a guitarist's guide to the seven fundamental modes. Each mode is shown as a color coded form. You can see and hear where the notes can be played on the guitar fretboard in all twelve diatonic keys. The modes are played at a moderate tempo, and you can play along to practice your fingering. The modes are grouped in symmetrical pairs - called "modules" - which show specific modal relationships and enable you to learn two modes at a time. Fingering is provided for each mode, along with an explanation of its interval structure and standard musical notation. Because the modes are shown as single octave patterns which are grouped symmetrically, not only do you learn how each mode is structured and played, but also the overall symmetries of the guitar fretboard. This principle of symmetry is the basis of the FretographyÂ® method on which Modes 101 is based. By visualizing the notes on the guitar fretboard symmetrically, otherwise baffling concepts of music theory are simplified. Features include; * Every mode in every key, with note names and scale degrees * Fingering for each mode scale, in both moveable and open-string positions * Full 24-fret "pinch-to-zoom" guitar fretboard * Superb graphics in portrait and landscape views * Displays note names and scale degrees on the whole fretboard * All the 27 most practical 3-string/single-octave mode forms * Built-in browser access to FretApps blog featuring the pioneering Fretography Guitar Method About FretAppsÂ®; FretAppsÂ® are based on the FretographyÂ® guitar method created by guitarist and teacher Mark Newstetter. For guitar theory exercises and tutorials, visit www.fretography.blogspot.com For technical info and support, visit www.fretapps.blogspot.com FretApps is powered by CosmiCube www.cosmicube.com
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