Adam Neely New Horizons in Music
Adam Neely New Horizons in Music
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Video essays, lessons and vlogs on new horizons in music and music theory. NYC-based bass player and composer Adam Neely brings you a new video every Monday exploring what music means, and what it means to be a musician.

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Also...who are the most influential keyboard players in jazz today, and what are some good tips on combating stage fright? Sungazer is going on tour! Check out ...
 
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I played a piece by Maryanne Amacher to a bunch of YouTubers and filmed their reactions. Insane stuff! Listen to the full album that “Chorale” is off of! (It starts at ...
 
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Ya like jazz? You will! There are 7 levels of Jazz Harmony, and we'll explore each of them through reharmonizing the chorus of one of my favorite tunes from ...
 
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Also, can you play an 8/5 time signature, and how do you use the whole tone scale? :18 Is the lick a dead meme? :31 How can I apply Whole Tone scales to my ...
 
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Let's demystify songwriting! Guitarist/YouTuber/Animator Ben Levin and I wrote a song, and we documented the whole process through the initial sketch to the ...
 
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Katy Perry just lost a $2.8 million dollar court case against Christian rapper Flame. The case hinged on the testimony of the plaintiff's expert musicologist Todd ...
 
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I asked my friend Ben Levin to guess what intervals matched with which emotional reaction based on the research of music cognition scientist David Huron.
 
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My band Sungazer plays to backing tracks - are we cheating? Or are we simply continuing the tradition of Pierre Schaefer and the electroacoustic avant-garde of ...
 
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432 Hz might be how we should be tuning our instruments, but.... ...most justifications for 432 require it to be in really wacky tuning systems for the numbers to ...
 
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Exploring Polytonality, musical memes, and picardy thirds! Answering all of your questions about bass and music in general. BASS Many thanks to Brendan ...
 
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