The 45 Hours+ Piano Course

This Piano Course will help you to be able to play any Song or any piece of Music. With 400+ lessons and 45 hours+ of content, this Piano Course is a thorough and structured course that has been designed to take you from a Beginner/Intermediate Level to an Advanced Level on the Piano and musically. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge required in order to be able to play any Song or any piece of Music. This Course is for anyone that wants to learn how to play the Piano/Keyboard and it is also for the people that play the Piano/Keyboard and want to learn more about it. This course consists of "Beginner", "Intermediate" and "Advanced" Materials.

What will you Learn?

Below are the different sections that this Course consists of:

  • Introduction

  • Getting Started

  • Which Piano/Electronic Keyboard should you buy?

  • The Development of Independence between the Right Hand and the Left Hand

  • The logical explanation of how to play the Piano

  • Think of Music and the act of playing the Piano like a Language that you speak, write and read (e.g. the English Language)

  • Musical Intervals

  • Explanation of 'Natural' , 'Sharp' , 'Flat' and 'Enharmonic Equivalent' Musical Notes

  • What is an Accidental? | What are Accidentals?

  • Scales and Major Scales

  • Practical Exercises that you can do to master all the 12 Major Scales

  • Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales

  • Harmonic Minor Scales

  • Melodic Minor Scales and the Jazz Minor Scale

  • The Minor Key/the Minor Scale

  • Another Definition for an Accidental / Accidentals

  • Scale Degrees

  • More about Musical Intervals

  • Chords (Triad Chords) and Harmony

  • Major Scale Triad Chords | How to name the Chords that are within a Major or Minor Scale

  • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

  • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

  • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords

  • The Triad Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

  • Diatonic Chords

  • 7th Chords, 6th Chords & Suspended Chords

  • The Seventh Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

  • Scale Degree names for Chords & the Number System for Major/Minor Scale Chords

  • Pentatonic, Chromatic & Blues Scales 

  • Chord Inversions & Arpeggios

  • Sharps & Flats Explained Further and Tasks for you to do

  • Further Explanations of Natural Minor Scales and their Relative Major Scales

  • Circle of Fifths

  • The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales

  • How to Play Songs by ear and with Chords | Chord Progressions

  • Transposition 

  • Developing the ability to be able to play comfortably in all 12 Keys

  • Different Chord Progressions in all the 12 Keys

  • Rhythms & Improvisation

  • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note

  • Passing Chords | Using Diminished & Augmented Triad Chords as Passing Chords

  • How to use Diminished 7th Chords and the uniqueness of Diminished 7th Chords

  • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord and the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord

  • Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions

  • How to use Secondary Dominant Chords to add Flavour to your Chord Progressions

  • How to use Suspended & Diatonic Chords to add Colour to your Chord Progressions

  • Modulation

  • Cadences

  • How to use Suspended Chords and Diminished Chords

  • How to use Fills , Runs , Arpeggios and Short Melodies to fill in empty spaces

  • Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions

  • Slash Chords

  • The Sustain Pedal

  • How to use Music to create different Atmospheres

  • Ear Training and How to find the key of a song

  • Extended Chords (9th, 11th and 13th Chords)

  • Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords

  • Altered Chords

  • Modes

  • The Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes

  • Improvising with Modes

  • Other types of Scales

  • Conclusion

  • Music Theory Documents that follow the rules of Music Theory (Go through them)

Course curriculum

This Course contains 410 lessons and 45 hours+ of Content.

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Introduction

    • Free content

  • 2

    Getting Started

    • The Layout of the Piano/Keyboard

    • Letters/Names of the Keys on the Piano/Keyboard

    • Piano Fingerings & Hand Movement on the Piano/Keyboard

  • 3

    Which Piano/Electronic Keyboard should you buy?

    • Which Piano/Electronic Keyboard should you buy?

    • Article for which Piano/Electronic Keyboard should you buy?

  • 4

    The Development of Independence between the Right Hand and the Left Hand

    • Part 1 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song)

    • Part 2 of Developing Independence between both hands (includes learning a song)

  • 5

    The logical explanation of how to play the Piano

    • Video of the logical explanation of how to play the Piano

    • Key Points

    • The article for the logical explanation of how to play the Piano

  • 6

    How Music is similar to the Language that you speak, read and write (e.g. the English Language)

    • Think of Music and the act of playing the Piano like a Language that you speak, write and read (e.g. the English Language)

  • 7

    Musical Intervals

    • Musical Intervals

    • Melodic Intervals and Harmonic Intervals | Why Melodic Intervals and Harmonic Intervals are the building blocks of Music

  • 8

    Explanation of 'Natural' , 'Sharp' , 'Flat' and 'Enharmonic Equivalent' Musical Notes

    • Explanation of 'Natural' , 'Sharp' , 'Flat' and 'Enharmonic Equivalent' Musical Notes

    • Article for 'Natural' Notes ; 'Enharmonic Equivalent' Notes ; 'Sharp' and 'Flat' Notes

  • 9

    What is an Accidental? | What are Accidentals?

    • What is an Accidental? | What are Accidentals?

  • 10

    Scales/Major Scales

    • Scales/How to build a Major Scale

    • Why Major and Minor Scales are the building blocks of Music and what the Key of a piece of Music is

    • Video for how to name the musical notes within a Major or Minor Scale Correctly

    • An alternative way of saying that a Song or any piece of Music is in a Major Key

    • Article about the concept of Tonality and Atonality

    • Article about how to name the notes within a Major or Minor Scale Correctly

    • Article about why Major and Minor Scales are the building blocks of Music

    • C Major Scale

    • C# Major Scale

    • D Major Scale

    • E flat Major Scale

    • E Major Scale

    • F Major Scale

    • F# Major Scale

    • G Major Scale

    • A flat Major Scale

    • A Major Scale

    • B flat Major Scale

    • B Major Scale

    • Review of Major Scales

    • Tonic sol-fa

    • Article about how to build Major Scales

  • 11

    Practical Exercises that you can do to master all the 12 Major Scales

    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Left Hand

    • How to practise all the 12 Major Scales with your Right Hand

  • 12

    Minor Scales/Natural Minor Scales

    • Introduction to Minor Scales & Natural Minor Scales

    • C Natural Minor Scale

    • C# Natural Minor Scale

    • D Natural Minor Scale

    • E flat Natural Minor Scale

    • E Natural Minor Scale

    • F Natural Minor Scale

    • F# Natural Minor Scale

    • G Natural Minor Scale

    • A flat Natural Minor Scale

    • A Natural Minor Scale

    • B flat Natural Minor Scale

    • B Natural Minor Scale

    • Fingerings for all the 12 Natural Minor Scales

    • The Natural Minor Scale's Tonic sol-fa

  • 13

    Harmonic Minor Scales

    • Introduction to Harmonic Minor Scales

    • C Harmonic Minor Scale

    • C# Harmonic Minor Scale

    • D Harmonic Minor Scale

    • E flat Harmonic Minor Scale

    • E Harmonic Minor Scale

    • F Harmonic Minor Scale

    • F# Harmonic Minor Scale

    • G Harmonic Minor Scale

    • A flat Harmonic Minor Scale

    • A Harmonic Minor Scale

    • B flat Harmonic Minor Scale

    • B Harmonic Minor Scale

  • 14

    Melodic Minor Scales and the Jazz Minor Scale

    • Introduction to Melodic Minor Scales

    • C Melodic Minor Scale

    • C# Melodic Minor Scale

    • D Melodic Minor Scale

    • E flat Melodic Minor Scale

    • E Melodic Minor Scale

    • F Melodic Minor Scale

    • F# Melodic Minor Scale

    • G Melodic Minor Scale

    • A flat Melodic Minor Scale

    • A Melodic Minor Scale

    • B flat Melodic Minor Scale

    • B Melodic Minor Scale

    • Ascending and Descending Melodic Minor Scales explained

    • The Jazz Minor Scale

    • All the 12 Jazz Minor Scales

  • 15

    The Minor Key/the Minor Scale

    • The Minor Key/the Minor Scale

    • Why there is only 1 Minor Scale

  • 16

    Another Definition for an Accidental / Accidentals

    • Another Definition for an Accidental / Accidentals

  • 17

    Scale Degrees

    • Scale Degrees for the Major Scales and the Natural Minor Scales

    • Scale Degrees for the Harmonic Minor Scales and the Melodic Minor Scales

    • The Tonal Center

    • Scale Degree Numbers

    • Further explanation of the Scale Degree names

  • 18

    More about Musical Intervals

    • Major, Minor and Perfect Intervals

    • Diminished and Augmented Intervals

    • The Perfect Unison

    • The Tritone

    • The Ditone

  • 19

    Chords (Triad Chords) and Harmony

    • The Definition of a Chord and the Definition of Harmony

    • Major, Minor, Augmented and Diminished Triad Chords

  • 20

    Major Scale Triad Chords | How to name the Chords that are within a Major or Minor Scale

    • Overview of Major Scale Triad Chords

    • How to name the Chords that are within a Major or Minor Scale according to the law of Music Theory

    • C Major Scale Triad Chords

    • C# Major Scale Triad Chords

    • D Major Scale Triad Chords

    • E flat Major Scale Triad Chords

    • E Major Scale Triad Chords

    • F Major Scale Triad Chords

    • F# Major Scale Triad Chords

    • G Major Scale Triad Chords

    • A flat Major Scale Triad Chords

    • A Major Scale Triad Chords

    • B flat Major Scale Triad Chords

    • B Major Scale Triad Chords

    • Pattern of the triad chords within each Major Scale

    • Sheet that shows all the Triad Chords in each of the 12 Major Scales

  • 21

    Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • An overview of what is to come

    • C Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • C# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • D Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • E flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • E Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • F Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • F# Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • G Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • A flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • A Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • B flat Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • B Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Pattern of the Triad Chords within each Natural Minor Scale

    • The Triad Chords in all the 12 Natural Minor Scales

  • 22

    Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • The Descending Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • The Triad Chords in all the 12 Melodic Minor Scales

  • 23

    Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • The Triad Chords in all the 12 Harmonic Minor Scales

  • 24

    The Triad Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

    • The Triad Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

  • 25

    Diatonic Chords

    • What is a Diatonic Chord?

  • 26

    7th Chords, 6th Chords & Suspended Chords

    • Major 6th Chord

    • Minor 6th Chord

    • Major 7th Chord

    • Minor 7th Chord

    • What is a Suspended Chord? | Suspended 2nd Chord | Suspended 4th Chord

    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chord

    • Suspended 4th Triad Chord

    • Dominant 7th Chord

    • More about the Dominant 7th Chord

    • Diminished 7th Chord

    • Half-Diminished 7th Chord

    • Augmented-Major 7th Chord

    • Augmented-Minor 7th Chord

    • Minor-Major 7th Chord

    • Scale 7th Chords

    • All the 7th Chords in each Major Scale

    • All the 7th Chords in each Natural Minor Scale

    • All the 7th Chords in each Harmonic Minor Scale

    • All the 7th Chords in each Melodic Minor Scale

    • Added Tone Chord

  • 27

    The Seventh Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

    • The Seventh Chord Patterns in each Major Scale & in each type of Minor Scale

  • 28

    Scale Degree names for Chords & the Number System for Major/Minor Scale Chords

    • Number System for Chords within a Scale

    • Number System applied to the triad Chords within each Major Scale

    • Number System applied to the triad Chords within each Natural Minor Scale

    • Number System applied to the triad Chords within each Harmonic Minor Scale

    • Number System applied to the triad Chords within each Melodic Minor Scale

    • Scale Degree Names for the Chords that are within a Major Scale or a Minor Scale

    • Scale Degree Names for the Triad Chords within each Major Scale

    • Scale Degree Names for the Triad Chords within each Natural Minor Scale

    • Scale Degree Names for the Triad Chords within each Harmonic Minor Scale

    • Scale Degree Names for the Triad Chords within each Melodic Minor Scale

  • 29

    Pentatonic, Chromatic and Blues Scales

    • Major Pentatonic Scale

    • Minor Pentatonic Scale

    • Blues Scale

    • Chromatic Scale

  • 30

    Chord Inversions & Arpeggios

    • Triad Chord Inversions

    • 7th Chord Inversions

    • Arpeggios

    • A Broken Chord and an Arpeggio

    • Practicing Different Triad Chords and their Different Inversions

    • Practicing Different 7th Chords and their Different Inversions

  • 31

    Sharps & Flats Explained Further and Tasks for you to do

    • Further explanations of Sharps & Flats

    • Further explanations for naming the Notes and Chords within a Scale | Tasks

    • Major Scales Notes

    • Natural Minor Scale Notes

    • Harmonic Minor Scale Notes

    • Ascending and Descending Melodic Minor Scale Notes

    • The Jazz Minor Scales

    • Augmented Minor 7th Chords

    • Augmented-Major 7th Chords

    • Diminished 7th Chords

    • Dominant 7th Chords

    • Half Diminished 7th Chords

    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Harmonic Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Major 6th Chords

    • Major 7th Chords

    • Major Pentatonic Scales

    • Major Scale 7th Chords

    • Major Scale Triad Chords

    • Melodic Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Minor 6th Chords

    • Minor 7th Chords

    • Minor Pentatonic Scales

    • Minor-Major 7th Chords

    • Natural Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chords

    • Blues Scale

    • Suspended 4th Triad Chords

  • 32

    Further Explanations of Natural Minor Scales and their Relative Major Scales

    • Further Explanations of Natural Minor Scales and their Relative Major Scales

    • Each Natural Minor Scale with its Relative Major Scale

  • 33

    Circle of Fifths

    • What the Circle of Fifth is and How to build one

    • How to build a Major Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths

    • How to build a Minor Triad Chord using the Circle of Fifths

    • How the Circle of Fifths shows how many sharps & flats are in 12 Major Scales

    • How to find the relative Major & Natural Minor Scales via the Circle of Fifths

  • 34

    The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales

    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in all Major and Minor Scales

    • How to master all the Primary Chords in each Major Key

    • How to master all the Primary Chords in each Natural Minor Key

    • Extending each Primary Chord into a 7th Chord

    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in each Major Scale

    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in each Natural Minor Scale

    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in each Harmonic Minor Scale

    • The Primary and Secondary Chords in each Melodic Minor Scale

  • 35

    How to Play Songs by ear and with Chords | Chord Progressions

    • Introduction of How to play Songs

    • How to play Songs by ear (Part 1)

    • How to play Songs by ear (Part 2)

    • Another method that you can use

    • How to choose the Chords to play for any Song or any piece of Music | How to play any Song or any piece of Music with Chords

    • Getting used to playing with both hands on the Piano (includes learning a Song)

    • An example of a Left Hand Pattern for accompanying Songs

    • More about how to play Songs or a piece of Music with Chords

    • Continuation of How to play Songs by using Chords (Playing by ear) - Part 1

    • Check different Voicings for different Chords

    • How to play Songs by using Chords(Part 2) & How to identify the Chords of a Song

    • Write down the chords of the song you want to play

    • Other Methods that you can use to choose the Chords to play for a Song or any piece of Music

    • You can use a Music Sheet

    • Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords (Part 1)

    • Part 2 of Using Different Left Hand and Right Hand Combinations to play Chords

    • Chord Progressions | 4 popular Chords that a lot of Chord Progressions have

    • How to arpeggiate Chord Progressions

    • Examples of Chord Progressions

    • How Diminished Triad Chords and Augmented Triad Chords are represented through the use of Roman Numerals

    • How to recognise certain Chord Symbols

    • More Chord Symbols

    • Different approaches that can be used to play Songs

  • 36

    Transposition

    • Transposition

    • More on Transposition

    • Another example that shows what it means to Transpose

  • 37

    Developing the ability to be able to play comfortably in all 12 Keys

    • Developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys

    • Part 1b of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys

    • Part 2 of developing the ability to be able to play in all 12 Keys

  • 38

    Different Chord Progressions in all the 12 Keys

    • The I iii vi IV I Chord Progression

    • The I ii vi V I Chord Progression

    • The 1 5 2 4 1 Chord Progression

    • The 2 3 7 5 1 Chord Progression

    • The 3 6 2 5 1 Chord Progression

    • The 4 2 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression

    • The 1 6 5 4 1 Chord Progression

    • The 4 1 2 5 6 Chord Progression

    • The 6 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression

    • The 1 3 4 2 5 1 Chord Progression

    • 1 2 3 4 5 1 Chord Progression

    • 4 3 5 1 Chord Progression

  • 39

    Rhythms & Improvisation

    • Rhythms

    • How to Create Melodies & Tunes with Arpeggios

    • Using Chord notes and Non-Chord notes to create Melodies and another method that you can use to create Melodies

    • More on how to use Chord Notes and Non-Chord Notes to create Melodies

    • Rhythm (Another example of a Rhythm)

    • Improvisation

    • Improvising through Arpeggios and Inverted Chords

    • Improvising by using Pentatonic Scales

    • Using the Blues Scale to Improvise

    • Improvising with the Major and Minor Pentatonic Scales

    • More on the topic of 'Improvisation'

    • How to play Songs by using Arpeggios

  • 40

    What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note

    • What is a Grace Note? | How to use a Grace Note

  • 41

    Passing Chords | Using Diminished & Augmented Triad Chords as Passing Chords

    • Passing Chord/Chords and How to use a Diminished Triad Chord as a Passing Chord

    • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord as a Passing Chord

  • 42

    How to use Diminished 7th Chords and the uniqueness of Diminished 7th Chords

    • The uniqueness of the Diminished 7th Chords

    • How to use Diminished 7th Chords

  • 43

    How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord

    • How to use an Augmented Triad Chord & the uniqueness of an Augmented Triad Chord

  • 44

    Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions

    • Using 7th Chords in Chord Progressions

  • 45

    How to use Secondary Dominant Chords to add Flavour to your Chord Progressions

    • Using a Secondary Dominant Chord (Dominant 7th Chord) in your Chord Progression

    • An example of how to use Secondary Dominant Chords as Passing Chords

    • Using a Secondary Dominant Chord as a Passing Chord for different Chords

  • 46

    How to use Suspended & Diatonic Chords to add Colour to your Chord Progressions

    • How to use Suspended Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions

    • How to use Diatonic Chords to add Colour & Interest to your Chord Progressions

  • 47

    Modulation

    • Definition of Modulation & Using the 5 and 1 Chords to Modulate

    • How to use the Dominant 7th & 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another

    • How to use the Dominant 7th & 1 Chords to modulate between Major and Minor Keys

    • Using the 2, Dominant 7th and 1 Chords to modulate from one Major Key to another

    • How to use Common Chord/Chords between Keys to Modulate

    • How to use the 2-5-1 Chords in a Key to Modulate

  • 48

    Cadences

    • What is a Cadence & What is the Imperfect Authentic Cadence

    • The Perfect Authentic Cadence

    • The Plagal Cadence

    • The Deceptive Cadence

    • The Half Cadence

  • 49

    How to use Suspended Chords and Diminished Chords

    • How to use Suspended Chords

    • How to use a Diminished 7th Chord to modulate into a new Key

    • How to use a Diminished Chord and a Diminished 7th Chord

  • 50

    How to use Fills , Runs , Arpeggios and Short Melodies to fill in empty spaces

    • How to use Fills , Arpeggios and Short Melodies to fill in empty spaces in Songs and in any piece of Music

    • How to use Piano runs to fill in the empty spaces in Songs

  • 51

    Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions

    • Using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions

    • More on using non-diatonic Chords to add colour to your Chord Progressions

    • Using a non-diatonic Augmented Major 7th Chord to add colour

  • 52

    Slash Chords

    • Slash Chords

    • What is a Bassline and how do Slash Chords relate to a Bassline?

    • How to use Slash Chords to create different Basslines

    • A Slash Chord as a Passing Chord

  • 53

    The Sustain Pedal

    • How to use the Sustain Pedal

  • 54

    How to use Music to create different Atmospheres

    • How to use Music to create different Atmospheres

    • Part 2 of How to use Music to create different Atmospheres

    • Diminished Triad Chords Create Tension

  • 55

    Ear Training and How to find the key of a song

    • How to find the key of a song (Part 1)

    • Part 1b of How to find the Key of a Song

    • More Facts about the Key of a Song

    • Part 1C of How to find the Key of a Song

    • Part 1D of How to find the Key of a Song

    • Part 1E of How to find the Key of a Song

    • Part 1F of How to find the Key of a Song

    • Practical example of how to find the Key of any Song that is in a Minor Key

  • 56

    Extended Chords (9th, 11th and 13th Chords)

    • Extended Intervals

    • Simple Intervals and Compound Intervals

    • Detailed explanation of Simple Musical Intervals

    • Detailed explanation of Compound Musical Intervals

    • 9th Chords

    • 11th Chords

    • 13th Chords

    • Playing an extended Chord without playing all the notes that make up the Chord

    • Using Both Hands to play 9th, 11th and 13th Chords

    • More about 9th, 11th and 13th Chords

  • 57

    Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords

    • Chord Voicings and How to use 9th, 11th and 13th Chords

  • 58

    Altered Chords

    • What is an altered Chord?

    • An example of how to use an Altered Chord

  • 59

    Modes

    • Definition of Modes

    • The Ionian, Dorian and the Phrygian modes

    • The Lydian and the Mixolydian modes

    • The Aeolian and the Locrian modes

  • 60

    The Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes

    • Part 1 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes

    • Part 2 of the Classification of Modes into Major and Minor Modes

    • Using Modes for Songwriting

  • 61

    Improvising with Modes

    • Improvising with Major Modes

    • Improvising with Minor Modes

  • 62

    Other types of Scales

    • The Whole-Half Octatonic Scale

    • The Half-Whole Octatonic Scale

    • The Altered (or Super Locrian) Scale

    • The Whole-Tone Scale

    • Lydian Dominant Scale

  • 63

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion

  • 64

    Music Theory Documents that follow the rules of Music Theory (Go through them)

    • Augmented Minor 7th Chords

    • Augmented Major 7th Chords

    • Blues Scales

    • Diminished 7th Chords

    • Dominant 7th Chords

    • Half Diminished 7th Chords

    • Harmonic Minor Scales

    • Harmonic Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Harmonic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Major 6th Chords

    • Major 7th Chords

    • Minor 6th Chords

    • Major Scales

    • Major Scale Triad Chords

    • Major Scale 7th Chords

    • Minor 7th Chords

    • Suspended 2nd Triad Chords

    • Suspended 4th Triad Chords

    • Minor-Major 7th Chords

    • The Ascending and the Descending Melodic Minor Scales

    • Melodic Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Melodic Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Natural Minor Scales

    • Major Pentatonic Scales

    • Minor Pentatonic Scales

    • Natural Minor Scale 7th Chords

    • Natural Minor Scale Triad Chords

    • Major 9th Chords

    • Minor 9th Chords

    • Dominant 9th Chords

    • Diminished 9th Chords

    • Augmented-Major 9th Chords

    • Augmented Minor 9th Chords

    • Half Diminished 9th Chords

    • Major 11th Chords

    • Minor 11th Chords

    • Dominant 11th Chords

    • Diminished 11th Chords

    • Augmented-Major 11th Chords

    • Augmented Minor 11th Chords

    • Half Diminished 11th Chords

    • Major 13th Chords

    • Minor 13th Chords

    • Dominant 13th Chords

    • Diminished 13th Chords

    • Augmented-Major 13th Chords

    • Augmented Minor 13th Chords

    • Half Diminished 13th Chords

    • The Ionian modes

    • The Dorian Modes

    • The Phrygian Modes

    • The Lydian Modes

    • The Mixolydian Modes

    • The Aeolian Modes

    • The Locrian Modes

    • All the 12 Jazz Minor Scales