sexta-feira, 16 de novembro de 2012

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                Jokes a side before beginning the study itself, we must learn the nomenclature of the parts of the guitar so that we can know the terms that will be used in our classes and then we can talk the same language. If you find that hard ta, watch videos on youtube, type: guitar NOW. In the videos the thing ta more DIRECT, here we want to enrich more ok?

The diagram below shows the guitar and the names of its parts.

Armed with this information let's name the strings and their tuning :

Parts of the music / sound properties.
Definitions. Música - It is the art of sound. It is divided into three parts: Rhythm - Rhytmos the Greek which means that which possesses Movement. Rhythm is the movement itself, and is found on everything that moves. You, for example, when walking, has some pace, sometimes faster, sometimes slower (depending on your haste!). Rhythm is the most basic part of music, so there can be no music, if there is no rhythm . Melodia - Is a sequence of successive sounds, ie, one after another, which have musical sense. When you whistle a song, for example, you're whistling is actually only part of the song, its melody, devoid of its monitoring. A melody can not be separated from the pace, for it contains in itself, but not is as fundamental as a part of the rhythm, since there are no songs that have melody. Harmony - It's part of studying music notes played simultaneously, ie the chords (three or more notes played simultaneously) that accompany the melody. Their study is essential for the guitarist, because the guitar is essentially an instrument with great harmonic and melodic possibilities, however, there are songs that do not have harmony, being composed only of rhythm and melody. Since music is the art of sound, it is now studying the sound, and its physical properties because the sound is the raw material of the music. Sound - The sound vibration, that is, so that there is sound needs to be a vibrating body and a means by which this vibration can propagate so that reaches our ears. They are divided into musical sounds (regular) and noise (irregular). could say that every musical instrument is actually an object made ​​to vibrate. By vibrating the instrument moves the air molecules around it (propagation medium) which in turn moves the adjacent molecules forming what we call a sound wave, which propagates the vibrating body in all directions. Some authors often define the sound as everything that our auditory organs are capable of capturing and classifying, however, this statement is not entirely correct, since there are sounds located in frequency bands above (ultrasound -) and below (infra - sound) Band frequencies that our ears can perceive. These sounds can only be detected by humans through electronics. It is also known that some animals like dogs and bats, have a hearing considerably more developed than the human hearing being able to perceive sounds ranging from infrastructure to ultrasound. Sound has four physical properties, very important point Music of view, they are: Height - Property that allows the sound to be low, medium or high pitch - is related to the vibration frequency, measured in hertz (Hz) - (cycles per second). The lower the frequency, the more severe the sound. Similarly, the higher the frequency of a note, the sharper your sound. Duration - Amount of time a body vibrating sound remains. If you injure a string on the guitar, she'll remain vibrating for some time before stopping completely. In that period of time we call life. Intensity - Force used to produce certain sound. When we touch a chord with more strength, she makes a broader movement (Greater Range of motion), therefore, move a larger amount of air, producing a sound with greater volume. Intensity = Volume Timbre - Quality of individual sound that makes it unique. Is the identity of the sound. If you have had the opportunity to play several different guitars, you've probably noticed that no guitar has sound alike. As the voices of the people are different, the sounds of the instruments have differences. Try playing a guitar equipped with steel strings, and one with nylon strings, even if you play the same notes, yet the sound is different. The difference is the tone. Timbre is perhaps the most important property of a sound, the musical point of view. Is it because there are so many different musical instruments. The fact is that the sound of the guitar was equal to the violin, there is no reason why both exist. Just one would suffice.

We have natural notes: DO RE MI FA SOL LA SI
We note rugged sustenidas "#": Changes the natural note one house to the side of the mouth of the guitar, ie one semitone or half step (in music theory) that equals 1 home
We note rugged flats "b": Changes the natural note one house to the left or to the side of the tuners.

Sharps and flats TOGETHER how can you see it's like if the note was sharp natural "by father" and flat "by mae", but being that people prefer to give only one name pras rugged and guess what eh?!? the pound.

Here we have ALL the notes above, and let us not confuse note and chord, chord eh a set of notes, we will talk about them in a minute. I often say that there eh tops the "DNA" of the music and the notes you need for almost all instruments are playing. 
Below are notes on how to figure the arm of the guitar. 

Cipher is a form of writing that combines the musical seven musical notes to the first seven capital letters of our alphabet. Today the figure is more used to writing the chords (two or more notes played simultaneously) and beyond uppercase, also uses lowercase letters, numbers and signs.      

CLICK on THE guitar for seeing the notes over it :

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