Category Archives: Humour

Monkey Umlaut

After spending most of yesterday recording and editing, and most of today teaching and recording I was just too burnt out to do anything when I got home. I trudged over to Shabby Road for more teaching and a blog … Continue reading

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Ruining Songs With Science #1 – I Knew You Were Trouble (Taylor Swift)

Now I heard you moved on from whispers on the street A new notch in your belt is all I’ll ever be In cheap western novels and old hollywood films, gunfighters gouged a mark into the handle of their guns … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Intervals

What do the Blues, Chinese Folk Music, Metallica & Amazing Grace all have in common? The pentatonic scale. East To West The pentatonic is one of the earliest of all scales. In fact Dr. Karl Schmaldt from the Archaeology dept. … Continue reading

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