The easy guide to music theory: learn to play keyboard solos using the pentatonic scale

You could be an African tribesman or a New York stockbroker, a virtuoso musician or a tone-deaf layperson; yet whichever part of the planet you’re from, and regardless of your musical background, there’s a recurring scale that appears in so many musical systems that it seems to be hardwired into our genetic makeup.

This essential melodic building block is the pentatonic scale, and it has the benefit of being instantly recognisable, subconsciously at least, to anyone who hears it. Full story.

Computer Music (MusicRadar) / June 18, 2019

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