It can be confusing to know what to expect from Push 2 if we want to work in "triple" time - for example using a 3/4 time signature. This lesson provides a hands-on demonstration of how this works on Push 2.
We can divide beats into either 2 or 3 parts. Any other subdivision is related to either 2 or 3. In music theory, we call this aspect of rhythm "duple" or "triple". This lesson explains this concept.
Watch how the notes in a minor scale are used with tertian harmony to create 7 distinct chords.
Watch how the notes in a major scale are used with tertian harmony to create 7 distinct chords.
Wavetable uses samples, so isn't it just sampling?
Learn the fully diminished arpeggio on bass guitar.
Learn how to use chromatic (as opposed to "In-Key") mode on the Push to play intervals.
In order to make the most of all 12 intervals, let's look at how and why intervals function in music theory to accelerate our music-making process.
Learn to "rename" notes on the fretboard using intervals. This gives us a new path to optimizing our playing by leveraging even more patterns!