The Instant Composer: Counterpoint by Fux Home Study Course - Download
For the first time, we're releasing in a single package the PDF book The Instant Composer: Counterpoint by Fux
, PLUS Peter L. Alexander's 14 video lectures and Bonus PDFs so you can have this advanced study option to do at your own pace. These fourteen video lessons and material in the book are roughly the equivalent of a semester's worth of work in college, again, that you do at your own pace.
this is NOT an academic theoretical approach. Initially, you'll do all your work with just the Dorian mode. From there, all the remaining modes are open to you.
the course does NOT
It teaches PRINCIPLES
that you can apply to ANY style of music. Once you've learned to apply these principles, you then have the skill to write music on demand - in as many different music styles you know: classical, jazz, Rap, you name it!
That's why this is a practical course for songwriters, arrangers, and composers who want to:
improve their melodic skills
expand their melodic language by learning to write modally
learn how to harmonize their song
learn how to create a starting bass line
learn how to create a counterline above and below the melody
learn how to create interesting harmonizations
learn how to improvise
(for jazz players) learn how to apply chord scales in jazz and other styles
write and record all your work
apply concepts with exercises
apply concepts to a maximum of five different songs, preferably from different styles
to budget 2-4 hours per week
preferably have vocal samples to record your work so that all examples can be heard with a vocal/choral sound
The Required Text
for this course is Alexander Publishing's Edition of Counterpoint by Fux
. A PDF eBook edition of this title is provided for you FREE with this course.
100% Downloadable Content:
You get almost 500MB of download PDFs and QuickTime Video Files. Download links will be available for 7 days in your Order History by clicking on the 'Product Info' button next to your order in your "Order History" and scrolling down the page for the links.
- melodic movement and song analysis
- Implied harmony
- Four modes
- One against one
- Two against one
- Four against one
- The whole pie