Everyone says Tonal Harmony is difficult and requires lots of time to learn but thinking you don’t have time to learn new music concepts is actually keeping you stuck right where you are!
Do you think great musicians make time to assimilate new concepts? or do you think they just use the excuse: "I don’t have time for things like that, I’ll just keep using the tools I’ve got now".
If you never invest time in learning new music concepts you will never realize your full potential, no matter how hard you try.
What is Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro? Simply put, Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is an interactive tool to study and practice tonal harmony in a Classical or Jazz setting, but in reality is an entire new point of view where we can understand harmony in a more organic and useful way.
I agree that it can initially feel pretty strange to go beyond familiar territory, but the secret of Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is that it will be much easier when you finally use it. The best feature is that you will learn harmony like never before, mapping chords and functions in a landscape that was designed following the structure of music itself.
Yes, it is a brand new concept but I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones.
Imagine learning about the three regions of tonality: Tonic, Sub-Dominant and Dominant, Authentic & Deceptive Cadences, Chord-scales, Inversions, Modulations, Pedal Points, Reharmonization Techniques, Harmonic Functions, Voice-Leading, Harmonic Analysis, Expected Resolutions, Bass lines, Secondary Dominants, Neapolitan and Augmented Sixth Chords, and many more tonal harmony concepts, all within one single interactive app that will play your own harmonic progressions and will let you practice improvisation showing you the correct chord-scales with its play-along in any key, tempo and style.
Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is also accompanied by 7 workbooks and we have created hundreds of free demo videos and master classes video series such as Tonal Harmony Fundamentals, Decoding Beethoven, Decoding Pop and Reharmonization Techniques on our mDecks Music Channel on youtube.
You won’t regret using Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro, it will open your eyes and ears to the amazing world of Tonal Harmony like never before.
Get Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro and take your music knowledge to the next level.
Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro wins our strongest recommendation for an app so far.
I've been looking for a harmony/chords/tonal app that is functional, deep enough, and with a great interface. Well, I'm not looking any further. This app just blew me away...
Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is an incredible tool for songwriters, composers, students and teachers...
Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is a great tool, and one that I am sure will be pretty much essential to music students and enthusiasts alike.
...an app that blew my mind.
If only Brian Wilson had this Music App when he wrote...
...an app I’d never teach high school (or college) music theory without
Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro is very well done and comes with good piano sound quality. A Killer App!
Seven levels of complexity, from diatonic to advanced secondary functions. Cadence & Bass detector, with chord-scales, inversions, pedal points and modulations. Jazz & Classical voicings and analysis available. Play-along, Audio Mode and Midi Out.
Mapping Tonal Harmony shows the Chord Progression, Harmonic Analysis, Jazz Analysis (arrows & brackets) and Chord-Scales to study harmony & reharmonization, and can be used as a Play-along to practice improvistaion.
Functional Harmony explained from the perspective of mapping functions into the three main regions: Tonic - SubDominant - Dominant. This is an introductory video that reveals the map organization and why it creates a landscape that is logical and consistent with tonal harmony fundamentals.
Introduction to reharmonization techniques using Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro. In this video we introduce the concept of mapping tonality and how to apply it when reharmonizing a song. This is the first video of the Reharmonization Techniques Series which is freely available on our youtube channel
Another introductory video on how to use Mapping Tonal Harmony, this time from a classical perspective using Beethoven's Sonata Op.2 No.1. In this series we take on the challenge of analyzing the entire Sonata using Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro.
Mapping Tonal Harmony 7 for macOS now contains different Map Templates that are pre-configured for different music styles such as Standard Jazz, Blues, Baroque, Classical. Also, within the map, you can choose alternative chord-chordscale combinations (i.e. Gaug7-WholeTone Scale) which makes your harmony progressions much richer and elaborate
Version 7 can analyze and play entire songs including repeats, first endings, D.S al Coda, etc. Also, you may now choose to use voicings from 3 to 6 voices, with different voice-leading algorythms and much more...