From songwriting to improvisation to reharmonization
Dexterity accompaniment in Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro. Showing full harmonic analysis, chord-scales and arrows & brackets
We talk about the symbols you'll find in MTH Pro 7 and what they mean.
Now you can re-harmonize an entire song with the click of a button in MTH Pro 7.
Creating 12-Key Workouts to practice and charting songs is super-easy.
Create worksheets to practice or for your AP Music Theory students using traditional harmony concepts.
We analyze famous pop songs using MTH PRO and show you how and why they work.(Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry")
We analyze well-known Jazz Standards, discuss form, melody and harmony. (Charlie Parker's "Scrapple from the Apple"
In-Depth analysis of classical pieces. Sonata Form, motivic development, and the use of harmony in the classical period. (Beethoven's "Sonata Op.2 No.1"
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...
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.