Here it finally is, my first music project!! For this project we had to create 3 different counterpoints in Baroque style on MuseScore. I had a lot of fun finally being able to put this semester’s teachings together into my own piece of music! However, it was not easy... I chose the title “a memoir to mindfulness” as a way to proclaim how tiring writing music can be 😂 The piece is in both B Major and b harmonic minor (PS- I omitted the first counterpoint, not just cuz it would make the video too long but because it sucked). Sorry for the crappy angle, I couldn’t find a way to screen record it so enjoy my wobbly hands. Btw, I finished my second music assignment and I’ll be posting that one shortly after I fine tune it and all that lol, stay tuned!!
Don’t be afraid to give me feedback! Positive and negative feedback are both welcome, be as brutally honest as ur cruel and bitter heart desires 💋 I won’t bite I promise
Doesn’t get any broodier than this 🧛🏻♂️ I missed playing dark and sexy acoustic parts since the last phase of recording, and this’d actually probably sound much better if the strings weren’t older than god 🤫
Integral of a Heptatonic scale as a measure of its major-minor quality.
Musical scales are represented as step functions. Their integral is defined after the area under the curve. The integral of a Dorian scale is here defined to be 0. From Locrian to Lydian modes (represented in both graphs) the value of the integral is increasing in the order given by the circle of fifths counterclockwise or cicle of fourths, BEADGCF. The integrals for the modes of the ascending melodic minor scale (left graph) and the modes of the harmonic minor scale (right graph) are also computed.