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Exploring musical concepts with Tags
Exploring musical concepts with Tags

Use Melodics tags to explore concepts, learn about music theory, and find more related lessons.

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Written by Rhys
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Music has a language of its own. You may have heard terms thrown around like arpeggios, chords, harmony, or syncopation – but what do they all mean? Where can you learn more about all this?

That’s where Melodics tags come in. Every Melodics lesson is tagged and categorized into a range of core musical concepts to help you find related lessons and learn more about the language of music.

Learn about musical concepts.

Every Melodics lesson and course has its own unique purpose; to teach you the building blocks of music. Learning how to play chords, rhythms, and melodies is the fun part, but it’s equally important to know what these musical concepts actually mean and how they all fit into the wider world of music.

Clicking a tag on a lesson brings up it's definition.

Click on a tag to bring up its definition

Next time you’re practicing a lesson, take the time to read the description of the lesson’s tags. This will explain what each term means, giving you the context of what skills you’re going to learn in each lesson.

Lesson and step descriptions.

Each lesson also has a brief description of what the lesson contains, the specific learning outcomes of the lesson, and what you’ll be learning each step of the way.

Hit the MORE button

Bring up more context about what the lesson contains and what musical concepts it is designed to teach you.

Click MORE to bring up more information about the lesson.

Filter by tags.

Perhaps you’re interested in learning more about polyrhythms, or you want to find all lessons that work on hand independence. You can filter lessons by their learning outcomes by choosing TAG in the BROWSE BY dropdown menu. Choose your preferred tag, and you’ll be shown all lessons that teach you this concept.

Filter by tag to explore more lessons around a concept.

This is a great way to familiarise yourself with something new or work on a specific skill. Playing different lessons with different styles will also show you how a single concept can fit into the wider world of music.

Tailor your learning experience.

What techniques do you struggle with? Are there any specific musical concepts you’re not sure about? Use Melodics™ tags to learn more about the language of music, and find lessons based on specific learning outcomes to focus your practice sessions on what you really want to learn.

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