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November 25, 2015 / Tetrahedroseph

Accessing Musical Memory Through Writing Charts

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Here’s a new video from Adam Neely about transcribing music. Its a fascinating watch, not only because Adam is so coherent and fluid in his explanations, but because he actually transcribes a song using Sibelius right in front of us, so we can actually observe the process from someone who’s demonstrably good at it. It also helps that he picks “Just Like Heaven” from The Cure, which I dig. ;)

Accessing Musical Memory Through Writing Charts

At first blush, it might seem that his method only applies to people who know how to read standard notation, but I think the principles apply more broadly – he speaks about transcribing in detail, leaving notes or cues to yourself that help you keep track of where you are in a song, when to indicate that a part repeats, and so on. Even if you write solely in tab, I’m…

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