In case you need any, here are 5 Reasons to Play a Musical Instrument.
Got your AXiS yet? Maybe (given what you want to do) you don't need learn it!
We've been told the note layout works well when you don't know it,
and also that it was made for the happy accident.
I've even heard:
I'd tell people not to look in the manual or try and learn it, but just go ahead and use it.
When you find something you like, you'll remember it fairly easily.
I'm told that when your kid comes home from school one day and says they learned "nothing", they're lying. He or she probably learned about 100,000 things that day according to neuro-science. Maybe you can learn by learning "nothing" too.
You'll need some time to get good at using your AXiS, just as you'll need some time to learn to get the best from your DAW and other sound equipment, or other instruments. There's some help below.
Learning any skill
- How to learn anything quickly.
- How to master anything quickly.
- See How Easily You Can Learn Anything.
Learn to play the AXiS
Learn to play ANY instrument
Help with composing
- Get helpful ideas for composing (/arranging/producing/etc.).
C-Thru Music community:
If you want to check for advice or perhaps give some, please visit the forum. Contributions appreciated.
A few other ideas:
- The note layout can be used to explore Fifths, the Major scale and the black notes.
- Here's a few points about chords & discords and the Harmonic Table.
- It's not comprehensive but we do have a chord calculator.