Music Theory for Electronic Music COMPLETE: Parts 1, 2, & 3

The Music Theory for Electronic Music Complete, including Digital Music Theory and Dance Music Theory, through our free video course available on Gain an in-depth understanding of these topics and master the art of electronic music creation with ease.


Are you looking for a thorough music theory course created especially for the creation of electronic music? “Music Theory for Electronic Music COMPLETE” is the only resource you need. An in-depth examination of music theory ideas and how they relate to the creation of electronic music is provided in this course with a 5-star rating from the International Association of Online Music Educators and Institutions (IAOMEI).

Music Theory for Electronic Musicians, Music Theory for Electronic Musicians 2, and Music Theory for Electronic Musicians 3 are the three components of the course. You’ll learn how to compose harmonies, melodies, tracks, and Live 9 as an example application through helpful video tutorials and step-by-step instructions, however the skills may be used with any DAW.

You’ll explore a wide range of topics, from finding notes, chords, and keys to using inversions and chord progressions, with a focus on applying these concepts to real-world production situations. Along the way, you’ll create nine unique tracks, each showcasing a different technique to help you master the material.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced producer looking to take your skills to the next level, this course has everything you need to succeed. And with ongoing exclusive content and discounts to all future classes in the series, you’ll continue to build your knowledge and skills long after completing the course. So why wait? Sign up today and start making great tracks!

Learn the following in this Music Theory for Electronic Music Complete free course:

  • Improve your tracks using chords and melodies that work together.
  • Understand and apply minor chords.
  • Use the circle of fifths to generate new ideas for your own tracks.
  • Work within minor keys to write compelling melodies and basslines.
  • Learn about the Piano Roll editor, Octaves, and using Octaves in Bass Lines.
  • Understanding The Black Keys (not the band!), Finding C and Middle C, The Perfect 5th, Finding Fifths, Being “in key”, and the pattern of a key.
  • Moveable Patterns, The major and minor third, Building triads, Chord progressions, What is diatonic?, Finding all the chords in a key, Using roman numerals, Inversions, 7th chords, Maj7 and minor 7th chords, Dominant 7th chords, Blues and the 7th chord.
  • Analysis: Shame On Me (Avicii), Minor scales, Relative keys, Minor diatonic chord progressions, Analysis: Ghosts N Stuff (Deadmau5), Changing keys in your track, Analysis: Get Luck (Daft Punk), 9th and 13th chords, Suspended Chords.
  • Writing melodies for chord progressions, writing chord progressions for melodies, and bass lines.
  • Analysis: Windowlicker (Aphex Twin), Modes, How modes work, Producing with Modes, Pentatonic Scales, Chromatic Mediants.
  • Creating music with music theory, including Exotic scales.

Music Theory for Electronic Music Complete– Free Video Course Content:

Welcome & Overview

  • Class Overview
  • Understanding Music Theory from an Electronic Music perspective
  • The Piano Roll Editor
  • Octaves
  • Using Octaves
  • The Black Keys (not the band)
  • Finding C and Middle C
  • Section I Summary

The Perfect 5th, and Being “In Key”

  • The Perfect Fifth
  • Finding Fifths
  • Being “In Key”
  • The Pattern of a Key
  • Fifth Examples

More With Keys, The Third, and The Basic Triad

  • Moveable Patterns
  • The Major and Minor Third
  • Building Triads
  • Chord Progressions

Diatonic Chord Progressions

  • What is Diatonic?
  • Finding All The Chords
  • Roman Numerals
  • Example Song Analysis No. I
  • Inversions

7th Chords

  • 7th Chords Overview
  • Diatonic 7th Chords
  • Maj7 (Major 7) Example
  • Dominant 7th Chords
  • Blues and the 7th Chord
  • The Other Intervals
  • The Fourth
  • The Second
  • The Sixth
  • Song Analysis No. 2

Minor Scales & Keys

  • Minor Scales
  • Relative Keys
  • Minor Diatonic Chord Progressions
  • The Case of the Melodic and Harmonic Minor Scales

Analysis: Ghosts N Stuff (Deadmau5)

  • Analysis: Ghosts N Stuff (Deadmau5)

The Circle of Fifths

  • Why? What We Know So Far
  • Changing Keys in Your Track

Analysis: Get Lucky (Daft Punk)

  • A Few More Chord Extensions
  • 7th Chords in Minor
  • 9ths and 13ths
  • Suspended Chords
  • Wait! Suspended Chords Vs. Add Chords
  • Reading a Chord Chart
  • Cluster and Unnamed Chords
  • Analysis: Everything You Do is a Balloon (Boards of Canada)

Melody Writing

  • Writing Melodies for Chord Progressions
  • Writing Chord Progressions for Melodies
  • Counter Melody: Arpeggiation

Analysis: Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites (Skrillex)

  • Analysis: Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites (Skrillex)
  • Bass Lines
  • Follow the Root Note
  • Bass Riffs
  • Get Muddy

Analysis: Windowlicker (Aphex Twin)

  • Analysis: Windowlicker (Aphex Twin)


  • Welcome and Overview
  • Introduction
  • Working with the Piano Roll Editor
  • Major and minor chords, scales, and keys
  • Diatonic Chord Progressions

Modes! New Harmonic Territories

  • Introduction to New Harmonic Ideas
  • How Modes Work
  • History of Modes
  • The Ionian Mode
  • The Dorian Mode
  • The Phrygian Mode
  • The Lydian Mode
  • The Mixolydian Mode
  • The Aeolian Mode
  • The Locrian Mode

Using Modes

  • A word about analysis projects in this class
  • Producing with Modes
  • Example Track Using Modes
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session
  • Example Track Using Modes
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session

Pentatonic Scales

  • What are Pentatonic Scales?
  • Uses of the Pentatonic Scales
  • The Major Pentatonic Scale
  • The Minor Pentatonic Scale

Using Pentatonic Scales

  • Example Track with Pentatonic Scales
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session
  • Example Track with Pentatonic Scales
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session

Chromatic Mediants

  • What are Chromatic Mediants?
  • Example Track with Chromatic Mediants
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session
  • Example Track with Chromatic Mediants
  • [DOWNLOAD] Full Session

Creating with Advanced Harmonies

  • 0k, We Have Tons of Options Now. What Do I Do?
  • Tip 1: Work Backwards
  • Example Track Using the “Work Backwards” Technique
  • Tip 2: Map out a Mode or Scale and Explore It
  • Example Track using “Mapping”
  • Tip 3: Find the “Essence” of the scale, mode, or key.

Exotic Scales

  • What are Exotic Scales?
  • The Algerian Scale
  • The Arabian Scale (Diminished Scale)
  • The Major Arabian Scale (Major Locrian Scale)
  • The Japanese Scale (Hon Kumoi Shiouzhi)
  • The Japanese Scale
  • The Balinese (Pelog) Scale
  • The Egyptian Scale
  • The Whole Tone Scale
  • The Spanish Gypsy Scale
  • The Hungarian Scale
  • The Hungarian Gypsy Scale
  • The Persian Hungarian Gypsy Scale
  • The Persian Scale
  • The Chinese Scale
  • The Oriental Scale
  • The Neapolitan Scale
  • The Hindu Scale
  • Raga Hanumatodi
  • Raga Todi
  • [DOWNLOAD] Ableton Live Set with All Scales Mapped Out

#Free Stuff!

  • Stems to Remix!
  • Wrap Up
  • A Few Parting Words…
  • Bonus Lecture: Discount Offers & Mailing List
  • Updates! Some answers to popular questions.
  • Question 1: Making the F# and C# chords in D Major
  • Question 2: Inversions
  • Question 3: Changing Keys

Who is this course for?

  • Beginners and experienced producers alike.
  • Anyone who wants to learn music theory for electronic music production.
  • Anyone who wants to take their music production skills to the next level.


  • Although they don’t have to be musicians or producers, students should be passionate about music.
  • No prior knowledge of music theory, production, or recording is required.
  • Any program with a DAW connection will do.
  • Live is utilized in the course, Live users are not required. But some sort of audio program with MIDI sequencing need to be available to them. Logic, Garageband, or a few more free programs all function admirably.

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