||super cool, love the other little gadgets you got going on here too, really fun to play with that midi editor.
||I love reading stuff like that and that was a really good read, thanks for sharing.
||But, I learned early on that you aren't helping anyone, INCLUDING YOURSELF, if you do anything but earnestly try and help them understand and better themselves in a friendly, accepting way.
||It's the best harmony book I've read, a full run down from basic harmony to very advanced stuff, interspersed with real wonderful philosophical digressions.
||When something says "music school" in big bold letters, I assume it's talking about what I love - playing piano.
Not sure how money validates that you're a good musician.
||This video is well paced, entertaining, with a great analysis pointing out many things I didn't catch while leisurely listening.
Also, /r/gamemusic is loving this.
||To Zanarkand is also one of my favorites - great pick, and I'm glad you found the post helpful!
||Heaven Adores You is definitely a great introduction to Elliott.
||Books that theorists really love, such as the Laitz book, require a pretty good understanding of advanced theory topics that only people with graduate degrees in music theory tend to know.
||Be kind and polite and accepting, answer any question, even if you consider it "stupid" or "too basic" or whatever, and enjoy the nice feeling you get as a result.