Rick Beato

17 comments

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by Dave Flood

Yup that’s dark all right!

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by Michael Dubay

Eye Opening!!!

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by Ted Hoffman

Very interesting… definitely sounds like something one would see used as a soundtrack for a suspense flick. It’s cool to see order defined from something that sounds rather random to the untrained ear. It would be fun to hear an analysis of Robert Lamm’s piano introduction to “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is” off the “Chicago Transit Authority” album. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uy0ldI_1HA

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by Steven

You’re the best musician & music master scholar on the Internet!

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Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by barney z

Just bought your book, thanks for the xmas discount. Hope that it’s not too advanced for me.
Very mysterious sound, liked it, but for someone like me, just starting music theory at the age of 52, I don’t know if I will ever be able to get into this kind of sound. Who knows, maybe I will, I never thought I would join a band at this age either, but here I am. I have a lot to learn in a short amount of time. On top of that, my life is busier than a one legged man in an ass kicking contest.
Wish me luck, and thank you for all you do.
barney

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by David Baltuch

Dear Rick,
Thank you for your wonderful commitment to music. I’m a musician for about 50 years and I rarely ever met a musician like you, with such a wide angle view on things. Bravo! It feels good! I’m wondering how you manage in the USA where such an in depth knowledge is not always appreciated to its right value. I wish we could meet sometime and have great conversations.
Now, I’ll continue to watch one of your videos. Always interesting.
Warmest regards from Brussels, Belgium,
David Baltuch

Nov 01, 2019 • Posted by Mike simkin

Indeed a weird scale and strange chords
So how do i use it?

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