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Music Theory for Computer Musicians by Michael Hewitt

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6. Intervals

After you have learned the C major scale, you can make great progress in understanding and using other important elements of the musical language. This is because the C major scale represents a complete self-contained pitch system in its own right. It is possible for a composer to write all of his tunes using this scale. The music might end up being limited, but it is possible.

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