So what about this site? Or me for that matter?
Well, let’s start by talking about me for a bit. I’ve been actively and passively studying music since I was like 4 years old or something. And by passively I mean listening to a lot of music without paying too much attention to how it is constructed.
As for the programming aspect, it's been in my life since 2013 and during that time I've amassed quite a bit of knowledge in this area, both in the backend and frontend areas.
I’ve played the piano until I was 15, both on my own and in small ensembles where I had to play alongside violinists. And after that I started playing the guitar. I’ve been playing the guitar ever since and have also delved into music theory in order to be able to better understand the science behind writing songs.
Programming wise, I started as a backend developer in Java with the intent of always being a backend developer, preferably in Java. The result of that is this website, which is built by me in Angular and C#. There may be a chance that I did not hold that promise too well.
This blog is my attempt to organize music theory aspects in a way that people studying them will be able to see how everything is connected, from notes to scales, to chords and to different playing techniques that serve to add nuance to your interpretation.
This blog is also an attempt to provide you with actual, real-life uses of programming languages, with relevant examples and project-based courses, which will allow you to understand how to build an app from start to finish.
I will include examples for every possible topic of discussion that would require them and will also do my best to organize each tutorial category around a single major theme and each tutorial around a single aspect, so as to make it easier to follow and understand just what I am talking about.
Whether or not I succeed is up to you, the readers, by providing me constructive feedback in order for me to be able to understand what others don’t understand so as to better explain it to them.
Before we conclude this page, a few places I would like to thank:
And that about covers it.
P.S. my native language is not English, so I can only hope that I can talk in a way that everyone reading is able to understand what I say.