Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro has been envisioned as auxiliary material in the study of Tonal Harmony. The main objective of this app is to provide the student, teachers, composers and/or songwriters with a tool that will aid them in hearing, analyzing, foreseeing and composing harmonic progressions without struggle, in all keys alike. Study Tonal Harmony in different styles: Classical, Jazz, Rock/Pop, Blues, Gospel, Contemporary and more.
The map has seven levels of complexity, from the basic diatonic neighborhood advanced secondary functions in major and minor modes and is viewable in all 12 keys and enharmonic spellings, plus a functional view (relative to the tonic). Each level is also accompanied by its respective workbook available at mDecks.com for further study and research.
Create your own progressions and workouts or download progressions book files with, tonal harmony progressions, jazz theory progressions and workouts, or entires song progressions. View their harmonic analysis in different formats which you can view in any key and print.
7 Map Levels:
1) Basic Diatonic functions
2) IIIm and Deceptive Cadences
3) SubV7 and Neapolitan sixth (N6)
4) Secondary Dominants
5) Blues and other modes
6) Advanced Secondary Dominants
7) Complete Map with all functions
10 Map Layouts for different styles:
1) Jazz Standard
3) Late Baroque - Early Classical
4) Late Classical
8) Contemporary Pop/Rock
9) Quartal Music
10) All Possibilities
9 Staff Layout Templates (and you can create your own):
1) Full Analysis
2) Analysis without scales
3) Omit Functional Analysis
4) Only Functional Analysis
5) Lead Sheet Standard
6) Lead Sheet Large
7) Lead Sheet Small
8) Smaller Tonal Harmony Worksheet
9) Tonal Harmony Worksheet
Play-along in different Styles such as Jazz, Blues, Bossa, Rock/Pop. Choose tempo, adjust volumes, reverb, or apply a limiter to any of the instruments.
Mapping Tonal Harmony will play the functions using 3 to 6 voices, resolve voice-leading, add tensions for jazz using customizable voicing creation rules or using just chord-tones for classical progressions. You can adjust the volume of each voice independently, and use a bass sound on the lowest note if you like.
Create workouts in just one click to practice progressions in all twelve keys.
View the voicings in standard music notation or in the piano keyboard.
View the chord-scale and identify chord-tones, tensions and avoid notes.
The score editor has all the necessary tools to create a complete song-form, including sections, repeats, DS. al Coda, Fine, First Endings, direct modulations and common-tone modulations
Save your songs to the catalog or export entire progressions-books and share them with other Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro users.
Transpose your progression to any key and print it using any of the preloaded layouts or create your own.