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#beginquote# Actually, I want your advice. I'm kind of lost, I know music theory up to 2-part counterpoint. I invent kind of new melodies and harmonize them but I have problems in composing subordinate tunes that accompany the basic melody; I mean, when playing back the whole composition I feel problems in timing of all the tunes when they sound together. here, I'm not talking about whether chords and harmony are correct (i.e. dissonance or consonance). I'm looking for rules (if any) of timing those tunes regarding free composition not that of species counterpoint where we have whole note against whole note, and quarter against quarter, and so on, which makes composing subordinate tunes more easier. Moreover, I cannot attend music courses because I'm handicapped, so, if you know books , ebooks or sites that deal with this idea please name it and I'll be thankful to your help. And thank you in advance. kind regards.:( #endquote#
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