how to draw music notes
Step 3. How to Draw Music Notes
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Uploaded: September 15, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 4
Updated: March 11, 2012
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This next tutorial is going to be a very musical lesson. I will be teaching you “how to draw music notes step by step”. There is one clef and three notes that you will learn how to draw. The first note in the drawing is called a “G clef” or treble clef. Now I want to make it very clear that I am no musician, but fortunately my dad plays the guitar and he knows how to read notes and or sheet music. He is the one that informed me of what the different notes are and so on and so forth. There is a total of six clefs and I will name them for you now. There is the G or treble clef (which is the one you will learning how to draw), there is the C or alto clef and tenor clef, next is the F clef or bass clef, there is also the neutral clef and the octave clef which looks similar to the treble clef. The only difference between the two is the octave clef has the number eight hanging below the tail. Now the next musical note that is a part of the lesson is the quarter note. This note is colored in a solid black. It is called a quarter note because it is a note that is played for one quarter of the whole note. Next is the eighth note, and like the quarter note it is called an eighth note because it is a musical note that is only played for one eighth of the whole note being played. Now the last note that you will learn how to draw is a bit fuzzy to my dad. I think the last note is called a beam. Now beamed notes connect quavers and notes of shorter value. Anyways I think that the lesson came out pretty cool and I have a pretty good idea that you will all like this tutorial on “how to draw music notes step by step”. I will be back with more drawing fun. Peace out and have fun guys!