TheorectiallyCorrect.com has a simple mission:
- to illuminate the pragmatic side of music theory
- to make theory interesting, immediate, and useful for the creative and explorative musicians
- to demystify the inherently arcane and convoluted aspects of music theory
- to provide animations and interactive software that illuminate music theory, particularly for stringed instruments
- to poke fun at the prosaic and entrenched conventions with lighthearted articles of music fiction
- to challenge the status quo by momentarily knocking theory off its pedantic pedestal, and to expose the needlessly complex facets of music theory—not necessarily to change things, but to acknowledge the reality: Yes, some of this is sorta crazy, and somewhat subjective. It could have been a better language and system, ut it's not. Accept it and work with it. Ultimately theory will prove useful ... and it gets easier as you go.
The first two software launches on Theoretically Correct are:
Sound Thinking: a chord and scale encyclopedia for stringed instruments
Key Switch: a chord transposer for text based song sheet.