The Tonalibus tagline highlights its core: Anchored Harmony and Tonalities. The theoretical portion of this is in the mostly visual compilation of concepts of harmony presented below. The practical side, including multiple audio clips for each tonality, you find in the catalogue of anchored tonalities. Tonalibus presents its concepts in the five-part course series Harmonic and Tonality Fundamentals. In addition there is a very condensed brief, an introductory preview, a review, and a set of highlights. These concept presentations consist of mostly images, graphs, and tables, with but very little text.
Overview of Tonalibus concepts presentations
The concepts brief provides a condensed, initial flavor of Tonalibus, the catalogue of anchored tonalities, and the five-course series. It features one sample tonality from the catalogue and touches lightly on a most fundamental Tonalibus concept — the harmonic and tonality anchor.
The concepts preview presents an introductory overview of the Tonalibus catalogue of anchored tonalities, and the five-course series. It presents three tonalities from the catalogue and touches on a few fundamental concepts in the context of the harmonic and tonality anchor.
The five-course series Harmonic and Tonality Fundamentals lays out the concepts and insights of Tonalibus in detail. This is in mostly images, graphs, and tables — so far without much text, if any. Along with the catalogue of anchored tonalities, the five-course series is the core of Tonalibus.
The concepts review presents a condensed summary of main Tonalibus concepts in the order of the five-course series. It highlights a multitude of Tonalibus fundamental concepts. Further, it features three sample tonalities form the catalogue of anchored tonalities.
To whet your appetite or to remember more, there is a selection of Tonalibus highlights. They feature short video loops, visual representations of fundamental, cyclic concepts of Tonalibus. After all, much of human understanding and insight derives from pattern recognition.
Further, there is a module on chromaticism and modulation that provides a modulation framework along with cyclic modulation samples.