Sonic the Hedgehog's music travels pretty fast, sometimes blisteringly fast... but not everything about it travels at maximum speed. In this video, I'll provide an introduction to listening to harmonic rhythm, and how it gives Sonic music, along with most pop music, its form and direction!

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