Udemy – Fun DIY Circle of 5ths For Musicians – Guitar Piano Ukulele [100% off]

Posted on 19/06/2015 by | 0 comments

Course Description


Course Updated: June 17, 2015

The Circle of 5ths is a fascinating music tool for students studying piano, guitar, ukulele … and as a matter of fact, all instruments studies!

  • Have you ever wondered what the letters mean?
  • Do you know how to make the Circle of 5ths come alive for you?
  • What is the difference between Circle of 5ths & Circle of 4ths?
  • How is it different from Circle of 12ths?
  • How is the CIrcle of 5ths related to the 12 tones in the span of an octave?
  • Are you often frustrated with the order of sharps & flats?

Here’s the Secret: Turn the Static Circle of 5ths into a Dynamic Moving Circle. When you watch your circles move, you know exactly what I am talking about!

Learn how to let the 12 tones interact with each so that they can dance together and run harmoniously.

In this course, I will show you how to make a DIY Circle of 5ths so that you can use this musical tool wherever you go. If you take all my Circle of 5ths courses at different levels, you will be able to use this DIY Circle of 5ths to play by ear, to predict chord progressions, to write your own songs, to reharmonize songs with more sophisticated chords, to analyze popular standards.

The DIY Circle of 5ths is my GIFT to all musicians. I am charging a very low tuition fee of $5 that will become your best friend forever in your music journey!

Many musicians are now using my DIY Circle of 5ths and they take it along with their guitar wherever they go. This is a compact handy tool for you to use. Many of my students are taking it to the piano to play their favorite songs by Ear. Also ukulele players are in awe of where the Circle of 5ths can take them to pursue their music dreams.

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You will also learn the following Magic Circle Tips:

Magic Circle Tip 1: Only 12 Letters – 7 Letters & 5 with Enharmonic Names

Magic Circle Tip 2: Make Your Circle Run

Magic Circle Tip 3: Put Key at 12 o clock position

Magic Circle Tip 4: One Circle corresponds to One Octave

Magic Circle Tip 5: Create your own DIY Circle – use CD

Magic Circle Tip 6: Circle does not move alphabetically like the piano

Magic Circle Tip 7: Chord Tones like to Move Up in Perfect 5ths

Magic Circle Tip 8: Chord Tones like to Move Up in Perfect 4ths

Magic Circle Tip 9: Chord Tones like to Move Up in Perfect 4ths

Magic Circle Tip 10: Magic Circle Reveals Key Signatures: Sharps & Flats

Magic Circle Tip 11: Right Side – Sharps

Magic Circle Tip 12: Left Side – Flats

Magic Circle Tip 13: Add 1 More

Magic Circle Tip 14: Let Your Circle Become Your Music FRIEND!

Join us and enroll into this course to make your Circle of 5ths. Let it come alive to you as a Dynamic Circle, and not a Static circle that you often see in books. This is very unique. And let’s have fun together!

See you all inside,



Listen to what some of her students are saying regarding her courses:

Chris T

Rosa has an unique was of teaching, She structure the course in a way, it let us figure out things first before giving us answers, not spoon feeding us. No dry boring lesson , I feel I’m being taught by how & why it ‘works’… and not traditionally rigid like many other course out there. Thumbs up & keep up the good work.

Ivan Bradley

I have been teaching myself to play the ukulele for the past few months but had been struggling to understand which chords went together and why. I was able to play by ear but it was entirely through guesswork. The circle of 5ths really helps you understand how chord progressions work and Rosa’s moving version makes so much more sense than a static circle. It’s only been a few days since I started the course but I feel that I have a much better understanding of music theory already. Plus Rosa’s voice is so pleasant! I really look forward to listening to the videos and playing my ukulele after a long day at work.

Melody Evans

I play guitar, Indian flute, and dulcimer, all by ear. This class is helping me to understand music like I have always wanted to. Don’t get me wrong, I love playing by ear; I have just always wanted to also understand music. It is a real time-saver for me when I can refer to my Magic Wheel instead of listening for the note or chord that fits. This has opened up a whole new aspect of music for me. Thank you, thank you.


I finished your course The magic Circle of 5ths and I am amazed on how much I have learned. I can finally understand the circle and its purpose. I have study music for several years now, I even went to school and got an associate in music and they mention the circle of 5ths but only to remember the sharp and flats (static circle). I started to create my own compositions and I knew that the circle of 5ths was a great tool but didn’t have the guidance to understand it and fully use it until I discover your course. I think you are doing a wonderful job and I can not wait to lear from the level 2 course.

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