Do you want to learn an instrument but can’t read music? Is there a piece of music you’ve always wanted to play but aren’t able to read? Have you always wanted to write music but don’t have the training needed to compose?
Understanding how to read and write music is more than just a skill. It’s a pathway to gaining limitless possibilities in the world of music, from performing music to composing.
Everyone relates with music on a daily basis, whether that’s relaxing to classical music after work or performing in a jazz band at the weekends. Despite this, there are few people who have a working knowledge of music theory. Classical trained musicians are among these people. They can play any piece of music and compose any tune that pops into their head at a moment’s notice.
I’m going to reveal to you how to read music. After learning these secrets, you’ll understand that it’s easy to read music after learning a few key principles and applying them.
You won’t get many chances to learn these insights from somebody who has taught hundreds of students of a wide age range and who regularly advises teachers on how to instruct music theory. By the end, you’ll know exactly what to do to read any piece of music and the rules to follow when composing music.
The skills in this course will help:
- Allow you to reach a limitless amount of music that you will now be able to read
- Transpose the music for an instrument that doesn’t play at concert pitch
- You’ll learn all the rules you need to follow when writing music
- Let you focus on learning your instrument in lessons and not get held back
Learning an instrument is something everyone should enjoy in their life, and understanding music is a skill you must have to get to grips with your dream. It’s incredibly rewarding to play any music that takes your interest. Similarly, creating your very own piece of music is a priceless achievement. However, without these skills your dreams may struggle to be realised.
This course offers a rare chance to show you how professional musicians read music at such astonishing speeds. It’s also vital guidance on the rules to follow when writing music.
The crucial advice in this course will get you reading music in a matter of days. A few weeks down the line and you’ll be sharply picking up the speed you can read music at. Composing will be much quicker and you will have a wide range of new possibilities to spice up your music, including ornamentation, dynamics, and articulation.
People don’t realise that anyone can learn to read and write music. It’s not as challenging as it appears and you can learn this skill at any age, even if you’ve never played an instrument before!
Join the students who have already discovered the secrets behind understanding music from an instructor that regularly advises other tutors on how to effectively teach this subject. You will discover:
- How to read music
- How to increase the length of notes
- How rests are used to create silence in music
- What the different note names are
- How to structure music using bars and a time signature
- What rhythm and meter means
- Why you always need to use a key signature when composing
- How to emphasise certain notes with ornaments and articulation, giving it a certain flair
- How to create a dramatic pause in the music
- The crucial importance of the different clefs you can use
- What transposing is and if your instrument needs to do use this
These are just a few of the tips I cover to help you read and write music so you can play or compose whatever you want. You’ll be learning these techniques and applying them in just a few days if you make this investment today.
There’s also a no-risk 30 day money-back guarantee – no questions asked. So you don’t need to worry at all that what you’re going to receive is of top value.
I’m going to cover all the basics you need to know of music theory so you can get started reading and writing music as quickly as possible.
We aren’t just going to go over the rules. I’ve given musical examples and advice on how to apply these tips throughout the course. This all helps to firmly route the information into your subconscious.
When I learnt to read music, I hated how repetitive, formal, boring, and convoluted it was. I would dread going through music theory because I didn’t find it interesting for these reasons.
The philosophy I follow is that education should never, ever be boring. I’ve gone through the course keeping the content simple, clear, and – most importantly – INTERESTING.
I’ll go through the key principles in my course step-by-step. This way, you’ll absorb the information and be able to read and write music at a fast speed in as little as a few weeks.