Want to really learn music theory? You’ve come to the right place!
No more jumping from book to book, site to site, trying to slowly gather bits and pieces of musical knowledge, and then figure out some way to staple it all together.
Discover a wealth of information on the following subjects (and many more to come):
Learn music online, presented in an organized, step by step approach, with clear explanations and tons of examples. All the information you want is right here. From scales, chords, and rhythm, to how to read music notes, and much more, all explained in a clear and down-to-earth style that gets results.
Certain subjects get a bad rap – and music is definitely one of them. Too often, the study of music is made much more complicated than it needs to be, or else is not explained in a way that relates to real music. Almost as if music and the study of music are two different things – and that doesn’t make too much sense, does it?
The truth is, music theory is all about understanding real music and what makes good music, well… sound good.
So let’s learn it right the first time, with a clear and easy-to-understand approach that will help us relate what we learn to actual music, music that we listen to, play, and love.
And this connection is really the key to it – that’s when you have those light bulb moments, when you really “get it”.
And that’s what it’s really all about.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner,
or someone who’s been at it for years and looking for more advanced material,
there’s something here for everyone!
Are you are interested in any of the following:
Here you will find loads of information on all these topics, and much more.
You will also find streaming audio examples throughout the site, to help demonstrate many of the concepts; definitely make sure to check them out.
We’ll start right at the beginning, and build from there, step by step. Of course, you are more than welcome to skip around and explore the site, finding particular topics that you are interested in learning more about. (Choose a subject area from the table of contents and then find a topic that interests you!)
We will work through everything together, until each concept is crystal clear, and you understand how to start using it.
You will find pictures, audio examples, and written examples of almost everything we cover, as well as practice tips, exercises, and free worksheets for extra practice.
So do you have your light bulb ready? Great!
Composer's score for Don Giovanni by Liza © 2010 CC by 2.0