Learn to Read Music
Have you always wanted to learn to read music?
If you are like lots of other people, you think it’s too hard–all those funny dots and lines! If someone told you about a class that could teach you to read music in 90 days, would you take it?
My online course makes it simple! It uses the same philosophy I use in all my courses: break a skill down to its simplest skills, then build sequentially one skill at a time, each skill reinforcing the skill before. It is a method that has worked for hundreds of my students. And here’s a secret. Learning to read music is much easier than learning to read tablature! It is more systemmatic and logical.
In 90 days you will be able to read music proficiently.
Most people think it takes much longer than that. It simply doesn’t!
It’s okay if you’ve procrastinated learning to read music! If you weren’t given the opportunity when you first started playing, you probaby learned to “just get by”.
Now is a great time to stop kicking yourself every time you struggle to learn a new tune. It’s so much easier and faster when you can read music! And that skill is just 90 days away.
Can you be a great performer if you don’t know how to read music? Sure. Many good folk musicians don’t read music. And of course it is important to develop the skill of playing by ear, but why not have that extra tool in your toolbox? You’ll be surprised how quickly you can learn new tunes when you have the option to check sheet music to help you with the tricky spots!
What can I expect?
Wow, it’s easier if I just show you. You’ll get approximately 60 videos like this:
You’ll also get downloadable sheet music to drill your skills, plus “Musecore” files that you can play along with while the notes are highlighted. (it’s sort of like having a teacher pointing to the notes as you play)
So, come on. Give it a try! It opens a whole new world to you beyond playing by ear, and that world is awesome!
Watch the first video above to get answers to all of your questions, and then click one of the buttons below to get started.