You Don't Know Music Theory

Finally you can create a beautiful and a meaningful chord progression using the super easy and working method I have been using for the past 5 years.

What if you are able to create an interesting chords or a meaningful chord progression off the top of your head.

The secret is, you can do it!

I know you would probably be smiling and saying to yourself, "I don't want to take any more boring course on music theory."

I understand your pain, I understand the pain of not been able to come up with a good and memorable tune, I understand the pain of clicking random notes just to find a good one (haha!, you would likely find a good tune once in a while.)

You probably misunderstood some myths when starting out, let me quickly clear things up:

You don't need traditional music training to be able to come up with a good, memorable, catchy and a meaningful tune. In fact, you don't need to learn how to read and play sheet music (It is a complete waste of time, you have better things to do than learning those stuff that won't help you improve your musical skills).

What you need is your voice, brain and musical sensitiveness of how musical composition works (You'll learn this powerful trick in Chapter 6), I know this sound weird, but think of it this way, your voice act as the instrument and your brain helps you relay those information in your Daw (Piano-roll). 

What you don't know is that, you are already born with this skills, all you need to know is the theory and how things correlate together, and things would ​become clear as you go along with the course.

Did You Recognize Any of This?

  • The structure of your music composition sounds dull, weak and less emotional.
  • Ability to create, and come up with a simple and catchy tune.
  • Wishing you where able to create a composition the world would love.
  • Unable to make your chord progression interesting using inversions and variation.​​​​
  • Tired of hearing the word "Sus", "Aug" and really want to know how you can create one.
  • Don't know when to use a Major or a minor chords in your progression and lastly, you want to improve your music theory skills.

Note: Listen With Your Headphone

Listen carefully to the point where I introduced the bass line underneath the melody, and how it seamlessly connects with the chord progression. - It looks easy right? Yeah!!!

I was able to create this composition in few minutes because I know the theory behind what sounds good, and what chords should fit in. 

When you know the theory behind all this, everything would look easy, and by then, you would be able to break rules whenever you like, sounds cool right!!! 

You can achieve your dream music composition if you follow the right path, I am glad you found this page, I have loads of great stuff for you!

Introducing You Don't Know Music Theory

You Don't Know Music Theory

Whether you are finding it difficult in getting into the basics of Music Theory or you want to learn the essential part of Music Theory and how you can get started in no time, this is the right course for you.

I need you to know that there is an exception to what I am about to offer you. This course isn't about how to play the keyboard (Piano) or how to read and play sheet music. Although, you can implement the idea on your keyboard or piano.

"You Don't Know Music Theory" is designed for music producers, musician or songwriters who make or produces music (or just getting started) with a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) applications, e.g. Fl Studio, Cubase, Reason, Logic and any other DAW or software application that has a built-in piano roll.

My main focus of this course is to take a digital perspective of you and me working and learning Music Theory inside a Digital Audio Workstation, and it doesn't have to be a Digital Audio Workstation, you can use any software that has a piano roll.

I created this course to share how you can quickly start using Music Theory in a simplified way, and if you are an aspiring music producer, don't worry I gat your back.

We would look into how you can further extend your creative process or approach and how to create a simple catchy and an advanced Chords and an interesting chord progression that would normally take months to grasp.

If you follow my steps, it would take you few days or hours to grasp the idea.

Start Learning The Easy and the Most Efficient way of Learning Music Theory, In This Course, You'll:

Get Instant Access To 6 Chapters Featuring 20+ HD Videos of Over 2hour+ (With Transcripts).

You'll get an additional well written tutorial beneath each video + added sheet and an additional downloadable PDF files where necessary.

To make the learning curve easy, I open a comment section on each video, if you feel you are not getting some points, quickly drop comment and it would be answered in few minutes, no need of emails and unnecessary delays. (You'll never get this option on any course on the net)

  • Learn how you can quickly and easily start using Music Theory in a simplified way (Chapter 1)
  • The concept behind musical note and how learning it would help you approach music composition in music faster and different way
  • A different and simplified way of approaching sharps and flats (Chapter 1) 
  • What You will never find online about semitone and whole, but you will find the secret interesting in this course (Chapter 2)
  • A proven and a newly discovered way to create Scales without cramming a single note, this is real, you will create different types of scale in under 3 seconds. (Chapter 2)
  • What You will never find on any YouTube videos about Musical Intervals, once you know this part it open the way to lots of hidden gems.
  • Music Intervals secret codes and how you can use easy numerals to connect them.
  • Composing Chords from Intervals, You would see how intervals are helpful in creating chords and you would immediately forget and dump your old system of cramming notes. (Chapter 3)
  • Other Types of Chord, e.g Diminished, Augmented, Sus and more
  • Extending from Basic Chords
  • Major Key Relationship and how you can pick interesting chords from the relationship, it is like picking a stick from the match box, meaning you have loads of chords to play with. (Chapter 4)
  • Inversion and how to properly invert chords correctly
  • Minor Key Relationship and how you can pick interesting chords from a minor relationship.
  • Connecting minor and Major relationship to form interesting and a meaningful progression (Chapter 5)
  • and lots more.


Introduction To Music Theory

This Chapter is all about getting you up and running with some basic aspect and concept of music theory, don't be fooled with the word basic, this part is one of the building block of learning music theory, you miss it, you miss all the others, think of it like a foundation to succeed in learning music theory.

Here is a quick run down of what you'll learn in this chapter:

  • The Importance of Music Theory: Why music theory is useful and an interesting concept of understanding music theory.
  • Types of Musical Note: Music theory learning is simpler when built upon simple principles, I'll work you through the basics of musical note, and then I'll introduce the other types of musical note, you'll find it interesting.
  • Sharps and Flats: This is the part I find the most interesting, you'll learn why they are called sharp and flat, and when to use either of them.


Music Theory Foundation

This section focuses on even more interesting aspect of music theory, you'll be able to connect the pieces of the first chapter in this chapter.

Here is a quick run down of what you'll learn in this chapter:

  • Semitones and Whole tonesMost people find this terms confusing, I would not only show you what it means, I will also show you a simple method of knowing both terms without cramming or telling you gibberish theories.
  • Scales: Scale is the fundamental pieces in which music is built, that is, you build your harmonies from the scale, I will show a proven and a newly discovered way to create Scales without cramming a single note in under few seconds. If you will ever take any knowledge away from this course, this should be one of the part.
  • Intervals: Learning the concept and how intervals are used in music is very useful, you need to understand the notes that make up each interval, so that you can identify and select the right note for building harmonies, chord and melody in between. I'll show you how to create or play intervals with Secret Codes/tone.


The Five Types of Chord & Their Extensions

This chapter will work you through on how to create different types of chords, you won't only learn how to create chords, you will also learn how to extend it, it is just like adding spice to you food.

Here is a quick run down of what you'll learn in this chapter:

  • ChordsInstead of cramming the number of semitones that makes up a chord, I'll show you how to play or create a chord using the interval codes or perhaps the interval tone.
  • Extending From a Triad: You will learn how to create an extension of the basic chords, this contain 4-note chords and I will show you how to create them from them in a simple way.


Major Key Chord Progression and Chord Inversion

Most people learn about Chords and Scale, but very few learn about the significant relationship between them, it is so easy that some people aren't aware of the simple underlying relationship between the two.

Once you know the relationship of both Chord and Scales, it would help you in approaching Chords in a much faster way, and it will instantly increase the way you write Chord progression, let's dive in.

Here is a quick run down of what you'll learn in this chapter:

  • Major Key RelationshipYou will learn how and why the relationship between a Chord and Scale helps in creating a good Major chord progression, although, I won't show you how to create one in this lesson, but, you will immediately see their are lots of opened opportunity of creating thousands of progression, just from knowing the relationship alone.
  • Chord Progression: I would show you how to form and write a meaningful Chord progression using chords and the relationship of the scale, you will understand the concept behind the key of a progression, you will also learn the Tonic of the key and how it relates to the key of the progression
  • Chord Inversion: You will learn how to make your chords even more interesting by harnessing the power of inversion.


Minor Key Chord Progression and Chord Inversion

In this chapter, you would learn how to use a Minor scale to build a minor key relationship, which requires a new Tonic center.

This concept is the same with the Major Key Chord Progression, just in different ordering, the interesting part about the chapter is that, you will learn how to connect a Major and minor chords to form a powerful progression.

Here is a quick run down of what you'll learn in this chapter:

  • Minor Key RelationshipYou will learn how and why the relationship between a Chord and Scale helps in creating a good minor chord progression.
  • Chord ProgressionYou will learn how to build a minor key chord progression using the same relationship that occurs in the minor scale, you will instantly be surprised of how quickly you will be able to come up with a meaningful progression by combining the Major and minor chords.


Melody Secret

When you take this course, you would be able to compose over thousands of songs on your own.

I'll give you an extra secret cheat I have been using for a very long time, you will be able to connect your chord progression with a super and powerful melody.

This section would be the one I'll constantly update every three months or less.

120 Days of Unlimited Question

I want to solve the Number one issue of digital course, this lesson is structured per page, for example if you are taking Chord progression lesson, you would be taking to a full page, and if you are taking a lesson on Interval, you would be taking to another page.

On each page, a comment section is opened. If for any reason you are unable to get or understand a point in a certain lesson, ask your question, and within few-minutes, I'll reply and answer your questions.

This way, you would be able to catch up with the the part that feels difficult to you, although, I already simplified most of the big terms, but it is cool when you ask what you don't know, so, no need of emails (that can take too long to reply), and by me answering your question, I'll be able to help other students along the line.

Additional Guidance

There are three ways you can take this course.

The first, is by watching the video with no transcript, the second is watching the video with transcript (very helpful), and lastly, by reading the well structured guide below the video, it is the same thing, just in written words with audio, GIF images and audio where necessary.

The best way to take this course, is by first watching the video + caption enabled, and 

Guuidance for YDKMT

then read the article beneath the video for even more better understanding (You'll be amazed by how interesting and great you find the content), you'll also have an option to download a PDF sheet where necessary.

  • Access to 20+ HD Videos
  • Connect With Me When You Feel You Need To Ask In The Comment Section of Each Lesson
  • Learn The Theory Behind Chord Progression Easily
  • Hidden Formula's of Building Scales and Intervals
  • Melody Trick As an Added Bonus
  • Free PDF Files Where Neccesarry
  • Lifetime Updates

Enrollment Closes on April 30, 2019:

You Don't Know Music Theory


It's Recommended You Make a Quick Decision

Due to the nature of how the course is created and to efficiently handle the number of support, I'll be closing this course on the 30th of April.  Once the registration closes, it would take several months for me to open up the course (if possible).

It would make more sense, If I am only focused and dedicate my support to early subscribers, rather than having to handle request of new subscribers.

Also, If I ever or do plan on upgrading the course, the price might go up accordingly.

So, If order now, you wil get instant access to the course and also an additional lifetime updates at no additional cost.


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