The REAL Reason You Can't Make Music 

 

 

The REAL Reason You Can't Make Music

 

Do you sometimes find yourself staring at a blank screen, with absolutely no ideas? Then we have the solution for preventing that from ever happening again. How can we be so confident that this solution will eliminate writer’s block? Because I’ve been writing music for over 30 years, and I’ve never had writer’s block. Ever!

So, what’s this magic solution? Music theory! I know, I know, it’s not the exciting answer you were anticipating, but it’s the truth. A solid knowledge of music theory (and how to creatively apply it) will end your writer’s block forever. How? Well, music is a form of communication, and do you struggle to communicate using your first language? Of course not!

If you want to express what you feel, you effortlessly explain it in words. And music theory empowers you to have that same effortless communication, but through music. If you want to communicate musically that you’re feeling joyful, you simply use the notes which express that emotion. And obviously the deeper your knowledge of music theory grows, the more nuanced your communication can be.

I’ve actually done a masterclass on how to turn your emotions into music: 5 Steps to Give Writer’s Block the Finger

 

So, you literally only need two things to overcome writer’s block forever: music theory, and feelings!

You bring the feelings, and we’ll bring the music theory! On that note, we invite you to download our free book, which will only take you 30 minutes to read. Yep, music theory really is that simple. If you’ve been confused by music theory in the past, it’s not you. You just had a bad teacher. You see, music consists of only 12 notes, and music theory is simply the relationships of those 12 notes. It’s that easy!

So, if you wanna learn music theory from Ray Harmony, a multi award-winning college lecturer who’s made music with multiplatinum Grammy-winning artists, then download our free book below.

 

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