HOW TO PLAY AND SING IN HARMONY
The music course for all
singers and instrumentalists, even if you're a beginner
Early bird discount expires November 7th!
Are you the parent of a young child you’d like to enroll in piano lessons?
Do you have a teenager in band who you’d like to go further with her instrument?
Maybe you’re a young adult producing your own music with a Digital Audio Workstation…
If so you will find success with my 7-module course where you’ll learn how to:
Recognize and play chords in all keys
Improvise bass lines in Major and Minor
Use the powerful relationship of Dominant and Tonic chords to create expressive harmonies
Pack two years of private lessons into this crash course that will open you up to new possibilities in sound.
Here’s what people are saying about the course
My kids are singing, playing and improvising after this month of chords. We LOVE it!!! I know they do too!—Julia Wade, Apex, NC
We just got a chance to hear all of the audio clips from your chord course and we think they are great! I like the way the audio is structured…The pace is just right, so our son found it easy to follow and adjust to it.
EDM Producer in Orlando, FL
I think what you have done is incredibly impressive. I’m proud to be your student.
Here's what you'll get:
Lesson 1: Songs to Sing
Songs we'll use in the course to build a vocabulary with a variety of Tonalities and Meters.
Lesson 2: Find A Resting Tone
The Resting Tone gives meaning to all sound choices. You'll learn how to find it and remember it to give your music a sense of progression.
Lesson 3: Name The Resting Tone
Naming the Resting Tone will give you powerful control over the sound palette of your music.
Lesson 4: Label Patterns
Finding patterns in music and labeling them is vital to learning how Tonic and Dominant chords function in music.