While you’re waiting for the new courses to come out, you can watch my Learn Free Music Theory YouTube videos below.
This series made a big difference in my life. Had 20 years+ struggling with many teachers in my past. Then saw this series and a year later I was teaching guitar out of my home. Soon after that I started teaching at a guitar store. Now that was some 3 or 4 years ago and I’m still teaching full time now. I’m really grateful for this approach. I love the circle of fifths version and approach. As well as many other things. Thanks Andy. Thanks so very much.
Wow! That is the best kind of comment one can get. All I ever hoped was to help change people’s lives for the better. I’m so glad to hear the videos helped improve your life in. Thank you for making my day a little brighter! Best wishes to you in the future!
Even though this is probably more kids and adolescents oriented course, I find it very effective for a grown man like me 🙂 Your methods are simple and make results very smoothly. I’m recommending this site to all musicians I know that need any kind of theory knowledge, and their kids of course! Thank you!
Andy, thank you for the opportunity to learn music theory. I have tried off and on for years with no luck until discovering you and your method for beginners. The door seems to have opened. Thank you.
Brilliant. Just brilliant.
I’m a bassist and have been taking msuci theory lessons for about 2 years. But nobody else in my band has had any music theory lessons, which makes it kind of hard to work with them from time to time. I’ve been trying to teach them the basics, but that attempt remains unsuccessful. But I think this video might actually make a change and turn out to get all the important basic material to them.
A huge “Thank you!” for that, Andrew!
Greetings from Germany!
Your lessons are great. Keep it up! 🙂
I would like to thank you for the great free instructions. I do have a question I hope you will answer. In video 11 you stated the relative minor to D minor would be F major. Wouldn’t the relative minor of Dm be Bm? As a guitar player I was taught that the 6th position of the scale was your relative minor. So CM = Am, A being the 6th position of CM. This tends to work with all the scales.
I fired my piano teach today…she is very expensive, just the “finest” in musical education. However, one thing she forgot, is to treat student with respect, and, to not be condescending! I will try Andrew’s lessons on theory.
Thank you Andrew. Watching your videos, I’m teaching myself music in my spare time and in my own pace.
Since long time i am waiting for new content,why do you stop making videos,dont forget with YT you have a worldwide audience.Greetings,all the Best!
Hi Andrew. Just want to thank you for all this lessons. I’m 30 and starded to learn piano few months ago when I moved in a new Flat. There was a piano in the living room and simply felt like I have to learn. Thanks to you I discovered the magic of piano but also a really pleasant and useful way to learn!!! You’re a such a great Teacher!!!
Thanks for this series! It would be better if there will be materials for reading, I want to translate in to Russian.
I went from the one decision to play a flute in the 4th grade. Moved to another school, joined the choir, played the Trumpet in the 5th grade to 3rd grade. And I stop my interest in the trumpet. It was something that didn’t really connect for me. I couldn’t see myself playing throughout highschool even with my skill increasing. But the Piano, an electric piano my sister had gotten about 3 1/2 years ago that she officially no longer uses. Boom! There came my idea. I’ve always loved the piano. Envied not the hands making the music but each and every key for their beautiful note. I am now going to start my journey of learning to play the piano while 14 and a freshman in HS. I hope your videos help.
I’m looking forward to going through all the videos you have. I’m in part 11 right now of the theory series and I’ve already picked up some things I didn’t know about. The main problems I have are chord progressions. I’m not a piano player but I’ve been composing for about 12 years without an adequate theory course. I end up teaching myself since I don’t have the resources for actual classes. Whenever I would try to find help online, they always would be scams so I quit searching. I decided to give it another shot again after years of not searching and ended up finding your online resources. So far, I can already tell it will be a blessing and that you are sincere with teaching others music. Thank you for what you do.
Thanks a lot,because of you i can now headfirst into the music world to fufill my dream thanks its wonderful what u do and you are very friendly thanks in the future u shall see me do concerts.I already streetplay without a great music knowledge and play by ear,With the ocarina. thanks I repeat im gonna learn many instruments thannks for helping us you changed my life.
I’m 20 and its my second year in med school, I have always wanted to learn music but I couldn’t due to my parents and studies. Thanks to you Andrew I have finally got this chance to do something I’ve always wanted and without even letting my parents know. Thank you so much , i hope this will change my life a bit..
I believe the second lesson is exactly what i need… Played for about 5 years when i was younger, and i can say the thing in my life i regret the most is quitting piano. Coming back to it now, i face the same problem i did then: im just too slow on reading the notes, and it gets very frustrating. Which is a shame, because i really love piano. I’ll follow the lesson to the letter (although i WILL have to change the notes, since here in brazil its not c,d,e,f,g,a,b – but do,re,mi,fa,sol,la,si). Gets a bit confusing, but maybe ill even be able to learn the notes in english as well as in portuguese… Thank you very much for such a quality content, and i’m sure it will help me undo this regret i have and bring back a passion into my life 🙂
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