Music Theory tutoring

If you need to learn the theory of music from zero to mastery, or need guidance over specific subjects, this is the right place for you! 

When you play only by ear, you have limited access to the potential of your creativity, since you are missing out the rhythmic, melodic and harmonic possibilities hiding behind your music. This is exactly what music theory does: it helps you to connect the dots between the music played and the logic behind that. Why, after all, a musician that knows the theory is more respected, and gets more jobs also as a freelancer? Simply because it's easier to work with, and that will save time on live shows or in the studio!

Become a knowledgeable, original and more creative musician with my complete music theory course!

Click here for your 30 minutes free trial music theory lesson!   

My teaching plan includes the following subjects: 

1. Theory basics

a) Treble and bass clef notation, notes values; b) Sound, timbre and pitch; c) Time signatures; d) Key signatures; e) Notes and rests values; f) Intervals and semitones; g) Articulations and ornaments; h) Embellishing tones; i) Pedal point.


2. Chart reading 101 

a) A comprehensive guide on how to read a chart.


3. Scales 

a) Diatonic and chromatic scales; b) Major scale and its modes; c) Key signatures and major scale tetrachords; d) Melodic, harmonic and natural minor scales; e) Melodic minor scale modes; f) Pentatonic and blues scales.                


4. Chords and arpeggios

a) Definition; b) Major and minor chords; c) Major scale chords and arpeggios; d) VII chord; e) IX chord; f) XI and XIII chords; g) Arpeggios and chords in major modes; h) Arpeggios and chords voicings.


5. Playing major

a) Mayor scale overview; b) Major scale over the circle of fifths; c) The major scale and its modes; d) Major triads and voicings; e) Triads over the major scale modes; f) Four notes arpeggios and voicings.


6. Playing minor

a) Melodic, harmonic and natural minor scales; b) Minor scales modes; c) Minor triads and voicings;  d) Triads over the minor scale modes; e) Four notes minor arpeggios and voicings; f) Relevant scales over major, minor and diminished chords.


7. Functional harmony: cadences

a) General aspects of cadences; b) Simple cadences: final and suspended; c) Cadence formulas or chord progressions.  


8. Modulation

a) General aspects of modulation; b) Modulation to the dominant and sub-dominant; c) Other close keys modulation; d) Distant keys modulation.

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