Music seems difficult to learn. But, really, it isn’t.
It only appears to be complicated because you’ve accepted that sound is invisible. And so you’ve accepted the conventional depictions of music as well.
Like standard notation and finger charts, for example. Which really are confusing — because they look more like braille for the blind than actual images of music.
But beneath it all, the true essence of music is NOT difficult at all. And it doesn’t look anything like the way it’s traditionally portrayed.
You just have to look at it using color. And when you do, sound becomes invisible — so you can see the underlying logic of music.
It’s simple. All you have to do is pair each note in music with its own color from the color wheel. And BAM! Everything comes into view.
And because sound and color follow the very same patterns, you can master music once and for all. Since you can literally see each note … and all the relationships between them.
So once you can see these relationships, it’s easy. And like never before, you’ll discover a whole new world of creativity.
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