I am a "music expert", I have written #1 best-selling music books, a podcast, and I have been featured on CBS, FOX, and NBC TV stations.
Some people know me from my YouTube "reaction" videos where I breakdown video game soundtracks LIVE and in real time. I do this without any preparation and without ever hearing the music before the stream.
With the way I use music theory in real time, you might think that music theory always made sense to me and I just "get it". The reality of how I got here is very different...
Before all this I failed my college music theory entrance test.
Think that's not too bad? There's more.
I failed my college music theory entrance test after already doing a full year of professional music training and receiving a diploma from a partner school of Berklee College of Music and having taken a full year before that to learn as much as I could about music theory.
After all my hard work and professional training, if I was failing a basic entrance test, there had to be a missing piece somewhere.
And there was. I found it.
Would you like to know what I found out? Are you interested in the missing piece that brought music theory into focus and made it so easy and simple anyone can learn to read, write, and understand music?