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Discover The Beauty of Music Theory and Become a Better Musician Through The Power of Understanding! Have you ever wanted: To unlock the mysteries of notes, intervals, music scales, modes, keys, circle of fifths, chords and chord progressions and other important concepts in music? To understand where do chords and scales come from, what are all the different t Discover The Beauty of Music Theory and Become a Better Musician Through The Power of Understanding! Have you ever wanted: To unlock the mysteries of notes, intervals, music scales, modes, keys, circle of fifths, chords and chord progressions and other important concepts in music? To understand where do chords and scales come from, what are all the different types that exist and how they're built? To master your rhythm and time skills and understand how to practice and play easily in any time signature? Wanted to know what's behind all the beautiful music and learn how you can (re)create it? But... Have you ever been put off by music theory or thought that it is too hard to learn? If you find yourself in any of this, then this book is what you need. It covers everything that anyone who plays (or wants to play) music and wishes to become a better musician should know. This is the most comprehensive evergreen book on music theory that you'll be able to find, and you will want to keep it forever. Not only that but this book is structured in a way that is very easy to follow and internalize all the concepts explained. You don't have to be a college degree music student in order to understand and use any of this - anyone can do it, even a total beginner! It also doesn't matter what instrument(s) you play - because music theory is universal - nor what is your level of knowledge or playing ability! This book will give you all the information necessary to become a true expert in music theory without frustration and feeling overwhelmed, and this in-turn will have innumerable benefits to your playing! Don't believe me? Just use the look inside feature by clicking on the book cover to get a sneak peak of what you'll learn inside... Get this book now to solve all your problems with music theory and become an expert in this field! Pick up your copy today by clicking on the BUY now button at the top of this page. P.S. For guitar players free bonus gift is included!


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30 review for Music Theory: From Beginner to Expert - The Ultimate Step-By-Step Guide to Understanding and Learning Music Theory Effortlessly

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bart Moffett

    Not so Beginner This book is filled with information and covers basics and advanced topics. I found it difficult to keep up with the fast pace of adding more and more complex topics. The subject matter would probably be easier to digest in different tiers of difficulty books with more time spent on each level. The material is there, it’s just hard to digest in this format.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Salvodaze

    Very effective intro to music theory. A few concepts weren't too clear or detailed without some research, but all in all the book provided a solid introduction to many complicated concepts in the theory, especially regarding scales and modes. I read this book after attempting to read an upper level book on music theory and feeling lost at certain concepts. I believe I am now ready to read it next thanks to this quick read. I recommend the book to anyone who wants to delve into music theory at the Very effective intro to music theory. A few concepts weren't too clear or detailed without some research, but all in all the book provided a solid introduction to many complicated concepts in the theory, especially regarding scales and modes. I read this book after attempting to read an upper level book on music theory and feeling lost at certain concepts. I believe I am now ready to read it next thanks to this quick read. I recommend the book to anyone who wants to delve into music theory at their own pace. I'd like to note that I think the cheat sheet at the end has one error in it. In the graph named Major scale in all keys, the 7th note of the D# major scale should be C## instead of C#. I also remember seeing a typo, nothing important or big, just letting the writer know.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tracie Hall

    I listened to the audio version of this, narrated by Bryan Howard. I'm sure I'd have rated it higher had I not listened to it while driving. One needs a keyboard to assist in understanding intervals and what not. I'm guessing if one has spent more time than I staring at a keyboard, that mightn't be necessary. Also, the title is wrong here--It's Music Theory: From ABSOLUTE Beginner to Expert-etc., so I thought, "This is for me!" Well, I think the idea is that you might be a fabulous musician and I listened to the audio version of this, narrated by Bryan Howard. I'm sure I'd have rated it higher had I not listened to it while driving. One needs a keyboard to assist in understanding intervals and what not. I'm guessing if one has spent more time than I staring at a keyboard, that mightn't be necessary. Also, the title is wrong here--It's Music Theory: From ABSOLUTE Beginner to Expert-etc., so I thought, "This is for me!" Well, I think the idea is that you might be a fabulous musician and still be an absolute beginner to formal music theory. Still, I did learn stuff. :-)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eric Moran

    The book, Music Theory From Absolute Beginner to Expert by Nicolas Carter, explains many in depth concepts that relate to music theory. He starts off by dedicating a section of the book to explaining the importance of music theory and how the ability to read music(i.e. Sheet music) is helpful but not a necessity. He then delves straight into the basics, such as notes and intervals, of music theory in the first official section of the book. The second section starts to kick into a higher gear an The book, Music Theory From Absolute Beginner to Expert by Nicolas Carter, explains many in depth concepts that relate to music theory. He starts off by dedicating a section of the book to explaining the importance of music theory and how the ability to read music(i.e. Sheet music) is helpful but not a necessity. He then delves straight into the basics, such as notes and intervals, of music theory in the first official section of the book. The second section starts to kick into a higher gear and explains the scales and modes in depth; this includes everything from pentatonic to the different modes of the harmonic and melodic minor scales. Part three is all about explaining everything that chords have to offer, whether it be minor dyads or suspended diminished quadads. The fourth section talks about rhythm, and the final few sections build upon the information that is learned from the previous parts of the book. This book is, overall, very informative and in depth. Even though I already have a good knowledge base in music theory, this book has been able to increase my understanding of certain concepts and even teach me about new ones. It truly instills an all new bar in terms of understanding the base behind music. In addition to this, it provides the information in a crystal clear format, which allows for a solid foundation for the knowledge that is present in the book. The only problem I have with it is that there are some typos present in the text, but this isn’t the biggest problem in the world, and it doesn’t take away from the teachings in the book. Overall, I totally recommend this book as both a start to the journey in learning music theory and as a tool for intermediates and experts to use in updating their knowledge and understanding.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tejjeet Singh A

    This book is a lot helpful for someone who is actually planning or learning a instrument (keyboard). Honestly, this has some hard on topics and good explanation but as for me, I am Ableton Live user who just wants to compose music on a DAW. This book definitely has a lot more in depth theory and I was in a rush to finish this book and grasp or pick up information I need to make certain music on a DAW but I am most definitely gonna keep referring this book, because at end there were so many conce This book is a lot helpful for someone who is actually planning or learning a instrument (keyboard). Honestly, this has some hard on topics and good explanation but as for me, I am Ableton Live user who just wants to compose music on a DAW. This book definitely has a lot more in depth theory and I was in a rush to finish this book and grasp or pick up information I need to make certain music on a DAW but I am most definitely gonna keep referring this book, because at end there were so many concepts that went above my head I need to sit and read one one topic again and practice & experiment a-lot to truly every understand Music Theory but thanks for this book it was easy to understand certain concepts which I need/ confused about.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Traci Styner

    I couldn’t get through this book. The author’s writing style is obtuse. I saw other reviews saying that the book was over the reader’s head. I don’t think the subject matter is that difficult, but the writing style makes it more difficult than it needs to be. I read several passages to my husband, who is a professional musician. Every time he responded “what he’s trying to say is...” and then rephrased the idea using about 1/4 of the words. There are better ways to learn music theory than sloggin I couldn’t get through this book. The author’s writing style is obtuse. I saw other reviews saying that the book was over the reader’s head. I don’t think the subject matter is that difficult, but the writing style makes it more difficult than it needs to be. I read several passages to my husband, who is a professional musician. Every time he responded “what he’s trying to say is...” and then rephrased the idea using about 1/4 of the words. There are better ways to learn music theory than slogging through this text.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amin

    I have been a Piano beginner for 30 years. A combination of reading this book and watching YouTube tutorials about chords lit up lightbulbs in my head. The book unravels the lessons masterfully from simple all the way to complex, letting you choose how far to go in the journey without hitting a wall. It delivers what the title promises. One of the best random topics I’ve chosen to read on recently.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mell Aguiar

    Gives a good enough foundation in basic music theory but when the more complex topics came in towards the end I found myself wanting a lot more. An excellent introduction, though! This book definitely changed the way I see improvisation and so that was probably my most significant takeaway (basically abandoning the idea of chords as a map and instead focusing on the larger harmonic picture, ie scales).

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Mayo

    Really helpful I have been focused on reading music for years and it is an important skill, but...my understanding of chords and keys was neglected. This book has been so helpful! I recommend this to anyone and everyone who plays and enjoys music. You will enjoy it much more and with better understanding.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    I'm about to call time of death on this book. I was hoping to be enlightened on how to calculate scales and chords, which I was to a degree. The rest? Whoosh! Over my head. I have come to the conclusion that music is really a foreign language, which not everyone can comprehend, read or execute. Thankfully, you don't have to understand it to appreciate it or mimic it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    John J Kochiss

    I now understand more of what I hear musically. A good read for anyone that wants to increase their knowledge of music and the structure that serves to define it. In the digital format there are aural examples to help understand certain concepts. I will continue with the "How to Read Music" next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Edgardo

    Helps understand some "obscure" terms and origin of scales if you have some initial understanding of music theory. This book helped me fill some voids I had in my theory understanding. It is not an in depth theory book, but if you like watching Adam Neely, Rick Beato or other music theory videos, this will help to grasp the concepts better.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mouhammad Ayyad

    A great book about music theory, yet not a so easy one to understand. I had to consult other resources to understand some of the topics. The progress of the book is not so gradual. It advances too fast to areas that are challenging for beginners. Part 7 of the book is where the author has completely lost me.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Carter

    5 stars for the short and concise overview of music theory. I've been playing for a long time with little formal training. This was a great way to fill in the blanks and give language to the things I did in fact know.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jacklyn

    Very fascinating read This really does teach you music theory! I learned things I did not know or had a clue about music. The only thing I knew was how to read music which I learned in school.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charles Victus

    This was a great book to get started on music theory. For a quick surface level read I'd recommend it. If you're looking for something might get into more nitty-gritty and details of the recording process, this book only really skims the surface.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Chew

    What I thought of the book is it is a good book to read if you want to learn about all of the types of chords. In the book it goes into chord and scales. If you want to be able to know how to play chord and scale instantly then this is a good book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pedro Causa

    Excellent reference material, very well explained. Excellent reference material, very well explained and good source of information both for a beginner and more advanced playersand composers

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jon Wilbanks

    Thank you for writing this I really enjoyed this in depth look at theory. I have a lot to learn but I think Mr. Carter has put me on the right course and has given me a lot of the fundamental knowledge I need to move forward.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Atlantis

    So much of this was over my head but it was interesting. Music theory is something I never studied much so I picked this to read for a “intro” but it is really detailed and goes way beyond the basics.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael J. Farnish

    Great synopses on guitar music theory Easy to follow explanations on construction of major and minor scales with examples of harmonic/melodic resolution. I would recommend this book. Great job!

  22. 5 out of 5

    David Duraski

    Great Book Excellent book. Well written, some of the advanced info in the last part of the book is beyond my current understanding being a beginner. However, the parts on scale and chord construction were just what I was looking for.

  23. 5 out of 5

    kotaro

    great primer great primer for noobs. drum lessons didnt cover most parts for obvious reasons so it was a great way to fill the missing conceptual gaps

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mellow

    One day I might understand this, but that day is not today.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sam Bronstein

    A great read. Encompasses a great deal of music theory explained in an easy and informative way. A great resource to have to look back again.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cristian Pena

    Great book Great book to fill in the theory gaps I had after 20 years playing by ear! You may need some prior experience or having your piano nearby while you read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    sid

    Great book for those who want to wade into the music theory waters. A good place to start!

  28. 4 out of 5

    JoJoPNW

  29. 5 out of 5

    Emperium™

  30. 4 out of 5

    vylycyn

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