Learn music at your own pace

Learn music at your own pace

With over 200 easy to follow video lessons from the beginnings of Music Theory to Orchestral Arranging.
Lifetime membership for individuals

Lifetime membership for individuals

A single subscription gives lifelong membership to individual students.
Annual education subscription

Annual education subscription

Gives the resource to all of your teachers and students, at school or at home.

The Contemporary Music Course is a collection of short, easy to follow video lessons that will guide you through learning music theory, at your own pace.

Designed for independent students who want to learn or improve their understanding of music theory, and for  music teachers who want an easy to use on-line resource for their students to use at any time.

Starting with 'The Language of Music', the course moves on to 'Two Part Harmony and Counterpoint’, ‘Aspects of Song Writing’ and more. It also shows how a musician works with a computer.

Developed over several years by a professional composer, the contemporary music course is music theory made easy.

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I love the way you've explained some of your theory - very clear and concise. Working my way through your material.

Thanks for taking the time - it's an amazing resource. I'm using the course with Year 10 students. It works well from a personal learning point of view and is a great reference for them. It's like having several teachers in the room at the same time - which is a good thing.

I use a lot of technology with them (Sibelius, Pro Tools, Reason etc) so your approach being it bite-sized chunks allows them to experiment with putting the theory into practice using technology. Their knowledge and skills vary greatly so having you there has been great as I can use your material as extension activities whenever necessary.

Jon Bowen, Assistant Principal HOD Performing Arts and Music

St Peters College, Palmerston North.