Learn to Read Music Course – How to Read Music Fast
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… If You’re Sick and Tired of Being Held Back Because You Can’t Read Music, This Is Your Opportunity to Learn Once and For All, In a Fraction of the Time It Takes Most People!
Imagine Being Able to Play Flawlessly ANY Piece of Music Set In Front of You, the FIRST Time You See It
Can you imagine the confidence that would bring? Just think of the feeling that you’d have knowing that anywhere, anytime you could play any song from any genre. The onlookers would obviously think you’re some sort of musical genius.
Your friends and family will treat you like a rock star, and everyone will be wondering what your secret is.
Of course YOU will know the secret, but it’s up to you if you share it: You can sight read music like a pro, so it doesn’t take you hours and hours of practice to master a song.You sound like an expert almost immediately upon seeing a new piece.
Not only that, but when you can read music, you’ll no longer tied to those same old songs you’ve been playing for so long, because now learning new music takes just minutes instead of days or weeks, so you’ll never again be bored musically. (Aren’t you sick of the same tunes over and over again?)
It’s almost like reading music opens up a new world and a new level of music that you’ve always known was there but just couldn’t seem to reach…
Because right now, you know you’re limited. If someone sets a piece of music in front of you that you’ve never heard, it’s going to be a LONG time before there’s any quality sound.
Slowly, you may try to bang through, thinking "Every Good Boy Does Fine" to yourself, wishing all the while that you’d spent more time learning to read music. And, of course, if it didn’t take so darn long to learn, you’d already have sight reading mastered by now…
Even if you’ve never been in that position, we both know that not knowing how to read music is a huge limitation. It’s frustrating. Maybe even embarr ing. For example…
You’re stumbling through a song you’re learning, but other people are around. It’s just embarrasing to be as talented as you are but still sound like an at first when it comes to a new song… I mean, how does that look to other people?
Or maybe even worse for the true lover of music, what about trying to shake the nagging feeling that you’re being held back because you can’t read music?
Perhaps you’re even heading off to college and fear that not being able to read music is going to limit you professionally and maybe even cost you your dreams. I mean, what if during your audition they hand you a sheet and want you to sight read?!? Are they going to accept you to the music program?
Maybe you’re just bored with playing the same songs over and over again, but just don’t have the gobs of time it takes to teach yourself more songs. Because after all it takes much longer to learn a song, and you have to practice it much more to get it down if you’re only playing or singing by memory and ear.
If you’ve ever been in any of these situations, you’ll be very excited to hear about the incredible opportunity I’m about to share with you…
As we’ve already said, reading music immediately takes you to a new, higher level. It really frees you up to enjoy and create music like you know it was meant to be. So why haven’t you learned to read music already? If you’re like most people, that’s an easy question to answer. It just takes too long. Most of us don’t learn to read music because we think it’s going to take months to master. After all, most people who can read music took years to really get it down. Right?
Yes. Most people did take years to learn, but that doesn’t mean it has to take YOU years. It just means you have to learn differently than they did.
For example, have you ever met someone who speaks Spanish because their family does or because they’ve studyied it for years and years? You probably have. And have you ever met someone who learned to speak Spanish with Rosetta Stone? You might have. If not, let me tell you what happens: most people are "functional" in the new language after just 4 or 5 weeks. Both people are speaking the same language, right? And you as the listener couldn’t tell the difference between who learned the old, slow way and who learned the new, fast way right? The same principle applies when comes to learning… Read more…