I Can’t Sightread!

If you were learning a new language (like Spanish, French, etc.) it would take you a few months to be able to speak it. The thing is that reading music is ALSO a language. So don’t expect to understand it over night. Truth is that you get out of it what you put into it.

Writing Crap Music

One of my students claimed that she constantly wrote ‘Crap’ music. The trick is to never give up. Also, that music isn’t ‘crap’ – if it came from your heart than nothing could be further from crap. Your emotion, passion, and talent is concealed in that piece of music you wrote. Be proud that you […]

Your Weekly Music Lesson 5 ‘Time Signatures’ On Revision3 Beta

Your Weekly Music Lesson with Walt! Class #5: ‘Time Signatures’. This was recorded at Podcamp Pittsburgh in front of a live audience. The response was awesome, and I hope to do more videos like this! Last week in week 4 we learned all about ‘Tempos‘ in music. Tempo and Time Signatures are not related, but […]

Explaining Time Signatures

Explaining Time Signatures Time Signatures are tricky, because people get them confused with key signatures but in reality, the two aren’t related – they’re simply next to each other in the sheet music. To understand time signatures you have to understand beats in music. So watch below and get up to snuff! Some examples of […]