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Learn how to make great music that stands out! Taught by multi-award-winning music lecturer Ray Harmony and his protégé wife Kate. Ray has been teaching music theory for 24 years, and along the way he's made music with Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), Steven Wilson, Devin Townsend, Ihsahn, Kool Keith, Madchild and many more! Download their free book at: HackMusicTheory.com

Hack Music Theory Hack Music Theory

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    • 4.4, 9 Ratings

Learn how to make great music that stands out! Taught by multi-award-winning music lecturer Ray Harmony and his protégé wife Kate. Ray has been teaching music theory for 24 years, and along the way he's made music with Serj Tankian (System Of A Down), Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine), Steven Wilson, Devin Townsend, Ihsahn, Kool Keith, Madchild and many more! Download their free book at: HackMusicTheory.com

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

icorn25 ,

Great content, but difficult to follow audio

It is really difficult to follow along when you state, “This guy” and point at a screen that the podcast listeners can’t see. There is some really great stuff here! I just get lost from time to time because the audio is not descriptive enough to follow.

Rather than saying “this guy”, referring to a note, state “the 3rd of the minor chord”, or “the Bb in the 2nd chord”.

nogenres ,

Pretty Good content, horrible delivery.

The content is good, though I do wish the episodes were longer and dove deeper into the ideas discussed. Everything seems super rushed and the people delivering the information couldn’t me more annoying. Why does it feel like I’m watching a infomercial in the 90s? It’s not only patronizing but distracting. Your already making it relevant enough with the examples your using, I don’t think you need to treat your audience like a bunch of 1st graders.

windcandy ,

Very good,

But I have to agree, porting the video to audio makes it seem like I’m listening to an infomercial. I’m sure that is not the intention. I wish for the following: longer episodes that dive deep into these complex areas of theory. The examples they use are outstanding, but it makes you want more content that is fit for the audio world. Cheers!

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