Is the pencil outdated in the 21st Century Music Classroom?

By Kevin Tuck, editor, Printable Music Theory Books   I’m constantly communicating with music teachers all over the world. Every day I get emails and communicate with teachers via forums and blogs, and I read lots of opinions on the current state of technology inRead more…

Level Four Music Theory Released!

The final installment. I feel like George Lucas after finally releasing the last “Star Wars” film! This has been a long time in the making, and our team have had to work extremely hard to bring this to reality. I would particularly like to thankRead more…

What to do if a student refuses to complete their music theory worksheet

Learning Music Theory is an essential part of becoming a musician. Like it or not, music students are going to have to face the fact that there is no other choice but to sit down with a pencil in the hand and make the musicRead more…

Making Music Theory Worksheets more enjoyable for students

If you’re a music teacher like me you know that most music students roll their eyes when you mention that you are going to bring out a music theory worksheet for them. Many even at the mention of music theory tend to get scared andRead more…

Three ways to assist music theory Students

At its core, Music Theory is the study of the written music notes. It is the knowledge of the symbols that make up written music, and the ability to effectively translate them into sounds. An understanding of theory really helps musicians, not because it makesRead more…