Quickly Learn The Fundamentals Of Music Theory!
Music Theory - Beginner’s Crash Course will help you quickly build a foundation for understanding music theory and how it applies to the guitar. This course covers the fundamentals of music theory in a fast paced, fun and easy to follow format. By the end of this course you’ll have a good overview of how music works and you’ll be able to dive into in-depth music theory courses with confidence. Or, this may be the only music theory course you need.
What is a crash course?
A crash course is designed to be a fast paced course that quickly teaches you the fundamentals of a specific subject…in this case music theory.
Since this is a crash course we’ll move quickly through many topics but never so quickly that you will feel lost or overwhelmed at any point. Everything is presented in a logical step by step format that’s easy to follow just like our other popular music theory courses.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this course:
- Notes and Pitch
- Melody, Harmony, Rhythm
- Musical Alphabet
- Scales and Modes
- Chromatic Scale
- Major Scale
- Minor Scales
- Chord Progressions
- Relative Minor
- And more
What you get with this course:
- 24/7 access to 11 video lessons (over 120 mins)
- Music Theory - Beginner’s Crash Course eGuide
- Includes all of the charts and diagrams presented in each video lesson
- And more!
- Ability to leave comments and ask questions
- Each video lessons contains a comment section where you can leave comments or ask questions about the specific lesson or the course in general. Chad will answer all of your questions and give you further advice and instructions as needed.
And much more!
If you’ve ever felt like music theory is over your head or you just want learn all the fundamentals of music theory quickly, this course is for you!
Here’s are some of the things people are saying about our music theory courses:
"Finally someone who explains it clearly! Thank you.”
"I'm loving the series! I never imagined music was so easy!”
"It's a testament to your teaching skill how often these videos have no people asking any questions. Thank you so much for taking the time to put this out there for everybody.”
“These lessons are fantastic - no waffle, just really clear explanations of things that have baffled me for years (decades actually). Many thanks!”
“Brilliant lesson .... these tutorials are increasing my knowledge of the fret-board no end!!!”
“Perfect lessons, thank you”
“wow just discovered. just started watching and have every intention to watch all of these in order until completion. exactly what I was looking for and excellent presentation.”
“Taught so well that I have no questions just compliments. Awesome course. Ready for the next.”
“These videos are pure gold. Music theory always scared me, but you make it easy!”
“You are a great teacher!...Sir you made it so nice and simple ...Thank you”
“Easy to understand and follow along, thanks!”
“I've bought 3 music theory books and these videos and eguide are way more helpful and thorough. thank you so much for all of this! keep it up :)”
"First I just gotta thanks you for all the great lessons. You have made such a difference for me I can even tell you. I tried MT when I was young and I failed at it because the teacher was teaching from piano and I never understood the transfer. It has bothered me for 30 years that I could not understand the difference between scales and modes and in just a few lessons you had me understand. You have made it possible for me to see it and that is a minor miracle. So thank you soo much.”
Chad Lambert is the co-founder and Lead Instructor of Move Forward Guitar. Along with creating his own courses, Chad oversees all the instructors and their courses. He also runs the popular Move Forward Guitar YouTube channel. Outside of Move Forward Guitar, Chad is the guitarist for his wife's indie-folk project Her Silo, and also writes his own music. Chad and his wife live in the Seattle area with their Labradoodle, Zappa.
PreviewLesson 1 - Notes and Pitches (1:23)
PreviewLesson 2 - Melody, Harmony, Rhythm (8:47)
StartLesson 3 - Musical Alphabet (8:59)
StartLesson 4 - Intervals (7:52)
StartLesson 5 - Scales and Modes/Chromatic Scale (2:24)
StartLesson 6 - Major Scale (6:07)
StartLesson 7 - Natural Minor Scale (4:16)
StartLesson 8 - Other Common Scales (7:42)
StartLesson 9 - Modes (7:07)
StartLesson 10 - Triads (12:24)
StartLesson 11 - 7th Chords (5:04)
StartLesson 12 - Chord Progressions (9:23)
StartLesson 13 - Relative Minor (7:54)
StartLesson 14 - Keys (12:00)