Have you ever wanted to know about music theory but been intimidated by how complicated it is? In this course I demystify music theory and apply it directly to ukulele playing. Importantly, I show you how empowering it is for you to gain this knowledge and demonstrate how it can make you a better player. This was the first course I recorded and made during the first Covid lockdown, so it is just me, a whiteboard and a ukulele, but I think the content is well worth exploring.
Try the sample videos below for free and if you enjoy them you can subscribe to the whole 30 part course either using a one time payment or via monthly subscription.
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HOW IT WORKS
You can purchase a course outright using any of the links above. Or, if you find yourself enjoying my courses, why not become a member? Becoming a member give you access to either my main three courses, or with a gold membership - everything. This way you won't have to pay for any of the courses up front and you'll have free access to every new course that I add (including a Fingerstyle course which is currently under construction.) All you need to do is follow the links below to sign up. Next time you visit the site click 'login' in the main menu to access all your courses. You can cancel any membership at any time if you've used what you need or decide it's not for you.
As well as access to all of the courses, worksheets and the member's forum, one of the exclusive benefits of becoming a member is you'll be able to email Matt directly with any questions about your learning. Think of it as having your own personal ukulele trainer!
Not sure if you want to commit? Start with a free trial and see how you get on. Click on the options below for more info.
Gold membership10£Every monthGet everything! All courses, worksheets, direct emails to Matt, member's forum7 day free trial
- Unlimited access to ALL courses
Silver membership8£Every monthMain 3 courses; Beginners, Intermediate and Next Steps, worksheets, emails to Matt, member's forum7 day free trial
- Beginners, Intermediate and Next Steps