You've Got the Basics,
Ready to Spice Up Your Chord Progressions?
Chromatic Harmony: Advanced Chord Progressions eBook
Ever feel like the music you make can be more expressive, but you just can’t figure out how?
First of all, remember that music has the power to connect people, even when it’s super simple.
If you’ve made any music at all and shared it with anyone, you’ve made a musical connection.
You already have that skill.
You just need to connect some dots to get your music to sound how you want it to.
What sounds cause people to feel specific feelings? What chords can you use in your music to make it loudly declare what you want it to?
That’s it. All you need is a few more chords.
And I am so ready to help you.
With over 300 online students…
15+ years teaching and performing music,
A Master’s of Music in Music Theory,
And enrollment in Northwestern’s Music Theory & Cognition PhD program,
I’m bursting, so ready to help you make music that is uniquely YOURS.
Feel like all these music professionals overcomplicate and
take the fun out of making music?
Me too. Shouldn’t there be some middle ground between learning hardcore music theory and “just feeling it”?
We love music because of the way it makes us feel. It reaches some deep part of us that knowledge alone doesn’t.
It seems inauthentic to pour a bunch of music theory concepts into your music without making sure it feels right.
I created The Music Creator’s Toolkit with this perspective leading the way. In Chromatic Harmony, you’ll learn theoretical concepts, but only relative to the effects these concepts have on the people listening to your music.
There are 4+ ways to change keys in a song, and they all have different emotional impacts.
I’m ready to help you get you music sounding exactly how you want it to.
Let’s do this; you in?
Over 100 pages of helpful harmony tools, including:
- Changing keys 5+ different ways
- Making chords sound stronger (tonicization)
- Borrowing chords from other keys
- Examples from pop and classical music
- Practice prompts and exercises (with answers in the back)
- MIDI and sheet music illustrations
Chromatic Harmony is your way to add more color and life to your music. Let me help you take your music to the next level.
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For Just $19
Learn advanced harmony concepts that you’d otherwise have to pay $1200+ to learn in a university music theory class.
Seriously. Even an online class that would teach you this costs at least $1200.
Hi, I'm Amy!
I’m currently working on my PhD in Music Theory & Cognition at Northwestern University in Chicago.
I love teaching, which is why you’ll find me teaching music theory on social media (@girlinbluemusic).
Music is something I believe everyone should have the chance to learn, so I’m doing everything I can to support affordable music education around the world.
In addition to all of this, I also love exploring Chicago, boxing, rock climbing, and just enjoying life. That’s an important part of being a musician too!
Even if you don’t purchase Chromatic Harmony, I hope you got at least one big takeaway from this sales page: the music you want to make is already in you.
You just need some help getting it out of you!
So no matter what you choose to do, I’m here to help you become the best musician you can be!