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The Theory of Music Goes Live

Almost 200,000 people search the internet each month looking to learn about music theory and how to write their own music,


Music is known around the world as the universal language.  More people then ever are searching the internet every month looking to learn the theory of music.  Although many websites provide ways to learn music theory, most people are looking for an easier way to understand how to write their own songs.  

Mike Johnson has been a professional musician for almost 23 years.  He was very fortunate to have attended a high school that actually provided the same college music theory courses.  The same teacher for those classes recognized that he had a unique talent for writing songs. In fact Mike was only 20 years old when Willie Nelson, Augie Meyers and Waylon Jennings took an interest in wanting to finance his career.  This seemed a little strange to Mike at the time since the music he wrote was considered progressive rock.

The point was that Mike had earned the respect of numerous musicians because of his understanding of the theory of music. The reason why Mike had excelled at writing music is because he developed some unique techniques that made understanding music theory easy.  Mike shared his techniques with many of his musician friends. Many of them have enjoyed successful careers in music and are still touring the world today.

Mike has now decided to share his techniques with more musicians so they can also enjoy the same joy and success. Although he is just getting the website going, he is dedicated to updating the sight with all his knowledge and helping to make songwriting easier for everyone. 

The Theory of Music has finally gone live.


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