I suppose the number one question that I get asked from students is – ‘How do I learn to read music?’
It’s common when you get to a certain point to realise that reading and writing music as notation is going to open up so many new opportunities for you and your goals.
There are so many great resources available but if you are not able to read then they are just not accessible. They are about as much use as play doh drumsticks.
So, while learning to read and write music remains a great focus in my teaching I also thought it would be useful to create some notation pads that you can get started with even without the notation skills.
I’ve created a range of different books for different needs. Some of them are classic tab and manuscript books, others offer new notation grids to make it easy to write beats. You will also find songwriting books that give you plenty of options when creating music in whatever form.
Even with the huge amount of technology around today, sometimes you just want a well laid out pad to jot down exercises, ideas and transcriptions.
Check out my shop here, you’ll find music paper that rocks for songwriters, drummers, composers, guitarists, bassists, teachers, and students. Hope you like them, let me know how you get on 🙂