Imagine spending all your practice time making music…
Yeah, right! In the real world, you first have to learn the notes, fix intonation, and work things up to tempo.
It’s exhausting, and it never ends.
But what if you could take care of all those things in advance? And not just for one piece, but for every piece you’ll ever play?
The secret is hiding in plain sight: scales! Ace them,
and you’ll start every new piece near the finish line.
The trick is knowing how to spend your valuable scale time. And whether you’ve tried every book, or never played a scale before, I’ve got you covered with my
new book: Scales: The Road to Repertoire.