Music theory is the language of music, and if you’re making music, you’re using music theory. Music Hacking is for everyone from complete beginners to professional producers who make music by ear and want to learn how to use the power of music theory to elevate their songwriting. Each course will inspire and empower you to confidently create faultless songs on a watertight foundation of music theory.
The Music Hacking Bundle is a collection of 3 courses from Ray Harmony and Vespers, designed to give you access to simple shortcuts relevant to music theory, and to provide an example of what’s possible when powered by music theory. The 3 courses included are:
- Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians
- Music Hacking: The 4-Hour Song – Episode 1
- Music Hacking: The 4-Hour Song – Episode 2
What You Get
This bundle is jammed full of incredible hands-on music theory knowledge, Music Theory eBook’s and essential music theory hacks that are guaranteed to demystify the world of theory. The Music Hacking Bundle includes:
- 3 Music Hacking courses from Ray and Vespers!
- 24 total hours of HD interactive webinar video recordings!
- Lifetime access to the video recordings and materials!
- Student Discounts of 20-60% off our partners and third party plugin providers, including iZotope software, xFer’s Serum Synth and more!
- 60 Day Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee: If you don’t like something we’ll refund your money up to a full 60 days after purchasing, no questions asked!
Below we’ve included a short description and free preview video from each of the courses included. If you want to get a full breakdown of each individual course, simply scroll to the bottom of the product page and click on the desired course you wish to learn more about. Each individual course product page will have a full breakdown of what you’ll learn and additional promo videos you can watch.
Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians
Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians was, by a large margin, the most successful interactive online course we have ever launched at Warp Academy. In this course Ray covers all the essential will and relevant music theory hacks applicable to electronic music. After taking Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians we guarantee you’ll be able to:
- Compose flawless melodies and chord progressions
- Apply relevant music theory hacks to raise your songwriting to a professional level
- Make songs that stand out musically by using methods unknown in electronic music
- Unleash your full creative force and keep your music fresh
- …and much, much more!
Music Hacking: The 4-Hour Song – Episode 1
Following the massive success of Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians, Ray took his music theory hacks into the studio with Vespers, and wrote a song from start to finish in just 4 hours. In Music Hacking: The 4-Hour Song – Episode 1 you’ll learn how music theory is applied to songwriting and see Ray’s music theory hacks in action! You’ll get a first-hand look at how music theory eliminates writer’s block! Includes a 2 hour Q&A with Ray and Vespers the day after the studio session occurred.
Music Hacking: The 4-Hour Song – Episode 2
The 2nd episode in the The 4-Hour Song series brought another blazing 4 hour session in the studio with Ray and Vespers, and a follow up 2 hour Q&A. You get to witness every stage of the music making process, including how scales/modes are chosen, and why, composing chords, bass, drums, synths, guitar and vocals.
What People Are Saying
“The most brilliant, fast, easy, and fun music theory book I’ve ever seen!”
– Derek Sivers (CD Baby founder, TED speaker, author)
“If you have been put off music theory in the past, then this is the book to inspire and empower you.”
– Dr Victoria Williamson (Vice Chancellor’s Fellow researcher and lecturer in Music at the University of Sheffield UK, author of ‘You Are The Music’)
“Trust Ray, and in no time you’ll have a watertight music theory skill set you once thought impossible to obtain.”
– Pat Lundy (Modestep, ex-Funeral For A Friend)
“Ray manages to make learning music theory fascinating, digestible, and damn right cool!”
– Joe Copcutt (AxeWound, Zoax)
“This is the kind of book I wish I had when I first started out.”
– Ihsahn (Emperor)
About Ray Harmony aka. Ray Holroyd
Ray Harmony has dedicated his life to using the power of music to inspire positive change in the world, which he does through Revolution Harmony. Ray is a British African based in Canada, and an award-winning music lecturer, composer, performer, producer, and journalist. He has been studying music for over 30 years, and teaching it for over 20.
Ray’s first No.1 single was back in 1996 in his birth country of South Africa, and during the last few years in Canada he’s been making music with multiplatinum Grammy-winning artists (Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Serj Tankian of System of a Down, Kool Keith of Ultramagnetic MCs, Madchild of Swollen Members, and many more), then donating all the proceeds to charities. Between his time in South Africa and Canada, Ray immigrated to England where he spent a decade lecturing music theory and composition at EHWLC in London, one of Britain’s largest colleges. He was the course director and lead internal verifier for the music department, and was honoured to win the college’s prestigious Vocational Qualification Hero and Learner First awards.
Ray’s education is a unique blend of ‘classical’ from the UK’s Royal Schools of Music (piano, guitar, and theory, all to the highest grade) and ‘contemporary’ from the USA’s Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, where he graduated from their guitar program. He also studied education and did his teaching qualification at EHWLC.
Ray has been writing for various music publications (Kerrang!, etc.) every month since 2009, and he used to be the editor of a guitar magazine as well, until he once again moved countries. He ran a couple of record labels, too, but nowadays he spends all his time making music, teaching music, and writing about music.