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How To Become A Musical Mind Reader!

How To Become A Musical Mind Reader!
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  • Can You Learn to
    Tell The

    Future Of a Song?


  • In one
    hour or so, you can learn how to be a

    “prophet” — see
    into the future

    and tell all these things about almost any song:

  • What’s the

    most likely


    for the song to start on…

  • What’s the

    most likely


    for the song to end on…

  • What the three

    most likely

    in any song are…

  • What the

    second chord

    in a song will probably be…

  • What the 4th, 5th, and 6th

    most likely

    in any song are…

  • What chord follows a

    7th chord

    85% of the time…

  • Why a knowledge of
    dominant 7ths

    can revolutionize your understanding of what’s 
    happening in any given song…

  • Why a knowledge of the
    of 4ths

    gives you a huge edge about what chords are coming next…

Dear Friend:

Do you have any idea how valuable this knowledge is? Can
you see how it could benefit you right away and give you a
big edge in music?
Let’s take an example from another

What if you had the ability to predict what the price of a
stock, let’s say IBM, would be tomorrow morning? Would that give
you ad edge in the stock market? Even if you were wrong 15% of
the time, it would only be a matter of months until you were
so rich you wouldn’t be able to spend all the money you made.


Of if you could predict what the price of pork bellies, or
cattle, or soybeans, or corn…or anything — you would soon
own the world and most of the solar system.

In music, money isn’t involved directly, but another
kind of riches is — satisfaction, enjoyment, mutual respect of
other musicians,
etc., and you have it within your power to
gain the ability to accurately predict — with accuracy ranging
from 60% up to 85% — what will happen next in a song in
terms of chord progressions.

Will you ever be wrong? Of course. I still miss now and then.
But you’ll understand the framework of why chords progress the
way they do, so your confidence level will soar.

Wouldn’t it be nice if
you could predict which chord would probably come next
in a song?

I’ve got some good news for you.

It is

Not 100%, but
somewhere on the order of 75% to 85% accurate.

That’s because music has


— like the skeleton that holds your flesh, muscles, and
skin up. If you had no bones — no skeleton — your
flesh and all the other parts of you would fall in a
heap on the floor. Not a pretty picture. But because you
DO have a skeleton, you are able to walk around and
pretty accurately predict which way your next step will
take you.

It’s the same in music. Music has

— a skeleton to hold it up, hold it together. And that
skeleton is made out of chords — harmony — the tonal
center of the song or piece.

You Can
Predict Which Chord Comes Next. You Can
Become a “Musical Mindreader”!

In any given key you can play in, there are

— chords that occur way more
than other chords. They are like family members of that
particular key.

At your house, let’s say you have 3 people in your
family — your spouse, your child, and you. On the same
block, but down the street a few houses, lives your
cousin and her family.

At any given moment, who are the most likely people to
be in your house?


Payton Manning?



Barry Bonds

I don’t think so!

It’s possible, of course, but not too likely. If I had
to guess, I would say it would be either you, your
spouse, or your child. It might be your cousin down the
street – there’s a much better chance of that than, say,
Hillary or George — but my best odds would be to guess
that the family members would be there.

   It’s the
same way with chords.

In any given key,
there are 3 “family members” that are residents of that
key — the
chord, the
chord, and the
V chord.

They are far and away the most likely chords
to occur in any given key.

chord comes next?

  • So how
    could I tell whether it should be



  • If the
    melody is a “B”,
    then the chord is probably a
    chord. Why? Because “B
    is in the

    chord, but is not in the



  • If the
    melody is a “A”,
    than I would guess that the chord is
    Why? Because “A
    is in the

    chord, but is not in the



  • Does that
    mean that there are always just 3 chords in a song? No,
    but there are literally hundreds of songs that are made
    of just 3 chords.


  • What if
    there are more than 3 chords in a song? What then?

That’s what we’ll take up in the course so you’ll
understand it clearly!

How will it
help you to become a “musical mindreader”?

  • You’ll amaze other
    musicians & friends who don’t know what you know…


  • You will develop more confidence
    in your playing as a musician…


  • If you play for a
    living, there’s a good chance it will increase your


  • If you teach piano or
    guitar or any instrument, you’ll have a wealth of
    knowledge about music that you can share with your

things you’ll learn…

  • Learn what
    chords will occur in any key…


  • Learn what
    chord to start on — once you know the key of a song…


  • Learn what
    three chords are the most likely to be used in any song…


  • Learn what
    chords 7th chords “want” to progress to…


  • Learn “the
    family of chords” and never wonder who is in each family


  • Apply your
    new knowledge to any song in any key — major or minor.


  • You’ll learn
    about the “fam”, the “cousins”, and the “neighbors” —
    enough chords to keep you going (and other guessing) for a
    long time.


  • You’ll also learn all
    about the “Circle of 4ths” and how it reveals “family
    secrets” of key relationships, chord relationships, chord
    progressions, chord substitutions…

you see the power in this? Once you understand the Circle
of 4ths and how it works, there’s no key that can stump you
— you’ll understand every single key that any song or
piece could be written in. People who know and understand this
circle are at a tremendous advantage over other musicians.

could go on and on, but if you don’t see the power of
becoming a musical mindreader
by now, there’s nothing else I
could say that would convince you.

And for 39
— the price of a
cheap pair of shoes
— you just can’t go wrong. You have

everything to gain, and nothing
at all to lose.




You can
download this great course right now
— immediately —
no waiting for delivery by mail. In five
minutes from now
you could be learning things that
could change your musical life.