Music is a language, and languages have structure, pattern, and expression.
In Music, we have recipes, just like in life. We all know that our favorite dish, desert, or even entire meal is made up of ingredients, and if we put those ingredients together in a list, and add a set of instructions, we have what we call a recipe.
Like food that nourishes our bodies, music nourishes our soul and mind. We hold dear our recipes, passed down from generations, refined, tested.
In Music, these recipes serve a similar purpose: they create incredibly pleasing, refined, and tested combinations of sound frequencies, from which we spin our stories. We call these recipes, “Keys”.
Keys, in Music, hold a list of ingredients and a set of instructions.
The ingredients are the notes, and the instructions are how those notes are put together. Sometimes the same set of ingredients can produce different dishes, depending on how they are combined, cooked, not cooked, or prepared. Music is the same.
Keys have names just like recipes. Keys have ingredients – notes.
Keys have instructions on how to blend those notes, in certain orders, with timing and space in between steps.
Let’s begin with your favorite recipe. Let’s find the Key that, when you hear notes from within its framework, something inside lights up and motivates you to begin creating your nourishing masterpiece.