Have you been shaking your head at weak guitar tabs, tedious YouTube tutorials or buggy phone apps, trying to learn a solid foundation in music theory?  You wouldn’t be alone!  Music Protest doesn’t just aggregate content, we publish it.  We know what teachers, players, performers, engineers and DJ’s are dealing with, so we share what we know.


    Music Protest helps musicians expand and advance their abilities and skills. But, we are also working to nurture a shared sense of purpose. Our community is building a stronger connection to what’s real (and active) in music.  Join Music Protest and we’ll keep in touch!

    Lessons in Music Theory

    Most music theory needs to be studied, but not all lessons are equal.  Learning by doing is an approach that we champion.  So, you’ll find super-practical tutorials and hands-on lessons here.


      Music Protest is creating and sharing original podcasts on a regular basis.  The podcast episodes are designed to expose new ways to approach your creative process and improve the results.


      Sometimes it helps to “hear” how something works.  Music Protest is developing a comprehensive style of music education.  We’ve been discovering that sometimes a music theory lesson is easier to hear that to talk about.