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Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad XXL

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This Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad is designed to help those who struggle with music theory making it the perfect music theory learning tool for beginners. The mousepad displays a chord building table, a simplified circle of fifths diagram, a major and minor key chord table for building chord progressions, a handy inversions chart, a sight reading chart allowing you to learn how to read sheet music, a musical modes table and a scale building table. Everything you will ever need to write a song or produce music is featured on this music theory cheat sheet. Also available as a digital PDF and on poster.

✅ 800×300 mm in size
✅ 10 light modes
✅ Button control
✅ USB Cable (1.8m) included
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✅ Soft smooth surface
✅ Learn to read sheet music
✅ Nonslip Neoprene base bottom
✅ Learn the relative keys in music
✅ Form any chord in music
✅ Create any musical scale
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Material:
Non Slip Rubber + Fabric Top
Package: 1 pc/polybag, 1 mousepad, 1 1,8m USB cable, 1 flyer

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Introducing the XXL version of our Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad! This XXL version is 800mm wide and 300mm long making it the perfect tool to sit on your studio desk. Featuring the same but much larger handy cheat sheets and illustrations as the smaller version. The XXL version is also available with LED functionality which gives you 10 different lighting modes and a dedicated button to control your lights. A long USB cable is also included which can be connected to either a USB port on your laptop or PC, or via a power plug.

Music Theory Simplified

Music theory is one of the most common roadblocks for self-taught musicians and producers. However, it’s often not the music theory itself that’s actually difficult, it’s the way it’s being taught. That’s why we designed a mousepad that breaks down the difficult concepts of music theory into easy-to-understand modern visualizations that anyone can understand and implement. The Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad is designed to make music theory easy for you.

Build any chord with the chord building chart

On the top left of the mousepad, you will find a chord-building table. This table shows you how to build any chord displaying the name of the chord, and the corresponding formula to build it. To make it even easier to understand, we have visualized that chord using an exemplary keyboard. Using the chord building chart will allow you to build any chord, from major or minor chord to sus chords, dominant, augmented, and diminished chords.

Learn to read sheet music

Another often concept of music theory that’s perceived as difficult, is the concept of reading sheet music. Regardless of your role in music, it can be very helpful to know how to read sheet music. Whether you’re trying to figure out the notes and chords of your favorite song from a piece of sheet music, or if you just want to broaden your musical knowledge. Knowing how to read from sheet music is never a bad thing! That’s why we included a sight-reading chart that breaks down all the notes on the bass and treble clef for you, while also displaying helpful mnemonics to remember the exact names of each space on the bass/treble cleff.

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Learn to sight read
Learn the musical modes

Musical modes are a type of scale with distinct melodic characteristics. The 7 modes, Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian and Locrian, come from the earliest forms of western music. Using our modes table, you can identify and learn the formulas to these 7 modes and learn to start using them when writing songs.

Make your chords more interesting with the inversion chart

Once you’ve gained knowledge on how to build chords, you can make them sound more interesting using inversions. An inversion, in music, is the rearrangement of the top-to-bottom elements in an interval, a chord, or a melody. The inversion of chords and intervals is utilized for various purposes, for example, to create a melodic bass line or (with certain chords) to modulate to a new key. To invert a chord or an interval is to rearrange its notes so that the original bottom note becomes an upper note. This can make a chord sound more characteristic, or make the chord easier to play within chord progressions.

 

A simplified version of the circle of fifths

The circle of fifths is one of the most valuable concepts to learn in music theory. However, it is also often a concept that very few people are able to fully grasp. It will help you remember key signatures, familiarize yourself with your instrument and unlock creativity with chords and progressions. To make it easier for you we’ve designed a simplified visualization of the circle of fifths, that shows you exactly how many sharps or flats are in a key and most importantly where these sharps and flats are on the keyboard. The circle of fifths is a way to visualize the twelve musical keys and put them in a convenient order. It’s used in music to help remember the notes that make up each key and group similar keys based on the notes that they share.

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Circle Of Fifths
Create literally ANY chord progression

When we say a song or piece of music is in a particular key, it usually means that all the chords are derived from one scale type. Learning how to figure out what chords are in a key is a useful skill any musician can learn. If somebody for example says “Hey, let’s jam in the key of E”, what chords could you play that will fit with that key? Using the major and minor key chord tables, you’ll be able to figure out the main chords in any key quickly and effectively. You’ll also see if that chord is the first, second, third or fifth chord out of the key.

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Key chords chart
Create amazing melodies with the piano scale cheat sheet

Just as learning good grammar is important to speaking properly, scales are important to writing msic properly. Scales are the foundation of any song allowing you to write melodies to produce original music. Knowing scales is therefore critically important. We’ve designed a section on the bottom right of the mousepad that visualizes the major, natural minor harmonic minor, melodic minor, major pentatonic, minor pentatonic, and blues scales. We’ve also displayed the step sequence to form any of these scales in any key.

High-quality fabric

Made from high-quality, durable fabric. Because of the soft fabric top, your mouse will move freely, so you can browse, work, and navigate with pinpoint ease.

Neoprene Backing Prevents Slipping

The Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad provides plenty of grip which keeps the pad in place on all surfaces, even during intense use. Therefore the Neoprene base prevents slipping, allowing you to freely maneuver your mouse.

Worldwide shipping

We ship our packages to all countries and continents with an average of estimated 7 days delivery time. For more information on shipping visit our shipping policy page.

 

Additional information

Weight 450 g
Dimensions 300 × 800 × 10 mm
color

Black, White

Style

With LED, Without LED

4 reviews for Music Theory Cheat Sheet Mousepad XXL

  1. Dave Smith

    Mine arrived today without LEDs. This tool is amazing to have in your studio. Its really large and the charts are very well designed.

  2. Hans

    Quick delivery and great product👍

  3. Dieter

    Arrived really fast in Germany. It helps me alot with writing songs and learning theory. Great product.

  4. Ahmed

    Definitely recommending this to my friends. Best tool i have ever found for producers. The delivery was fairly swift had to wait about 7 days. The product looks and feels amazing I really love the circle of fifths chart and the chord building tool. I can honestly say that i cannot imagine myself not using this tool anymore. Greetings from 🇦🇪

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