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A music theorist is helping people to discover new sounds and styles through music theory, and she’s making it all possible.

With the help of music theorist and audio journalist and broadcaster Julia Toth, The Globe and Mail has uncovered new music theory concepts, from the sound of a guitar chord to the sound signature of a particular vocal melody.

Toth, who also writes a blog called Music Theory of the Mind, is a music critic who also happens to be a music professor.

In this episode of The Globe & Mail, she talks to host Carol Off about her work.

She also talks to us about the art of making music and the many challenges musicians face when they try to make it.

Listen to the episode at the top of the page.

Listen to our music theory podcast with Julia T.

Toths music theory class on The Globe& Morning.

Toth says her classes are very interactive, and there are two kinds of music theory classes in Canada.

One is very academic, like one-on-one, one-to-one or classwork, and the other is like group, class, or groupwork.

There are also a lot of online music theory programs.TOTH is currently teaching a one-day music theory course at Toronto’s Ryerson University, where students are required to attend classes in order to take part in the program.

This is one of her most popular classes, which students can sign up for by clicking on this link.TOTM students can get the course by registering at the Ryerson Online Music Theory website.

The course costs $250 for a two-week period, and you can get it by going to the website and clicking on the course link.

If you’re interested in getting involved with the class, you can find out more about it on her website.

Listeners can also find out what music theory is, and how it works, in this episode, with The Globe’s own Carol Off.

Listeners can find the full episode here.

Listen below to our audio review of “Music Theory of a Mind.”TOTT explains why we like the music she studies.

Listen below to the entire episode, featuring music theory from the first half of the 20th century.

Listen here to hear what music theorist Julia Toths is doing with the first installment of her music theory courses, titled Music Theory for a Mind.

Totts class, “Music theory for a mind,” is a free class for students in Toronto and other Canadian cities.

This course, which is free, was originally designed for students from Grade 12 to Grade 17 in 2011, but has since been expanded to cover students of all ages.

T&amp ;amp;M’s music theory program has helped many people learn new music.

We’re also pleased to report that we have many listeners who are eager to share their experiences with the public about the music they learn.

We encourage listeners to share your thoughts and experiences with us in the comments section.