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What if your Music Career could get a massive boost from improving Just 1 Thing?
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What if it boosted your Confidence?

You know what to do and are no longer guessing

What if it improved your Competence?

You know what is required and how to deliver it

What if it ignited your Performance?

No more delay between idea and execution
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Master the Most Important Music Factor
You can finally Hear, Feel and Perform music the way you always wanted.

Get out of your musical rut.

Exit that musician maze with a proven strategy to grow and accelerate your skills.

Know exactly how to improve & why.

This step-by-step system will help you strategically prepare for your musical future.

End the confusion & frustration.

Traditional lessons can leave musicians confused and guessing. It’s not just you.

Break through previous roadblocks.

Don’t let wrong information, bad teaching and lack of fundamental skills continue to hold you back.

Understand the "math" of music.

You can develop a practical toolkit of music theory. The right stuff –  the right way.

Learn to Hear, See & Say music rhythm.

Speaking the language of music is essential for the 21st century musician. It’s not hard.

Engage & Accellerate ALL your senses.

Rhythm mastery involves the stacking of Visual, Aural and Motor skills. Explode your abilities.

And so much more...

From Sight-reading to gaining confidence with a click-track – your musicianship will be nurtured and transformed.
All musicians want to be exceptional.

We all want to perform at the highest level.

But too often we’re overwhelmed with crazy schedules that don’t leave time to develop skills needed for peak, musical performance.



Until NOW…

You can unlock your musical potential when you super-charge your Rhythm Factor.

This is where Paul Babelay’s 5-Step Plan to Rhythm Mastery truly shines.

This proven system will help you prepare for anything musical in your future. Whatever you want to do with music will improve.

It’s a plan to be your best – by learning to Hear, See and Perform music with confidence and focus.


The “IT Factor” – the missing ingredient.

The Rhythm Factor will help you develop the It Factor that all great musicians have.

  • Focus without fear
  • Accuracy & Precision
  • Feel & Groove
  • Perform with power & sensitivity
  • Play with passion – make every note count

Empower your musical voice to soar.

Rhythm is the Foundation for Everything
Here is what some of the best have to say:

“You should have that sense of time – you know, ah… before you have the notes. If you have the notes and you don’t have the sense of time, you kinda don’t know what to do with the notes. “

Robben Ford

I mean, in the course of an evening, people will take a solo here and there, but generally it’s all about the rhythm of that music.”

Charlie Hunter

“Rhythm is the most fundamental element of music”.
Wynton Marsalis
“Rhythm is the most fundamental element of music”.
Wynton Marsalis
Want to see the 5-Step System?
The rhythm mastery blueprint for real transformation

1. Learn the Ground Rhythms

Every genre has its’ basic rhythms and grooves. From EDM to Bluegrass, Jazz to Classical – the Basics of music are the same for everybody.

2. Downbeats & Upbeats

Every note has a front & back, a down & up. You will learn how to recognize the pulse – accented and unnaceented, and everything in between.

3. Essential Three Rhythms

These 3 rhythms cover 99% of all music you will play. This simple but powerful framework allows you to instantly know how to feel and phrase every note.

4. Rhythmic ABC's

You can learn rhythms naturally, like you learned to read & write. The process is organic, one-note-at-a-time. No memorizing lots of information at once – only what you need, when you need it.

5. Timing is Everything

Total control of your musical expression is the goal. Stacking your Visual, Aural & Physical skills leads to accuracy. No anxiety or wrong teaching – everything you do is in the pocket… right on time
Who is The Rhythm Factor for?
Will it help you?
No matter what instrument you play, you can’t do it well with weak rhythm skills:

  • Guitar
  • Keyboards
  • Drums & Percussion
  • Bass
  • Woodwinds
  • Brass
  • Strings.. anything.

No matter the instrument, it depends on your ability to deliver the rhythm.

“Music comes from the musician, not the instrument”.  Victor Wooten

Songwriters & Composers
If you find your songs are all starting to sound the same, new rhythm patterns are the answer. You can stretch your vocabulary musically & lyrically:

  • Don’t be limited by your performance ability
  • Learn new & creative ways to word paint
  • Understand different layers of the song, ground rhythm, signature licks, background patterns and solo lines
  • Perform more interesting accompaniment parts on guitar or piano
  • Be comfortable with new styles and concepts
Nothing slows a session down more than an engineer that doesn’t really understand music. Having great equipment is no substitute for knowing every detail of the music – from the form to the individual parts.

You can speak the language of music, know exactly what needs fixing, where it is in the music, and when to punch in and get out. Be confident and prepared, regardless of the session you’re in

Let’s face it – rhythm is generally not the strongest skill most vocalists have. Weak rhythm ability will keep you from getting the gigs you want. That can be fixed!

  • Learn to read charts
  • Read lead sheets and sheet music
  • Know how to count music in any genre
  • Be comfortable talking the language of music
  • Prepare for auditions with confidence
  • Hear and create different layers of vocal parts
  • Be marketable in both live and studio settings
Real producers aren’t limited to pre-made loops and samples. They understand music and know how to make a track come to life.

Understand the language of music to quickly and effectively get what you want. From the rhythm section to big lyric hooks – producers need to know rhythm down to the smallest detail.

It’s not rocket science. You can do it too.

The Rhythm Factor isn’t just for emerging professionals. It’s for anybody that wants to have personal fun with music.

Remember – nothing happens in music without rhythm.

  • Playing for fun
  • Jamming with friends
  • Starting a band to play on weekends
  • Learning to play an instrument
  • Learning to read music

So no matter your musical goals, start here – you won’t regret it.

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