Unique resources for the aspiring composer!

Here's what you'll get ...

  • Horizontal Harmony (Full Course)
  • How To Compose In The Style Of Prokofiev
  • Composing On Guitar
  • The Top 3 Traps Most Composers Fall Into (and how to avoid them)
  • Create Better Chord Progressions ... in 10 min.
  • How To Write Long-Form Compositions That Are Interesting
  • Unleash Creativity - Your Potential As An Artist
  • Best Use of AI (ChatGPT) For Composers
  • The Top 10 Techniques For Gathering Musical Ideas Quickly
  • Gathering - Sketching - Developing -- Applied To The Orchestra
  • The Composer's Business Booster
  • we regularly add new items to the Toolkit ...

Who created the Composer's Toolkit and why?

In short, we are TC and Frank, co-founders of the Music Interval Theory Academy, and we dedicate our time to helping composers become more efficient and sound unique using Interval Theory.

That's our mission, and the free Composer's Toolkit gives you exclusive access to many techniques and concepts that we've used endless times (yes, they work!) in our professional work as composers!

Interval Theory has helped hundreds of composers, just like you, create more original and unique music.


MITA offers a new and revolutionary perspective that allows composers to see music in a different way. If you are a composer, musician, or orchestrator, I highly recommend joining!

Miguel Coiz - Media Composer

MITA has been a game-changer in the way I write music for commercials, trailers, television, and feature films. With tight deadlines, I always feel like I have a competitive edge over other writers!

Marc Aaron Jacobs - Composer for Media

MITA is a real gem to me. In simple words, it's the most efficient music generator and I use it on a daily basis!

Lorenzo Ferrero - Grammy Award Winning Jazz Musician & Composer

Before MITA, my writing was very predictable, staying safe within the diatonic/ modal world which worked for me up to a point. But now, I write orchestral compositions I never knew I was capable of!

Rick Frost - Professional Bass Player & Composer

MITA is much more than a music theory course. It's deeply practical and has transformed my creative process, how I think about music, and, of course, my results. I'm very happy to be a part of the MITA family.

Nathanael Iversen - Composer & Entrepreneur

I composed 27 pieces in the last six months, thanks to the methodology taught inside the Academy! It has helped me a lot to discover and speak my own musical voice!

Olivier Bostvironnois - Professional Composer

Since starting my MITA training, I find myself finishing songs within 3-4 hours. Now, I really enjoy writing music every day. This is musical freedom!

Justin DiCenzo - Composer, Music Producer & Musician

MITA removes the confines of traditional Diatonic thinking thus freeing up the creative path. It has also given me the confidence to compose in any style and get great results much faster!

Gareth Prosser - Composer, Orchestrator, Arranger and Member of the Blue Man Group

MITA combines the best of two worlds, the Diatonic system, and the intervals. You are in total control of how much spice you want to add to your composition. This is simply the best method out there!

Marc Bercovitz - Award-winning Composer, Arranger & Orchestrator

In just a single week, MITA expanded my compositional knowledge beyond what I learned at my own tertiary institution- and continues to do so! It's such a unique way of writing musical ideas.

Leanne Puttick - Conducter & Composer

MITA has pretty much eradicated writer’s block for me. The intervallic approach is unique, and it works! Highly recommended to everybody who is struggling with writer's block.

Robin Wade - Composer for Media

MITA gives me the tools and a bigger palette of compositional techniques that I can apply to any genre of music. It's like learning and perfecting a new and exciting language.

Vivian Khor - Grammy-nominated composer

Do you have some musical examples?

Most composers never discover Interval Theory. Well, you're one of the lucky guys, so let's listen to some music based on Interval Theory from Academy members.