There are two ways to learn about a subject, book knowledge and real world knowledge.
Book knowledge is the study of how something should work, or has historically worked, when viewed under controlled circumstances.
Real-world knowledge is the study, often learned subconsciously, of things that book knowledge either hasn’t figured out yet, or is too nuanced to summarize on paper.
Each one only has limited use by itself, as one may show you the patterns that aren’t visible on first look, while the other shows you the actual practical use.
It is the combination of over twenty years on stages around the world and post graduate studies that informs the innovative practices behind the success of the Ear Worm Music method.