The Memory Arts Sampler
Download this free sample to find out more about The Memory Arts by Sarah and David Trustman
Customer reviews for The Memory Arts Sampler
From what have read so far, very convinced. Did end up getting the full book
Memory arts freeby uses very interesting memorizing techniques. Its a good taster.
There are plenty more memory arts to choose from.
I have always been very interested in memory works, and I got really interested when I found out that there was a book that teaches techniques and mnemonics. Being able to read a sneak peak of the book gives me a better idea and I loved it very much.
If you are interested about doing memorized deck magic this might be a good system to consider. Memory arts methods speed up your learning and you probably remember the deck much more longer than just trying to brute force. After seeing this sampler you might want to buy the book aswell.
Really solid book. This is great for those who are interested in memory effects because it provides a good foundation for beginners and advance magicians.
I know that memorization is not for everyone but this download is free. I just downloaded it out of curiosity and now it has enticed me to digging deeper into learning this craft. It is a nice little sample just to familiarize yourself with what it actually is. I works suggest even if you have never been interested, or think that you are not interested, just give it a look. What do you have to lose? There's no cost, just a little time. And who knows, you might just find that your more interested than you thought...
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Scott asks: what is the difference between the print version and the ebook? is the content the same?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The ebooks cover specific stacks, whereas the book is a rewrite and redesign discussing how to use their system for any stack.