Usuls, one of the two basic elements of Turkish music theory, have a very important place in the field of Turkish music performance and education. Since the period when Turkish music works were taught from teacher to student with the meşk system, the usûls, which have assumed the role of memory recorder and reminder due to their relationship with the lyrics and melody of the works, constitute one of the important pillars of the cultural bridge established between the ages. It is seen that the procedures have undergone many changes in the historical process in terms of naming, definition, application, notation, concepts used in the method and times. There are differences in the definitions, representations and applications of the procedures in the sources used in the methodology education today.
In this work, which is the first book in which Turkish music procedures are presented together with their applications, the usûls are defined in the simplest and most understandable way possible. By adding the note of a work that will set an example to each usûl, the mints of the usûls were written in the beginning parts of the notes, in order to help the learning of the works by using the usûl. The main patterns and clamors of the procedures were practiced by knocking, and the video recordings of the practices were easily accessed with the QR code added to the book. In each video, the writing of the relevant usûl along with the practices made with kudum is given and it is aimed to follow and learn the mints easily by coloring the usûl notes together with the kudum mints.