Have a strong melody, lyrics and hook – now what?
It’s time to have some fun arranging!!
A great arrangement can really make a song stand out. Learn what it means to arrange a song – and how to get started in this free article.
Pitch is one of the most fundamental aspects of music, and developing your ear for pitch is an excellent starting point and area of focus for musical ear training.
As we train our ears to perceive tension and release, we gain deeper appreciation as we listen to music and greater mastery in composing, improvising, and playing by ear.
Learn how each scale degree sounds when we move from one chord to another in a chord progression.
Singing melodies by ear is very intimidating for many musicians.
That’s why Musical U has developed a roadmap to give you a step-by-step approach to learning intervals.
And put them to practical use to sing melodies by ear!
Want to share the joy of singing by teaching – but finding that people are resistant to the idea of singing?
We spoke with a number of music educators who specialise in helping people learn to sing in tune and it’s been fascinating to hear how they tackle these issues of ears, voice and emotion.
In this article we share some of the tips and techniques they have found most effective.
Click the link and enjoy.
Every musician knows that training your musical ears is an important part of becoming more musical.
But how should you get started?
While we’re all trained to believe that it’s pure talent that makes the best musicians, we often fail to remember that our favorite musicians are not perfect and still make mistakes that require hours of practice to master.
There’s nothing like the thrill of live music! Why is this such an important component of musicality?
Find out with the Musical U team.
Want to hack your music practice and boost your results?
In this episode we share a golden nugget from Marc Gelfo’s masterclass about accelerating your music learning.
Enjoy these practical tips.
A lot of discussion can be had over whether the guitar should be tuned by ear or with the help of an electronic device.
As we’re about to see, tuning by ear has multiple benefits over the “easier” path of using a tuner.