Do you love exploring different worlds in music history?
Let’s travel to the magnificent Baroque Era!
Looking to improve your vocal technique?
Learn how to make space and free up your voice in this free lesson.
Playing 88 keys with 2 hands and 10 fingers can make the options on a piano overwhelming.
This is why the piano is one of the most powerful and most intimidating instruments for learning to improvise.
Fortunately there are some simple steps you can take to gradually become an expert piano improviser.
Read on and start jamming today!
You hear a favorite tune on the radio and jump to your instrument, trying to pluck out the melody.
When you listen to a tune and try to write out what you hear, you are transcribing music. In this series from Musical U you will learn how to transcribe this instrumental track, step-by-step.
Let’s get started!
Did you know there are actually two different types of ear training exercise?🤔
If you have a lot of experience with theory classes or with playing in an organized ensemble, you’re may be familiar with these two different (but equally important) types of ear training method.
Enjoy this free lesson and learn how to double your ear training progress.🚀
Dry mouth, cold and clammy hands, heart pounding in your chest, sweat dripping down your spine, and your mind racing with doubts and fear – many musicians have experienced stage fright.
But how do we overcome this fear?
It doesn’t go away with age, skill, or years of experience.
In this free article you’ll learn 5 different ways you can practise to better manage and control your adrenaline and ultimately, enhance your stage presence.
Musicians often complain they don’t have enough time to practise.
In many cases, the biggest obstacles you might hear them mention are time constraints.
This is especially true for new and budding musicians. They might have a certain idea of what they think learning music should be like and get discouraged before they even begin. The good news is that these obstacles are mostly mental.
Check out these hints to get the most out your hard work and dedication.
Whether you’re just beginning your musical journey or you’ve been a musician all your life, we all have dreams about where we see our musical skills down the road.
No matter what your dream entails, we have great news for you: you can get there! All you need to do is map out your strategy.
🎸Thinking about taking online music lessons?
Thanks to the internet, there are now more options for learning to play an instrument than ever before.
While many musicians still opt to attend in-person lessons, others are seeking out brand new ways to learn and improve their musical abilities. Pre-recorded video lessons, Skype lessons, training modules, and online exercises are all examples of the new ways musicians can fine-tune their skill without even having to walk out their front door.
There are a lot of advantages to taking music lessons online, but there are a few disadvantages to be aware of, too.
Learn more in this free article.
Music can be complex and that can make the task of transcribing it seem overwhelming!
Let’s continue our exploration into this subject by moving to the rhythm section.