Has anyone ever told you that you can’t sing?
This happens all too often. You may have never pursued singing because you felt it would be impossible to improve your voice.
You can learn to sing – and it’s easier than you might think.
Click the link to learn how to sing in tune!
Want the quickest path to learn, play and write lots of songs?
In this free article we introduce you to chord progressions.
Read on to unlock the power of chords!
What is the best method of ear training?
This a common question among musicians.
It’s understandable. All of us who study music want to learn as efficiently as possible, maximise our ear training results and become better musicians—a.s.a.p.!
In this free article we answer this burning question.
Want to get better at hearing intervals?
Dive in to this article to learn how.
Are you working hard on your ear training?
Maybe it’s to recognise intervals and improvise on saxophone, or play chords by ear on guitar, or learn to sing in tune. Whatever your goal might be, regular practice is essential.
If you’re putting all that time and effort in, make sure you’re getting the maximum results you can.
In this free article we share 7 ways you can get more from your ear training practice and move faster towards your musical goals.
Do you want to be the best musician you can be?
In this article we tell why you should be singing to improve your musicality.
Have you wished you could hear a song and instantly know what the chords are?
In this free article you’ll learn the overall process to playing chords by ear and how create an effective training plan.
Try these strategies and you’ll be surprised how quickly you’ll be playing chords by ear!
Want to make your music more interesting?
Developing rhythm is one of the best ways to improve musicality – and polyrhythms open a world of unlimited rhythmic potential.
Read this article and learn what makes a polyrhythm, how to count them, and how you can practice them on your instrument.
Would you believe that mistakes are essential for music learning?
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You may already have a few good reasons for training your ears, or maybe you’ve just heard that “good musicians need to have a pair of good ears”.
Ear training is about “musifying” yourself: really tuning your ears and brain for music.