How can you find other musicians to collaborate with or form a band?
Musical U spoke with Kevin from @VamprApp to find out how their app helps musicians find each other online.
Many musician’s seek fame and fortune with music – but how do they achieve it?
There’s no one, single way for a musician to “make it” in this day and age.
Some of today’s most popular musicians have been discovered while singing at a local dive bar, while others have hustled and self-promoted until they secured the agency connections they needed to succeed.
But there’s no doubt that one of the most unique ways for an aspiring musician to stake their claim to fame is through YouTube.
Check out these 4 inspiring examples of big-time musicians who made their names on YouTube – and how they did it!
Wondering what ear training exercises are most effective to improve singing?
Check out this article and learn the main areas to focus on – and have fun improving vocal skills!
Can you tell the difference between a snare and a hi-hat by ear?
Read this article and you will be able to name all the common parts of a drum kit by sight and by sound. Dive in!
Genres come and go, pushed into oblivion by new trends in music. Yet few styles have stood the test of time as well as ska music.
Read on to learn about the three waves of ska music, the instrumentation and rhythms that make it unique, how it compares to reggae, and of course, the identity of this mysterious “Rudy” character mentioned in an overwhelming number of ska songs.
6/8 is a popular time signature in music. It seems simple enough: six eighth-note beats per bar. However, musicians often struggle to recognise or play 6/8.
There are six common mistakes musicians make with 6/8. Learn about them and you’ll be able to avoid them yourself.
Did you know the roots of rock music go back nearly 70 years!?
Dive in to this article for an introduction to the long, storied past of Rock music.
With the seemingly endless fountain of resources available for the self-taught musician, it can be hard to weed out exactly how to approach your learning journey.
In this episode, we discuss the idea of the musical roadmap and how we use them here at Musical U.
🎶Want to take your rhythm to the next level?
Complex rhythms are one of the most initially intimidating elements we come across when learning music. There are several ways to simplify complex rhythms, and one of the most versatile ones is to reduce them into groups of 2’s and 3’s.
Read on to learn more.
Having an outcome-based goal is helpful, but musicians need to couple outcome goals with process goals.
Learn more about goal setting to inspire you to reach for you aspirations.