Raising children to be musical can be an intimidating task, especially if you aren’t musical yourself.
Many parents worry about when to begin music education: how early is too early?
Here are some tips from Gina at Let’s Play Music! with Gina Weibel that will help to answer these questions.
🎼Are you looking for something to push you to a musical breakthrough?
The Musical U team discusses the practice of exploring and pushing the boundaries of your musicality without self-judgement.
Enjoy this episode and unlock your musicality.
Trying to find an online music teacher?
There are many benefits to learning music online, but it can be more difficult finding a teacher that fits your musical needs.
The team from TakeLessons joins us with some valuable lessons.
Ever wondered how studio pros mix and master recordings to create the perfect blend?
Musicians with this skill are said to have Golden Ears. Their ability to craft the perfect sound is unrivaled.
Learn how to get Golden Ears in this article.
Did you know that ten of thousands of pop, rock, folk, country songs and more use “one four five” chord progressions? That makes it easy to learn to play them by ear.
In this Musical U resource pack, we teach you to understand how those progressions work, how to recognise them and how to play them on your instrument.
There are almost as many approaches to learning music as there are musicians!
Let’s dive into the Kodály method, which combines several powerful techniques for developing the core skills of musicianship.
What is freedom in musical terms?
There are a multiple kinds of musical freedom, and today we’ll be exploring the infinite possibilities of free rhythm 🥁
Chords are a very powerful tool for improvising, composing and playing by ear!
Expand your repertoire of chords by hearing Inversions of diminished and augmented triads.
If you have been learning solfege but struggling to connect the syllables of each note with the score when singing or transcribing, I have good news for you.
There is a great way for you to internalise the name of each note on the score quickly and easily. There is an established way to gain an instinct for the syllables. It is used in conservatoires and music schools around the world and called “Spoken and sung solfeggio”. It was developed by the great Italian pedagogue Ettore Pozzoli.
If you have an interest in scales and tonalities, it’s likely that you’ve already had the pleasure of exploring the wonderful world of musical modes – the collection of scales expressing a rainbow of musical emotions.
Let’s dive into the murky, strange waters of the Locrian mode – we guarantee it’ll open up your ears to the beauty that perpetual tension and a sense of foreboding can hold…