What if you found everything you ever needed to know and learn about musical pitch (every note, scale, chord, progressions, etc.) in a simple diagram that could fit in the palm of your hand?
The Circle of Fifths is that magical musical master tool.
If you want a stone cold hit you need to write a four chord song!
With so many chords to choose from, why do so many hit songs end up with the same four chords? Click through and discover the secrets behind these four magical chords.
Are you ready to dive into the exciting world of minor chords?
Learn how minor chords are made, in addition to some common minor chord progressions, how to write them, and how to use them in your own music.
“What does it mean to be a musician?
There’s a lot more to being a musician than just learning to play an instrument.
Dive in to this article and explore the the five core skills of musicianship with Dr. Chad West.
When you first start exploring the world of musical ear training, it’s easy to get lost in all the different approaches and conflicting advice out there.
There is no one perfect ear training solution – no “one size fits all” – but fortunately, with all the options available today, you have the opportunity to find the perfect ear training approach to suit you.
Wondering if ear training is worth the effort?
Click through and discover the top 10 reasons for ear training.
Have you wished you could sing the songs you love – but thought it was impossible because you can’t sing in tune?
The good news is that you can learn to sing in tune – and it’s easier than you might think.
What types of activities will help get better at music?
Apart from playing music, or listening to great shows like the Musicality Podcast, there are plenty of non-music activities that can help you improve your musical abilities. The Musical U team breaks down three of them for you: https://www.musical-u.com/learn/improve-musical-ability/
Are you able to tune up your instrument by ear – or do you rely on an electronic tuner?
Being able to tune your instrument is an important and learnable skill. One which will actually benefit you in a number of ways.
Learn more from the Musical U team!
Have you ever wanted to get out there and start performing?
Maybe solo at an open mic night, maybe getting involved in the local blues jam, maybe starting or joining a band – or even going out and getting paying gigs as a live performer.
We were pleased to speak with our friend Brent Vaartstra from the Learn Jazz Standards podcast and Passive Income Musician. Brent shares some really valuable insights and actionable tips.
Learn how to go from practicing by yourself at home to confidently sharing your music with the world.
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