New musicality video:
Hi, this is Christopher Sutton, the Founder and Director of Musical U, and I’d love to share with you what’s new in Musical U this month. You can watch the video above or read on to learn more. https://www.musical-u.com/learn/whats-new-musical-u-september-2017/
Now normally in these “What’s New” videos, we’re sharing what’s new inside the membership site of Musical U, a kind of peek-behind-closed-doors. But this month actually, our biggest news is something outside the membership site, something that you can get involved with absolutely free. That is the Musicality Podcast, a new audio show where we’re interviewing some of the leading music educators in the world and sharing with you their insights and techniques to help you improve faster in music.
The second big development this month was inside the membership site and that’s our latest Resource Packs for guitar, bass, piano, and singing. This month, our topic was 1-4-5 chord progressions, which are the most common type of chord progression in music.
So our big announcement this month was the launch of the Musicality Podcast. This is an audio show that we’re publishing twice a week. You can listen in for free and it’s a podcast, which means it’s a bit like radio-on-demand. You can tune in with iTunes or Stitcher, Google Play Music and you can listen on your phone, on your tablet, on your computer. Wherever is convenient, there will be a way for you to listen to this free podcast.
The other big development at Musical U this month was our latest resource packs, in our Instrument Packs for guitar, bass, piano, and singing.
At Musical U, we have a lot of chord training to help you develop your ears and your inner skills. But if you play one of these four instruments, we also offer an instrument pack that shows you exactly how to apply it on that instrument.
So, for example, our core training can help you learn to recognize 1-4-5 chord progressions by ear. But this month’s resource pack shows you exactly how to play through them and put that into practice on your guitar, piano, bass – or even if you’re a singer, how you can connect with 1-4-5 chord progressions and use it to help you be a better singer.
So that’s what’s new at Musical U this month:
1. Our brand new Musicality Podcast where we’re sharing insights and tips and tricks from the worlds leading music educators on the topic of musicality, and
2. Our latest resource packs for guitar, bass, piano and singing on the topic of 1-4-5 chord progressions.
Thanks for joining me for this look inside what’s new at Musical U this month and I hope to see you inside soon.
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