Is there an ear training course in your future? Don’t go there without being prepared! Just Another Flutist gives five tips on how to be ready for class.
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The effects of music lessons extend way beyond the realm of music itself. Learn 6 surprising ways music study benefit your life and your children’s lives.
Originally a tool to help students with music theory, Bob Habersat and Paul Levy have built The Shed into a fantastic resource for all music learners.
Technical metal challenges the bravest transcriber. Yet armed with a little music theory and common software, the most daunting riffs are within your grasp.
In today’s world, a successful musician is often a successful businessperson. Find out how both these aspects of yourself can create together in harmony.
The band is solid. Now where will the fans find you? No one knows band websites better than Bandzoogle. Their outreach guy Dave Cool shows us how it’s done.
Music reading is often taught first. But when we learn first by ear, our musicality emerges much more easily. Singing connects listening with music-making.
Chris Jarvis left his metal bands for a successful solo career in dubstep. Find out how he did it, how he makes music, and his advice for the up-and-coming.
Nose stuck in the sheet music? Come on out! Follow these simple steps and start playing violin by ear. It takes practice, but it’s easier than you think!
Can too much music theory spoil your creativity? Nashville Guitar Guru Dave Isaacs shows how music theory enhances every aspect of our musical experience.
Want to grow as a guitar player? Surprise: it’s not about your hands, but your ears. See how quickly a few aural skills can move you from awful to awesome!