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Posts by Jenny Green
Singing in different genres can develop your vocal skills, but how do you know which styles suit your voice? Here are 5 tips for finding your perfect song.
Do you want to make your practice time more efficient? Or become a more versatile instrumentalist? Audiation can help you develop your musical abilities.
Read about classical musician Jenny Green’s journey of writing songs from metal to ballads and rock, and how she found the “natural” way of songwriting.
If you are thinking about being a music major or are already studying music, don’t miss out on these 5 tips to make the most of your time at university.
If you are thinking of studying music find out about some of the drawbacks and how to avoid them by choosing a university and course that suits you.
Not sure if a music degree is right for you – read on to find out the advantages of being a music major and where it may lead you after university.
Find out how to distinguish pitch and timbre, how to identify an instruments timbre and how recognising timbre has shaped classical and modern music.
Five essential tips for anyone who is in a band to ensure attention to certain details during rehearsals translate into excellent live performances.
Your beginners guide to the technical terms used in metal music. Sweep-picking, double kicks, screaming and grunting are all demystified in Metal Vocab 101.
Falsetto? Glottal? Belting? If you’re confused by terms used in singing these definitions with audio examples will make them all as clear as a bell.
Every musician must learn how to deal with criticism. Good or bad, deserved or not, you can learn to not just handle criticism but actually use it to improve.