With a strong vocal foundation and making space, a singer can produce amazing effects. What’s more, good technique can help you keep singing for a lifetime.
Posts by Marisa Balistreri
How do opera singers achieve huge sound for a lifetime singing career? Part of the answer is in moving out of the way – mentally, yes, but also physically.
Learning to “spell” intervals is essential but the standard way to work them out is too slow! Use these tricks to speed it up.
Beginning improvisers often lose their way in the form. Stefan Hall shares his teaching about listening to the rhythm section to keep your solo on track.
The nuts-and-bolts of how to succeed in music, rock your practicing, read like a pro, and speed up your interval spelling – all with a side of tango love.
To use interval recognition for real musical tasks you’ll need to know how to spell intervals too. Learn quickly with this clever and unusual approach.
Whether through songwriting, singing, disco karaoke, or giving the gift of a Musical U membership – having fun with music keeps our creative juices flowing.
It’s easy to feel stuck or intimidated when writing a new song. Try using this fun song-writing game to loosen up your creativity!
How to train musical skills without quelling the passion? Something old school, something new… Easy Ear Training and Musical U round up the best of both.
Learning these five skills of musicianship and you will be well on your way to becoming a complete and versatile musician in the modern world.
Who can sing for three hours straight over an entire orchestra with no mic? Opera singers, of course. Transform your body into the ultimate instrument.
The harmony that began in the Baroque—400 years ago—still rules today’s music, including Jazz and Hip Hop. Make chords work for you, and ignite your career.