Improvisation is a fun musical activity but it can be challenging to learn. Here are twelve effective ways you can learn to improvise music yourself.
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Musical U Founder, Christopher Sutton discusses why and how to audiate. Develop powerful musicality with simple exercises you can do anytime, anywhere.
Marilyn White Lowe, author of Music Moves For Piano, brings life to the inner musicality skills of improvising, playing by ear, composing & collaborating.
The President-Elect of the Gordon Institute for Music Learning joins us to discuss Music Learning Theory and how it helps cultivate musicality.
You can Improve your sense of rhythm by internalizing the beat in your mind using audiation. Learn more and practice this skill with some simple exercises.
Understanding harmony is an incredibly useful skill to have as a musician. Learn how singing basslines can help you elucidate a song’s harmonic structure.
Audiation, or the skill of imagining music in your head, is an ability you already have! Discover the benefits it can have on your memory and performance.
It doesn’t matter if you’re not planning on doing opera or fronting a band anytime soon – every musician has something to gain from learning to sing!
Violin teacher Eloise Hellyer talks about her refreshing approach to music education, and how she centers empathy and encouragement in her dynamic lessons.
Solfeggio (do re mi) is a powerful tool but many musicians find it a confusing subject at first. Find out all about it and how it can improve your musical ear.
There’s a musical skill which can bring you unlimited extra practice time and powerfully improve your sense of pitch: audiation. Learn how to do it here.
Do you want to make your practice time more efficient? Or become a more versatile instrumentalist? Audiation can help you develop your musical abilities.