Break free of scale-based improvisation with our harmony and chord tone-based approach to creating unforgettable licks on the fly!
Improvising music is sometimes seen as an advanced skill or relevant for certain genres only. However, improvisation has forever been a part of music in every style, era and culture. Learning to improvise great-sounding music doesn’t need to be hard! With the right ear training exercises and some mindset tips you can literally begin improvising music and enjoying the experience of improvisation today.
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If you hope to improvise in a group, communication is key! Learn some valuable techniques and devices to help keep your improv on track.
Improvise For Real’s David Reed details his own musical beginnings, the limitations of traditional music education, and how to improvise – the right way.
Are you a classically-trained musician looking to improvise? Learn how to inject spontaneity into your music with melody, harmony, rhythm, and more.
Melody often gets all the attention in the world of improvisation, but rhythm is equally important! Learn about how to start improvising with rhythm.
The notes you don’t play are just as important as the ones you do! Learn how to use silence in your improvisation to add interest to your solos.
Learn about improvisation from a pro! Musical U interviews Nick Mainella, jazz musician and creator of the 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast.
Why should you learn to improvise, and how can you go about doing so? Read all about the art of crafting unforgettable licks on the spot!
Improvisation is one of the most useful and sought-after skills a musician can add to their arsenal – get acquainted in this podcast episode!
This week on Musical U: a unique guitarpicking style, swing rhythms, the art of forging your own path in music, and the useful practice of arranging music.
Independent musician and Muz4Now creator Stan Stewart talks improvisation, inspiration, and the art of forging a musical path for yourself.
The Musicality Podcast interviews singing educator Davin Youngs on how he helps musicians express themselves through their voice.