The Musicality Podcast interviews singing educator Davin Youngs on how he helps musicians express themselves through their voice.
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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Begin your modal improvisation journey with the versatile Aeolian and Dorian modes, with the help of Zombie Guitar’s master guitar teacher Brian Kelly.
Prolific songwriter Joanne Cooper shows you how to make a backing track, and the myriad of ways you can use it for practice, improvisation, and more.
Musician and music educator Steve Nixon talks rhythm, improvisation, and gives his own inspiring take on the great musical debate of hard work vs. talent.
The Musicality Podcast interviews Fretboard Toolbox creator Scott Sharp about his unique system for understanding notes and chords.
Learn Jazz Standards’ very own Brent Vaartstra shares the truth about learning to play jazz, and how lessons from jazz music carry over into other genres.
Music educator and Musical U resident pro Sara Campbell shares her insights and tips for improvisation and playing by ear – for musicians of all levels!
Have you felt intimidated by creative tasks like playing by ear and improvisation? Natalie from Music Matters Blog shares how she learned and you can too!
Learn about the musical elements you’ll want to master to play a solo guitar piece that will have the audience hanging onto your every note.
Improvisation can seem hard or even impossible to learn but these 4 approaches give you an easy and relaxed way to get started and keep improving.
Modal improvisation sounds intimidating. But this simple improv trick puts those mysterious modes to work to offer you an easy way to create awesome music
Born the streets of New Orleans, jazz grew through dance, entertainment and pop to become high art, touching nearly every popular music style on the planet.