Music theory doesn’t have to be confusing. In this episode we share some mindset shifts to make theory easy and accessible for you.
Solo pianist and composer Michele McLaughlin inspires creativity with her emotional approach to improvisation and composing.
Musical success means overcoming challenges and making mistakes. In this episode you will learn mindset shifts and practical tips for handling mistakes.
Paul Wertico, renowned as the “musical” drummer, discusses what musicality means. Learn how understanding the role of the drummer can help you improve.
Sound better and play better by learning to play by heart. Sarah Jeffery from Team Recorder shares some tips to improve your musicality. Tune in.
Blues Guitar Institute founder John Hatcher talks instrument technique, blues fundamentals, and his game-changing concept of “microlicks”.
Looking to start improvising? In this episode, we share a very useful mental framework and outlook to get yourself improvising freely – today.
Does the idea of improvisation intimidate you? In this episode, we talk about how you can make improv accessible and attainable in your musical journey.
Find out how you can make your musical practice creative right from day one, with the help of mental models discussed in the Musicality Unleashed series.
Tim Topham discusses how to bring music to life through creative music teaching, and how to marry this approach with traditional drill-based ear training.
Musical U interviews music educator Aimee Nolte on her music background and how she teaches musicality skills through her engaging YouTube channel.
Composer and music educator Jeff Schneider talks to Musical U about effective practice, the learning process, and keeping your creative output alive.