Learn how Musical U member CarlyA2Z took her music education into her own hands, and has been progressing by leaps and bounds ever since!
They say that failing to plan is planning to fail, and that’s certainly true in music. It can be tempting to just “wing it” with your musicality training and enjoy the free exploration of learning music. But if you really want to reach your goals, you need to learn how to plan effectively.
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With their versatility, dedication, and near-frightening perfectionism, pianists are a rare species. Learn what sets them apart from the rest!
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Jason Dzamba shares a process for composing that will help you steer clear of writer’s block and focus your creativity.
Sometimes, it’s not your skills holding you back, but your mindset. Musician/teacher Lisa McCormick shares the secret of overcoming these mental barriers!
Does it really take 10,000 hours to become a master musician? We explore the truths and caveats of the rule, and how you can apply it to your practice.
Professional musician and innovative music educator Ged Brockie shares his advice for resisting shortcuts and learning an instrument – the right way.
If you’re losing enthusiasm with ear training, it’s likely that you’ve fallen into the famous Ear Training Trap. Learn how to steer clear of this roadblock!
Revisiting an instrument is like getting reacquainted with an old friend – with some hurdles. Learn how aural skills can make this reunion go smoothly!
A professional music education counsellor shares her tips for deciding on a music school that will fit both your learning style and your dreams.
A writer by profession, Marc Schuster always felt a magnetic pull towards music that proved impossible to ignore. Discover how he made the switch!
Guitar students often quit before they’ve finished their first year. And guitar teachers can’t make a living. The G4 Guitar Method solves both these issues.
Looping isn’t just for live performance! Discover how it can help with songwriting, ear training, and taking an honest look at your own music.