This episode gives an overview on how you can use everything you’ve learned during this month’s episodes to get started in learning improv.
This week, Musical U interviews member Ashley Sherman on her breakthrough moments in music, and how Musical U helped her get there.
The Musicality Podcast interviews music educator extraordinaire Casey McCann about how she developed musicality, and how she passes it on to her students.
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.
The Musicality Podcast interviews Fretboard Toolbox creator Scott Sharp about his unique system for understanding notes and chords.
Ukulele pro Dave Ellis gives expert advice on taking your first steps in playing by ear, and why you should set that tuner aside.
In this podcast, plucky pianista Melody Payne shares the secret of breaking free of sheet music and adding your own spin to the songs you love.
HearAndPlay is one of the leading websites for learning to play music by ear, especially Gospel. Learn how in this interview with Jermaine Griggs.
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!
Solfege is a powerful framework to recognise notes by ear, which lets you improvise and play by ear easily. This training series teaches you how to do it.
Patience, perseverance, and passion made Juanito Pascual an international flamenco phenom. His powerful, inspiring music blends flamenco, jazz, and rock.
The tonic rules, or does it? Sometimes, even when we know the tonic the notes don’t “fit”. Key changes, alien notes, and modes may be behind the madness.