Adele’s new song “Hello” has been a phenomenal hit but opinions are divided about whether it’s music or marketing which is responsible for its success.
Have you wanted to write songs but not known where to start? Or perhaps you’re already a song writer and looking for ways to train your ears and develop your musicality to bring new expertise and inspiration to your song writing process? From melodies, to chords, to rhythm, to lyrics, dedicated musicality training can help you to become a more expert song writer.
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Joanne Cooper shares the story of how Band in a Box impacted her musical life. You will learn tips and tricks for your own songwriting and live performance.
Music theory doesn’t have to be confusing. In this episode we share some mindset shifts to make theory easy and accessible for you.
What is perfection? In this episode we share a mindset shift for approaching your playing and practicing that will improve your musicality rapidly.
Matthew Ellul from School Of Composition teaches how composing practice improves musicality – even if you don’t aspire to be a composer or song writer.
Composer, recording artist, and guitar educator David Wallimann shares his unique perspective on improvisation, and how to find your own musical voice.
Explore common chord progressions, what makes them so powerful, and how they’re used in popular music to make a song stick.
Matt Blick shares the incredible insight he’s learned on his mission to analyse every Beatles song for his website, Beatles Songwriting Academy.
Scott Kuehn, Beatles expert/Professor of Communications at Clarion University shares his insight on Beatlemania. Learn how the Fab Four made females faint!
Aaron Krerowicz, The World’s only professional Beatles scholar and creator of Flipside Beatles, discusses the sophistication of The Beatles songwriting.
Dan Hulsman, founder of the Video Game Music Academy, discusses what goes in to composing and producing both modern and vintage VGM soundtracks.
Musical U interviews acclaimed contemporary pianist Michele McLaughlin on her by-ear approach to playing and composing, and self-expression through music.