It can be tempting to focus on mastering one musical instrument, but in fact learning several can give you a different perspective on your main instrument.
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Learn to play off, between, and around the beat! Our all-in-one syncopation guide will have you creating masterpieces with intricate rhythms in no time.
Open your ears to the beautiful complexity of polyrhythms, and learn how you can internalize these rhythms and put them to use in your own songwriting.
The Musical U Team shares the most powerful lessons from past episodes on singing. Tune in for some tips to free up your voice and build confidence.
What does it mean to have a good voice? We cover how to improve your singing voice, and the mindset that you’ll need to get better at singing.
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!
If you’ve ever worried about being out of tune or off-key when you sing, don’t miss this interview with a man who’s found a solution.
Musical U interviews Make Moments Matter’s David Row on the Orff approach, an educational framework that centers the student’s musicality and creativity.
Singing teacher Dale Duncan shares his inclusive and highly effective approach to helping his students integrate pitch and rhythm skills in sight-singing.
Composer, recording artist, and guitar educator David Wallimann shares his unique perspective on improvisation, and how to find your own musical voice.
JazzPianoSchool.com’s Brenden Lowe details his journey in jazz piano, and how he achieved freedom and creativity in his playing.
Scott Kuehn, Beatles expert/Professor of Communications at Clarion University shares his insight on Beatlemania. Learn how the Fab Four made females faint!