There is almost a 100% chance that you are not tone-deaf, and are therefore capable of becoming a great singer. Learn about the mental model that can help!
We interview Sir Rod Stewart’s vocal coach on the ins and outs of performance, and the learnable skills that deliver unforgettable shows night after night.
Musical U interviews music educator Aimee Nolte on her music background and how she teaches musicality skills through her engaging YouTube channel.
We interview Musical U member J’aimeW on her pragmatic approach to her musical journey, sharing her Progress Journal entries alongside her answers.
Learn all about Musical U member ZSonic’s unique turntable-based music practice, and how Musical U has helped him practice smarter and grow his musicality.
Learn about how your singing voice and the language and inflection it contains can help you become a better, more expressive instrumentalist.
Musical U sits down with acclaimed cabaret performer Fiona-Jane Weston to discuss storytelling through song and the power of connecting to your audience.
Understanding harmony is an incredibly useful skill to have as a musician. Learn how singing basslines can help you elucidate a song’s harmonic structure.
Le Chanteur Moderne founder Allan Hubert-Wright busts some pervasive singing myths, and gives you the facts on correct breathing, vocal support, and more.
Learn how you can develop your voice and improve your singing with Jeremy Fisher of acclaimed vocal education website Vocal Process.
Seasoned singer, arranger, and choir director Ben Parry talks ear training, approaching singing, and the unique requirements of a capella.
Record yourself singing and then ask yourself these 10 questions to help you improve your singing voice and be the singer you’ve always wanted to be.