Music educator Bill Hilton shares valuable insights into what really matters when learning music, and the surprising advantage that adult learners have.
It doesn’t matter if you’re not planning on doing opera or fronting a band anytime soon – every musician has something to gain from learning to sing!
The Musicality Podcast interviews singing educator Davin Youngs on how he helps musicians express themselves through their voice.
Wondering how to play guitar and sing at the same time without missing a beat? Start here, with 8 tips that will have you strumming and humming in no time!
The blues are full of soul and sorrow, but that doesn’t stop people from loving them. Learn more about this genre’s cultural roots and its evolution.
Singing in English as a non-native speaker is a challenge that can be surmounted with a good vocal coach and an understanding of the quirks of the language.
Vocal coach Meghan Nixon explains how ear training, musicianship, and “singing smart” go hand in hand, and shares her framework for hitting the right notes.
With tweaks in instrumentals and arrangements, Mexican indie band Canvas breathes new life into Latin pop star Juan Gabriel’s iconic “Yo No Nací Para Amar”.
Finding “Your Note” is a simple exercise that will help lay the foundation for singing in tune, learning relative pitch, and even sight-singing. Try it out!
Vocal coach Molly Webb debunks some common myths of the vocal world, giving the truth about singing from the diaphragm, why vocal damage occurs, and more.
Learn how one independent musician found success by embracing a world of influences and encompassing many musical identities.
There’s a musical skill which can bring you unlimited extra practice time and powerfully improve your sense of pitch: audiation. Learn how to do it here.