Improvisation is a fun musical activity but it can be challenging to learn. Here are twelve effective ways you can learn to improvise music yourself.
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Intervals are an essential skill for musicians, letting you play by ear, create your own music and improvise. Learn all you need to know in just 5 minutes.
Enter the exciting, nuanced world of the seven musical modes with our guide to understanding, building, and using these expressive scales.
Musical U founder, Christopher Sutton teaches why you should learn scales and the two types of scale ear training that will improve your musicality.
Founder of Musical U, Christopher Sutton discusses how harmony fits in to the analogous relationship between music and language.
Follow along with our all-in-one guide to learn how this master tool can help you play music, understand theory, and even write a masterpiece.
Swedish songwriter Jon Magnusson has done what many dream of: made music his full-time career. Gain insight into how business and musicality work together.
Chances are, you know more musical concepts than you realise. You just don’t know what to call them yet! Find out the power of names for musical ear training.
Music theory doesn’t have to be confusing. In this episode we share some mindset shifts to make theory easy and accessible for you.
Musical U interviews Make Moments Matter’s David Row on the Orff approach, an educational framework that centers the student’s musicality and creativity.
Anne Mileski discusses her music journey and her teaching perspective as an early music educator who uses Kodály, Orff, Dalcroze, and Music Learning Theory.
Improvise For Real’s David Reed details his own musical beginnings, the limitations of traditional music education, and how to improvise – the right way.