This week at Musical U, we interview two people who breathe new life into music education, look at a fantastic rhythm app, and discuss diminished chords.
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This week at Musical U: tips on pedagogy from two very special music teachers, and two new skills to add to your musical toolbox.
This week on Musical U, we explore three core components of musicality: learning music theory, training your ear, and applying it all to your instrument.
Our final posts of 2017 introduce you to a new improv framework, a new spin on the I-IV-V progression, and one teacher’s unique way of teaching musicality.
Christmas Misfits, Music: CarlyA2Z’s Way, Merry Non-Christmas Music, The Beauty of Backing Tracks, and Musical U Around the Web
From Christmas music to backing tracks to celebrating one member’s journey, Musical U brings you holiday content sure to get you in the festive mood!
Pianist Particularities, Crafting the Perfect Beat, Putting Notes to Paper, and Wisdom For Your Musical Journey
This week at Musical U, we get inside a pianist’s head, teach you the art of beatmaking and transcribing, and share one man’s inspiring music journey.
New in November, Creativity Through Constraints, Healthy Music Habits, and Keeping Hold of Creativity
Want to make music? Don’t wait! Summon inspiration, build good practice habits, and bring dead music to life so that you can stay in it for the long haul.
At Musical U this month: a new improvisation module, a revamped play-by-ear module, tutorials on dynamics and details of our next free masterclass.
This week, we reveal four musicality skills that benefit any instrumentalist, and MU founder Christopher Sutton shares his music entrepreneurial journey.
Dynamics, how loud or soft notes are, is a powerful but oft-neglected tool in a musician’s expressive toolkit. Learn how to use dynamics in these tutorials.
This week on the Musical U menu, we’re serving up a primer on the blues, advice for curing writer’s block, and a reminder of the perks of positive thinking.
Singing in Tongues, Steady Success, Mastering Jazz Guitar, 10,000 Hours to Greatness, and Modern Piano Pedagogy
Success very rarely happens overnight. Long-term planning and hard work, not shortcuts and quick fixes, are your answer to becoming a master musician!