Timbre – also known as “tone” or “tone color” – has a huge role in shaping your expression. Learn how to take control of timbre on bass, guitar, or piano.
This month in Musical U: A new lesson on where chords come from, Resource Packs on “Major vs. Minor” and a live masterclass on sounding good as a singer.
Major and minor can refer to intervals, chords, scales, and keys. Musical U’s Resident Pros show how you can untangle major and minor on your instrument.
This month at Musical U brought fascinating interviews, live events and new resources packs covering The Blues for guitar, bass and piano.
What’s the best way to feel good about feeling bad? The Blues! Musical U’s Resident Pros show the scales, chords, licks to jam the blues on your instrument.
This month at Musical U we have a brand new Roadmap for learning to improvise, new Resource Packs on intervals, and a small change to how you can join.
Learn how the smallest musical building block – the interval – plays out on piano, bass, and guitar. Your interval training can create worlds of fun music.
This month was Improv Month at Musical U, with plenty of new tutorials, training modules and other resources to help you learn improvisation.
Scales, licks, and riffs not enough? Learn the secret of transforming your improvisation from meager to masterpiece with phrasing and form.
Coming up in March we’re dedicating the whole month to improvisation, bringing you the best resources and experts to help you learn improv!
Swing rhythm feels so good, but nailing it on your instrument is another story. Our piano, bass, and guitar pros do the math to reveal the secrets of swing.
How do your favorite improvisers create classic, memorable melodies on the spot? Knowledge and use of chord tones will take your soloing to the next level.