“Every rose has its thorn.” Tension in music makes release so much sweeter! Learn to master the wondrous palette available to color your musical journeys.
Musical U instrument pros show how musical improv can be simple yet powerful, and how singers can demystify beautiful harmonies with simple music theory.
Often our playing falls short of expressing the emotions we feel inside. Musical U’s Resident Pros show you how to open the doors and play it with feeling!
Learning chord voicing – the many ways to play a single chord – opens up a world of sonic possibilities, increased technical facility, and ensemble skills.
This week, we discuss the concepts of frequency and timbre, and interview a music educator and up-and-coming indie band on the topic of creativity.
This week, we discuss the many places in which a music lesson can be found along your journey – whether online or in person, inadvertently or on purpose.
This week, we focus on playing more than one instrument and the many musical benefits that come along with exposing yourself to once-unfamiliar instruments.
This week on Musical U: the magic of multi-instrumentalism, busting some singing myths, learning to read music, and audio frequencies.
This week, we explore how hobbyist musicians can take their practice to the next level by setting long-term goals for themselves.
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.
You can wait for musical opportunity to knock, or you can make your own opportunities. Find out how, with special podcast episodes and content on the topic.
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.