Learn how to structure your music, engage audiences, and bring out your musicality by using phrasing in your improvisation.
We cover topics like: playing by ear, improvising, writing music, singing in tune, performing and jamming, and much more.
Each week we publish:
- An interview with an inspiring and insightful musician or music educator, and
- A short “teaching” episode on a particular topic to help you improve
Browse episodes below, or subscribe in your favourite podcast player:
Composer, recording artist, and guitar educator David Wallimann shares his unique perspective on improvisation, and how to find your own musical voice.
Break free of scale-based improvisation with our harmony and chord tone-based approach to creating unforgettable licks on the fly!
Improvise For Real’s David Reed details his own musical beginnings, the limitations of traditional music education, and how to improvise – the right way.
Melody often gets all the attention in the world of improvisation, but rhythm is equally important! Learn about how to start improvising with rhythm.
Learn about improvisation from a pro! Musical U interviews Nick Mainella, jazz musician and creator of the 10 Minute Jazz Lesson Podcast.
Improvisation is one of the most useful and sought-after skills a musician can add to their arsenal – get acquainted in this podcast episode!
Musical U interviews Vincent James, founder of Keep Music Alive and Teach Music Week, and a talented songwriter in his own right.
Arranging is not a complicated and advanced process reserved for the pros – learn how to create your own unique arrangements for songs you love!
Musical U interviews guitar icon Brad Davis on his incredible career as a session player and songwriter, and how he created his signature guitar techniques.
This podcast episode looks at the concept of meter, how it relates to beats and bars, and how to start recognizing it in music.
Musical U interviews Dr. Jeremy Dittus, founder of one of the leading schools in the United States that uses the hands-on Dalcroze method to teach music.
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