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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:
Midnight Music founder Katie Wardrobe talks about how you can enrich your musical learning with the myriad of educational technology available today.
It doesn’t matter if you’re not planning on doing opera or fronting a band anytime soon – every musician has something to gain from learning to sing!
The Musicality Podcast interviews singing educator Davin Youngs on how he helps musicians express themselves through their voice.
This episode of the Musicality Podcast focusses on the place that everyone should be starting their ear training journey from: active listening!
Learn about the four chords that countless musical masterpieces have been built on, how they’re named, and how you can craft tunes out of them yourself.
The Musicality Podcast interviews music educator extraordinaire Casey McCann about how she developed musicality, and how she passes it on to her students.
We interview the minds behind the Music Student 101 podcast, Matthew and Jeremy, about music theory, ear training, and the value of doing a music degree.
Taking music you hear and putting it onto paper doesn’t need to involve complicated notation or a perfect re-creation. Learn about the art of transcription!
Musician and music educator Steve Nixon talks rhythm, improvisation, and gives his own inspiring take on the great musical debate of hard work vs. talent.
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.
Learn four effective tips for making the most of your practice time, achieving your musical goals faster, and being the best musician you can be.
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