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Interval ear training builds your relative pitch, one of the core skills of musicianship. There are three main approaches to how to learn intervals.
Online song collaboration opens up a world of professionals to bring out the best in your music – avoid the pitfalls with these best practices from Tunedly.
From international tours to your screen of choice, Steve Nixon brings Grammy-level expertise to free lessons in jazz, blues, pop, country, and more.
Imagine a place where you can ask any question at all about your musical life, and receive answers from credible, vetted experts. Musicpreneur Hub is here!
Want to know 3 simple tips to accelerate your ear training progress? Scott Edwards from Ear Training HQ shares his advice for learning to play by ear easily.
Discover an innovative approach to jazz improvisation ear training in this interview with musician Julian Bradley, host of the Jazz Tutorial channel.
The crucial last step of home recording—mastering—is often farmed out to pros. Give your tracks that professionally mastered sound with this new app.
Drummer Joe Crabtree applies his creativity and discipline to the PolyNome app: the continual re-invention of the metronome into a mindblowing musical tool.
Tone deaf tests are available freely online but some are much better than others. Here are reviews of several popular ones and our recommendations of the best.
Hooktheory Book II is a superb modern way to learn advanced music theory for recognising chord progressions and writing songs. Learn more in this review.