Musicians want the best ear training method. The problem is they're asking the wrong questions. Here's how to find the perfect method for your ear training.
When a musician picks up a piece of music for the first time, their eyes zero in on their own line, whether that's a vocal solo, clarinet solo, bagpipe solo, or choral octavo.
Alternate tunings can be an innovative way to overcome your guitar playing limitations and bring fresh energy to your playing. Discover the sounds here.
Paul Harris is one of the UK's leading voices in music education. His new book, The Practice Process, revolutionises instrument practice for far better results.
As a musician, sometimes the famous stars can seem intimidating. Let them inspire you instead, and learn how every small step helps you become one yourself.
To do truly effective musical ear training you need MAGIC goals. Find out what that means and how you can make sure your own ear training goals are MAGICal.
For adult beginner musicians, it's particularly important to practice ear training and get those ears up to speed! Learn how to start with these top 10 tips.
It's never too late to start learning music, and everybody is capable of becoming a strong performer. Learn how you can get started enjoying music-making.
This year we published almost 100 answers to common questions about musical ear training. Find out what the Top 10 most common FAQs were - and their answers!
There's one activity which should be prized above all else for a musician: listening to music! Here's why music listening isn't a waste of time but a necessity.
CASA and RARB have joined forces to bring you a unified a cappella forum.
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There’s no need to learn the hard way! From conceptualization through your first performance, we can tell you the best way to find members, run auditions, structure your group, build a quick repertoire, and start performing.