Anytune Pro+ is the best “slow-it-down” app I’ve come across, and I’ve tried a LOT of them. You can get the free version to toy around with it, but I’d recommend the Pro+. I
Keep track of your goals, exercises, or whatever with this handy Exercise Tracking Form. One of many freebies you’ll find in Basic Music Theory: How to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music. Click to get the link to this PDF.
This post is a partial glimpse of Chapter 31: Going Mental. The image below of the Facets Model is from page 173 inThe Practice of Practice If you’re passionate, curious, and driven, you might do this kind of practice without much thinking. Learning just the notes, or the sounds, isn’t enough. Dig deeper. Use the…
More on the Theramin.
Listening sideways is an essential step in developing a more musical ensemble as it allows students to direct awareness outward and listen to what is happening around them. Here is a simple but essential exercise to help develop the ability of your young musicians to “listen sideways.” Source: Listening Sideways: The Art of Playing Together
It’s difficult to write a proper introduction to any piece about Tom Waits. If you’re a fan, you’ll already know everything I could say about him. If you’re not, here’s what Wikipedia has to say: “Thomas Alan ‘Tom’ Waits (born December 7, 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instr Source: The 15 Best Tom Waits…
Tiffany Poon practicing. I don’t know this piece, but loved watching her work through it. The commentary she adds is illuminating and funny (I would’ve missed 95% of the errors, at least without the commentary).
Doesn’t matter if you play guitar or not. Do these intros on your own instrument.