We’re going to learn how to transpose songs into different keys. This is fairly easy to do, and an important skill if you want to play with other musicians.
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Every songwriter is going to have their own unique spin. It’s what makes people want to listen to what you have to say.
What, exactly, does the term “self-taught” mean? Everyone got help of some kind in order to get to whatever level of playing ability he or she currently enjoys.
This is the second part of our theory and songwriting workshop. In this article we’ll come up with a simple way of figuring out a singer’s vocal range.
This is the first in a series that looks at how melodies and chords work together. It includes specific examples from some well known songs.
In this lesson we take a look at singing and playing guitar at the same time. Surprisingly, this is something anyone can learn to do well.
What are harmonics and how are they produced? We’re going to delve into these questions and show you how use harmonics to spice up a few songs.
This lesson takes a look at an unusual phenomenon known as sustained tones. You can hear it in songs by Oasis, Pink Floyd, Indigo Girls and others.