We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
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The Neapolitan chord is a great tool for modulation and for adding intrigue to any chord progression. In this episode, we will talk about it. We will listen to it. more
Today there are hundreds of Native American communities on the continents of North and South America. With each, their own cultures, cuisines, languages and rituals. But at the heart of all of these communities are dance and music. Let's learn about ... more
Continuing from episode 112 (Altered Chords Pt.3), we will top off our discussion of altered chords. Ready your theory brain for coloristic chord successions, chromatic sequences and non sequential linear processes!
Not a student, not someone comfortable with much music, but exploring, rather late, whether I can please myself with learning the Ukelele. I LOVE getting my head around music theory. It’s the key to my making sense of what can sound to me like disturbing sounds, too much going on. more
This podcast is so massively informative without being dull. I know the most basic theory coming from a one year education in middle school playing an Alto Saxophone. I loved it and wished I'd stayed with it as I'm now in my mid 30s. I've decided to pick up the ukulele and I'm learning theory while I'm still shopping for my first one. I love instruments with that bright tone. I feel like I have such a huge leg up now, going into self educating instead of formal lessons. Thank both of so much!
The pace it goes covers the absolute bare bones basics in the early episodes, all the way into thicket, where later covering some really in depth down the “chipmunk” hole kind of topics as our hosts make refenerence to, many being college and university level subjects discussed. Intervals, melody, harmonies, inversions, counterpoint and chord structures, non chord and passing tones. Major and minor keys, triads and modes within scales, and how to actually be using them. Being able to do ear trai... more
This podcast make me feel like a child that’s just learned a magic trick… I’m amazed, baffled, excited, and can’t wait to try it on my own! more
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Music Student 101 launched 7 years ago and published 130 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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