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1587 min15-part Blues Piano course54 CQ
Want to shred up and down the piano keyboard like blues legend Ray Charles? This course teaches blues patterns and licks essential for playing blues piano.
437 min4-part Blues Piano course21 CQ
Blues piano doesn’t get much better than the classic aesthetic of Stride Blues. This versatile style is covered in detail in this brief course for intermediate- to advanced-level pianists.
442 min4-part Blues Piano course22 CQ
If you are familiar with basic blues piano but are looking for a new musical challenge, then expand your repertoire in this course on Boogie Woogie blues! Explore scales, melodies, and exercises.
10 minBlues Piano lesson6 CQ
This lesson covers the different modes that can be used in advanced blues improvisation on guitar. Begin with basic blues, then explore different modes.
2 minFREEBlues Piano lessonFree2 CQ
In this lesson, professional pianist Matt’s Notes demonstrates how to play triplets, quintuplets, and septuplets on piano in a straight four beat blues rhythm.
2 minFREEBlues Piano lessonFree2 CQ
Professional pianist and teacher Matt’s Notes lays down some great blues runs for inspiration in this brief, straightforward lesson. Watch and learn!
3 minFREEBlues Piano lessonFree2 CQ
In this lesson, professional pianist and music teacher Matt’s Notes demonstrates how the blues scales fit into the boogie-woogie piano sound.
4 minFREEBlues Piano lessonFree3 CQ
This lesson from professional pianist and teacher Matt’s Notes covers the basic walking rhythm and chord progression for a boogie-woogie blues pattern.
6 minBlues Piano lesson4 CQ
Get ready to play a 12-bar blues chord progression in the style of Jimmy Reed! Start with the basics, and discover turnaround, ending, and intro licks.
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11159 min11-part Writing Music course87 CQ
Learning how to read and write music opens up a world of musical possibilities! In this course from professional musician and educator Kalani, learn the fundamentals of music notation.
11103 min11-part Guitar course57 CQ
Learn 10 beautiful chord progressions for guitar and a variety of composition techniques, including a formula for creating chord progressions and a simple method for transposing chords in new keys.
17134 min17-part Audio Editing course78 CQ
Recording expert Home Brew Audio demonstrates how easy it is to get your own recording studio up and running on your own by using just your computer and the free, open source software, Audacity.
13142 min13-part Flute course75 CQ
A classical musician shares flute techniques she learned the hard way—through trial and error. This course covers crucial yet often neglected topics that help beginning flute students flourish!
14153 min14-part Music Theory course83 CQ
Using detailed explanations and familiar music examples, this college-level music theory course provides an engaging and fun introduction that will help you become a more appreciative listener.
5 minBeatboxing lesson3 CQ
Your mouth has different parts to it. Learn to hum a Snoop Dogg tune while beatboxing, just as a drummer would use his hands and feet for different beats.
3 minBeatboxing lesson2 CQ
You can beatbox! In this lesson, you'll learn the technique for lip oscillations, an important sound in beatboxing that's produced by buzzing your lips.
3 minFREEBeatboxing lessonFree2 CQ
Learn how to do a beatbox bass drum with variations, one of which involves a flute! Tongue and lip articulation has never been quite this funky.
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Looking to try your hand at hip-hop? This introductory video will teach you how to use your lungs and lips to make the basic sounds of beatboxing.