We’ve scowered the web to find these five great websites where you can improve your knowledge and grasp of music theory concepts entirely for free!
Tag: active learning
Some general thoughts on why improvisation is healthy and encouraged for musicians of all levels and types to experiment with.
If you’ve got music you’re passionate about sharing with the world, you probably have something to teach the world. Consider teaching music online!
Our customized goal-oriented music mentorship program Headliners Club is built around proven behavioural science research. Learn why it works so well here.
In case you haven’t experienced Soundfly’s acclaimed online learning model yet, here’s a look at how and why learning with a Mentor really works!
Introducing Soundfly’s newly revamped Headliners Club program: a fully customized one-month learning and coaching experience built around your musical goals.
This beautiful op-ed from a Soundfly student alum explores the struggle and delight of creative expression and how to navigate ourselves through it.
In this OpEd from a former Soundfly student, we explore the effective active learning approaches key to getting the most out of any learning experience.
From a South American dance to a romantically rubato performance piece, Bach’s Violin Partita in D minor has some funky rhythms and bizarre chromaticism!
If you’re about to start an online course of any kind, here are some tips to help you get the most from your experience and stay on top of the work.