Its about time – learn how to improvise.
The biggest barrier that currently stands between you and improvising is not instrument skill or music theory knowledge or a gift of “talent”. It is simply the belief that improvisation is something that “other musicians” can do and you can’t.
Improvisation in music is the act of creating and playing new music without preparing it in advance. It involves creatively using the available resources at hand, such as musical instruments and your listening skills to compose music spontaneously.
I often hear that some musicians claim: I don’t know how to improvise. But sometimes I see students who just picked up the Accordion or any instrument and start improvising without fear. The professional musicians know more about composition, scales, notes & chords, but may have too much fear around music, confidence is low, lack of musical freedom to play new things. In this course I will teach how to add different things to your music, change the melodies, create tricks & effects that will boost your musical abilities, help you understand music from a new point of view. All this will help you find your own unique sound so anything you play sound like you rather than trying to sound like a CD or like someone else. Also, this shift in understanding music give you an insight into composition. Now you will know how composers work to create master pieces. Improvisation is a composition done live on stage , in the studio or in your home, it is a live composition. This live musical journey is a mixture of knowing the theory of music and experimenting with sounds. It is a combination of knowing what to do and letting your self go. It is something that connects earth and sky, practicality and intuition. life is too short to waste only on practical things and correct agendas, it is time to loosen up, get your inspiration working, creativity flowing, time to surprise your self ! So let’s shift our musical abilities, make some interesting fresh music and have lots of fun doing it.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE THE ELEVEN STEPS AND START IMPROVISING?