Monday, May 18, 2015

Music Education Monday: Six-month index

It's been six months since StLJN's "Music Education Monday" feature began, and since the idea here is to make this information easily accessible to as many people as possible, now seems like a good time to index all the related posts so far.

The series will continue with a new entry next week In the meantime, here's your chance to catch up with any of the previous posts you may have missed:

* A master class in understanding audio formats
* A master class with percussionist Milford Graves
* Still all about that bass (with Ray Brown and Milt Hinton)
* Jazz piano lessons from Mike Wolff and Barry Harris
* John Abercrombie on jazz guitar improvisation
* Sound system basics
* Aebersold's "Jazz Handbook," plus Latin percussion classes with Dafnis Prieto
* Electronic music production tips, plus a keyboard workshop with Richard Tee
* Arranging 101
* Saxophone master classes with Greg Osby
* Inside the musical mind of Bill Evans
* A jazz improvisation primer and video workshop
* Fusion fundamentals with Lorber, Haslip & Marienthal
* Books, both fake and Real
* What's the score?
* Video workshops with Urbie Green & Delfeayo Marsalis
* Behind the score of Birdman with drummer Antonio Sanchez
* A jazz guitar master class with Jim Hall
* Free play-along recordings, and a free class from Gary Burton
* All about that bass
* Microphone basics, and some studio tips from Al Schmitt
* A Benny Golson master class, and the Saxophone Museum
* A music theory reference, and a Matt Wilson master class
* Monk's advice and Bishop's fourths
* Saxophonists speak out, and a musician's guide to copyright
* "Visual Reference for Musicians" & "Cymbals 101"
* Electronic music history, and a Clark Terry master class
* "Music Theory for Musicians and Normal People" & The Red Hot Jazz Archive

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