Check out our latest clarinet scale video with Ana where she teaches the G major scale, and stop back next week for e minor with Cassidy!
Welcome to our first minor scale video with Cassidy! In this video we’re going to teach you how to play the A minor scale, which is the relative minor to C major. Basically, this means that both scales have the same key signature.
Want to learn how to play clarinet scales? You’ve come to the right place! Ana, creator of the clANAnett YouTube channel, and Cassidy here at Making Music have joined together to teach you all the major scales and their respective minor scales on the clarinet. Enjoy this video on the C Major scale and be sure to check back each month to learn the next scale in the series!
A list of woodwind Instruments and accessories that Making Music is highlighting from the 2015 Nashville Summer NAMM show for their excellence.
The pBone plastic trombone has been making the rounds in high schools and colleges across the US. Backed by British trombone soloist, bandleader, and educator Jiggs Whigham, it’s available in a wide variety of school colors. These trombones make marching less a chore and more fun, and can inexpensively add new sounds to your next gig.
Gift ideas for musicians, from guitarists to keyboardists, drummers, wind musicians, and everyone in between.
For brass musicians looking to discover new sounds, mutes may be the way to go. They change the instrument’s sound by reducing airflow, altering the volume, and changing the resonance. Typically made of copper, aluminum, or brass, mutes can be placed either in the interior, or on the exterior of the instrument.
If you want to add something special (and perhaps a bit pricy) to your or your loved one’s holiday gift list, here are some limited edition and collector’s series instruments that are sure to please. Their rarity is their appeal. “This guitar is beautiful and rare—just like you.” “There are only 500 other violins like […]
David Kalt has always loved guitars. As owner of the iconic store Chicago Music Exchange, he’s surrounded by guitars all day. Recently, Kalt combined his two biggest passions, music and technology, and founded Reverb.com, an online marketplace for musicians. The site boasts 9,000 unique visitors every day, and has grown 35% each month since its February launch.