Here, at Music Protest, we think its helpful to produce high-quality, free video music lessons for our online community. We’ve created a collection of free lessons that are aimed at explaining how to use modern instruments to write and perform modern music. Our tutorials are designed to give you creative ideas that will help you make music cool again. Topics include:
Since we put these lessons together with our online community in mind, we decided to share them on YouTube because that’s where our community goes looking for ideas, inspiration and creative direction. This is just one of many ways that we share ideas, perspective, skills and tools – there is a lot more material throughout the Music Protest ecosystem (Udemy, Blog Articles, SoundCloud and Newsletter). Please support Music Protest by joining the community!
Enrolling in our paid online courses is a great way to learn music online. Our self-paced courses are designed to help improve any musician’s songwriting and performance skills. In order to ensure reliable video streaming we decided to distribute our innovative courses through Udemy.com.
First, you’ll discover the Holistic Guitar series. Ear Essentials is the best place to start in this comprehensive series. Ear Essentials covers everything from scales and keys to the 12-bar blues and it is the perfect introduction for beginners. You’ll get unlimited access to 38 streaming video lectures. This course also contains quizzes and exercises that quickly bring you up to speed on the most important concepts. All-in-all, this is a great course will expand your knowledge of both music theory and guitar.
Next, we developed the course titled “Solo Essentials”. This online course will teach you how to improvise better guitar solos. There are 34 concise and illuminating lectures included with this course. Enroll now and learn how to use chord tones, color tones, chromatics, phrasing and modal tonics to play awesome solos in any genre. Solo Essentials is designed for intermediate and advanced students. This course is appropriate for guitarists who already have a background in music theory.