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Best Music Theory podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Music Theory podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
 
Art of the Score is the podcast that explores, demystifies and celebrates some of the greatest soundtracks of all time from the world of film, TV and video games. In each episode we’ll be joined by Andrew Pogson, Dan Golding and Nicholas Buc as we check out a soundtrack we love and break down its main themes, explore what makes the score tick and hopefully impart our love of the world of soundtracks.
 
We're two best friends who love BTS. Join us ARMY and #iconics as we fan girl and discuss literally everything about them! Send suggestions, comments, and corrections our way! Email: stanningbtspodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @StanningBTSpod Instagram: @stanningbtspodcast Kayla와 Bethany가이 우스꽝스러운 팟 캐스트에 참여하여 모든 일과 관련이 있습니다 BTS
 
Author of THE DARK PATH Isaac Weishaupt hosts this show focused on pop culture and its role in the “Illuminati” agenda to instill occult symbolism in entertainment! This podcast provides unbiased opinions and discussion on the Illuminati, symbolism, conspiracy theories, pop culture, music, film, politics, religion, news, gossip and celebrity tabloids; in other words, nothing is out of bounds. Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illumin ...
 
This podcast features free audio guitar lessons taught by Desi Serna, author of Fretboard Theory and Guitar Theory For Dummies. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar songs. Hear how to best get your playing skills in order. Begin to improvise and compose. Understand why your favorite songs sound so good. ➝ What do you specifically need to do in order to play guitar better? Visit the GuitarMusicTheory.com website to get FREE custom v ...
 
Ever wondered why some people seem to have a gift for music? Have you wished that you could play by ear, sing in tune, improvise and jam? You are in the right place. The Musicality Podcast is a mix of interviews and teaching, featuring some of the most inspiring and insightful musicians and music educators, talking about how to learn the core inner skills you need to feel like a "natural" in music and enjoy freedom, creativity and confidence. Topics include: Playing by ear, Singing in tune, ...
 
The best startup advice from Silicon Valley & beyond. Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack — share the stories & strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands. On each episode, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, while his guests share the story of how I built this company. Reid and guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, strategy, m ...
 
***Named one of "The 11 Best Podcasts for Exploring Music Theory Concepts on the Go" by Soundfly. ***Named "Top 10 Music Theory Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020" by FeedSpot The DrumMantra Podcast is all about going deeper with your practice with music & drumming. The goal is to advance the listener's confidence, insight, and inspiration through discussions on topics like approaches to practice, rhythmic concepts, technique, theory, creativity, gear, and even the music business. The host, Ri ...
 
The world of video games is exciting and full of innovative music. Each month, join Will Helliwell and Lloyd Tranter as they explore the phenomenon of games and music, from reviews and interviews to the history behind some of your favourite consoles. If you enjoy video games and their accompanying soundtracks, this is the podcast for you.
 
I’ve got a Westworld theory! Cowboy pardners Jakob and Jim delved deep into Westworld season 1, going episode-to-episode with jokes, songs and, of course, THEORIES. Rustle your cattle and giddy your ups because we’re heading back to Westworld for season two! Join the LIVE CHAT on Tuesdays at youtube.com/showswhatyouknow or send your thoughts and theories to showswhatyouknowshow@gmail.com and we’ll read them on the show!
 
Want to become better than most people at most things? Then the Pat Flynn Show is for you. Listen in, and learn: - How to Master The Pat Flynn Philosophy of Generalism—or why it’s better to be better at many things, not best at just one. From there, how to combine abilities to create a competitive advantage at anything you could want—a tactic known as “skill stacking.” - Obtain Knowledge Fast, Learn Any Skill Quickly—Discover the 5 Generalist principles for ultra-efficient practice sessions ...
 
We are transforming ourselves into something very different from our hunter-gatherer ancestors. This process is called Transhumanism. It is a strange timeline indeed. Utopias don’t exist - so what might a good timeline look like? Ryan Ferris discusses topics such as Consciousness, Psychology, Economics, Space Travel, Psychedelics, Meme Theory, Music, Sexuality & Buddhism with experts from Harvard, Stanford & Oxford, politicians, musicians, scientists & writers to try and find an answer.
 
The Theory of Change Podcast showcases topics relevant to counselors and counselor educators. The hosts of this podcast discuss counseling theory, social/cultural issues, and the working dynamics of the modern practitioner. Our guests are leading thinkers and practitioners in counseling and related fields that exemplify excellence and expertise in their respective disciplines. Hosts Dr. Alfredo Palacios Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Auburn University Dylan Gunth ...
 
Pod Paper Scissors considers the glitches in our society due to the hidden games in everyday human interactions. Each week, hosts Ben Klemens and Liz Landau discuss a different topic relating to social interaction including markets, politics, trends, and other core facets of our society, in a causal conversation format with original songs and interviews with knowledgeable guests.
 
Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career. This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.
 
Childhood Ruined is a weekly (in theory) podcast hosted by a licensed psychologist, Michael Mallen, Ph.D., and a soon-to-be, certified school counselor, Chris Benefield, M.A. As two nerds on the north side of age 40, Chris and Mike talk about the things that made childhood in the 80s and 90s great - and how hobbies have changed over time.
 
Kinks and Beats is a daily look at two of the greatest musical acts of all time. Every day, host Tony Frye will tackle one song from The Beatles or The Kinks and discuss aspects related to music theory, cultural impact, or just his own thoughts about the song. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the show and leave a voicemail about their favorite/least favorite tracks for inclusion in future episodes.
 
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An earful of joy awaits you should you turn your attention to the latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR. Miss Elizabeth goes back into the archives and pulls out two treasures for our modern-day perusing. A particularly shocking edition of THE SMILETON COMMUNITY MESSAGE BOARD will give you a glimmer of a sliver of understanding of our fa…
 
In this free guitar lesson, I explain why a blues chord progression is not 1-4-5, technically. Blues is actually 5-5-5 and makes use of dominant 7th chords, Mixolydian mode, and dominant scales. 🎸 What do you SPECIFICALLY need to do in order to play guitar better? Get FREE custom video instruction calibrated to your current level. 👉 https://www.gui…
 
How does technology shape music? In Digital Sampling: The Design and Use of Music Technologies (Routledge, 2019), Paul Harkins, a lecturer in music at Edinburgh Napier University, looks at the relationship between the rise of digital sampling, technology, and music. The book draws inspiration from Science and Technology Studies to explore the impac…
 
In preparation for some upcoming breakdowns, we decided to devote an episode to one of the most important fundamentals of music theory, the scale. On this episode, we discuss what a scale actually is, how they can be shifted to create different modes, and explore some lesser-known scales used primarily by twentieth-century composers. This episode i…
 
10 Ways To Start Writing A Song Free Guide Link: http://songwritertheory.com/freeguide/ Music Theory Free Guide Link: http://songwritertheory.com/musictheoryguide/ Check Out Our Pinterest!: https://www.pinterest.com/songwritertheory/ Join the discussion in our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/songwritertheorymastermind/ My Mount…
 
Pandemic Producing: Covid Chords In this tutorial you'll learn how to write chord progressions for the Covid-19 era (and beyond), using our 6-step success formula. But first… Tea! Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, where we help you make great music that stands o…
 
On this episode of the New Books Network, Lee Pierce (they/she) interviews Thomas A. Discenna of Oakland University about the myriad ways that the labor of those employed by universities is situated as somehow distinct from ordinary labor. Focusing on a variety of sites where academic labor is discursively constructed in popular consciousness inclu…
 
Richard Lachmann’s First Class Passengers on a Sinking Ship: Elite Politics and the Decline of Great Powers (Verso, 2020) is a two-for-one deal. The first half of the book is a historical analysis of why some empires transform their geopolitical power into global hegemony while others fail to do so, and why hegemons eventually lose their global pre…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by Kevin O'Connor to discuss the proposed World Cup–like group stage format for the NBA playoffs, potentially eliminating conferences, how to maintain the integrity of the NBA regular season, exciting matchups, and more (2:15). Then Bill and Joe House revisit the 2004 NBA draft and discuss some of the subplots, d…
 
Richard welcomes a 45-year veteran of Wall Street to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the global economy, whether we are headed for a depression, and how we can recover. Later, Richard welcomes an author/researcher to discuss a prophecy from the Book of Jeremiah and how it relates to the Deep State in America.…
 
We're back with another fantasy-style draft of our favorite classical music - last time we picked our favorite symphonies, this time we took on chamber music! We recommend you watch this on video instead of listening: for a link to the video, click here. But if you prefer audio format, apologies for the iffy quality at times, the first time in the …
 
Want to play acoustic blues the simple, easy way? Watch this video. Steve’s going to show you how to play the 12-bar blues on acoustic guitar. Plus you’ll get tips and advice on how to make your playing sound more “bluesy” and authentic. Now, this lesson is designed for acoustic guitar. But even if you’re “electric only” you should check it out, be…
 
Crowdsourcing is more than a group of people interested in the same cause, it’s a way to tap skills – and scale – that you don’t have. And when it works, it can be the rocket fuel that launches you to scale further than you could have ever imagined. No one knows this better than Luis von Ahn, founder and CEO of Duolingo. Duolingo is a language app …
 
Your hosts are back with another round of commentary on how to survive social distancing. Chris talks about his efforts to start a band, Turd Ferguson, and organize a virtual tabletop for his students to safely game. Michael discusses the challenges of going for a hike and being out in public as people begin to get back to "normal" activities. Both…
 
Here’s something you might not know about acoustic guitar… you can play literally hundreds of songs with just a few simple chord shapes. In today’s Acoustic Guitar Workshop, Steve’s going to show you 10 easy songs for acoustic guitar with 5 chords or less. And you’ll discover easy ways to figure out which chord comes next in a song. So you can play…
 
We're still in lockdown so join us for another lockdown episode of ComposerCast where Lloyd and I chat about virtual reality inside virtual reality. On this episode we talk about our experience playing Skater XL, Windlands 1 and 2, Bigscreen, and Celeste. We do a deep dive into the music from Celeste and talk about the career of composer Lena Raine…
 
You’ve spent your whole life getting ready for this – an hour of fun so fun you won’t be able to remember what life was like before it. It’s the latest episode of THE SMILE SYNDICATE MUSIC HOUR! Miss Elizabeth turns her police scanner towards the frequencies and wavelengths of Smileton’s Thin Blue Line and reports back her assorted collection of th…
 
What demobilizes a once mobilized society? How does international involvement amplify or suppress these dynamics? In Polarized and Demobilized: Legacies of Authoritarianism in Palestine (Oxford University Press, 2020), Dana El Kurd’s new book uses a case study to interrogate how the Palestinian Authority – as an indigenous institution – more succes…
 
In recent years, questions around the nature of ​truth ​and ​facts have reentered public debate, often in discussions around journalistic bias, and whether politically neutral reporting is possible, or even desirable. Many pundits have tried to place blame for the increasingly slippery and fickle nature of truth in reporting on the ideas developed …
 
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Ryen Russillo to discuss The Match 2; encouraging rumors about the return of the NBA and possible playoff scenarios; ex-athlete commentator bias; Horace Grant's comments following ‘The Last Dance’; the spectrum of “forgivable athletes”; one of Bill’s favorite sports documentaries, ‘When We Were Kings’; and mor…
 
Have you ever felt like you were guessing the answers while working on ear training? Believe it or not, that may not be a bad thing! Find out why in this clip from the archive of live member Q&A calls at Musical U - stay tuned! Subscribe For Future Episodes! Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | RSS | YouTube Full Show Notes and Transcript: Episode…
 
Wish you could play more songs, but you only know a few basic chord shapes? Then watch this video, because Steve’s going to show you how to use a guitar capo 3 simple ways. You’ll discover how to change the pitch of any chord, so you can learn new songs easier (and faster) and sound great on acoustic. Want to improve your acoustic playing even fast…
 
Recorded May 12th, 2020https://www.patreon.com/conspirinormalJohn Chadwick joins us from all the way across the pond for a fun discussion on Spirit Roads and Ley Lines. We speak to John about some of his own personal research that he has done on these subjects with an emphasis on the knowledge of ancient peoples. Serfiel also ties in some of the si…
 
Pat gives some rapid fire reading recommendations on his favorite beginner theology reads! Pat's recommendations. My primary Bible is the RSV, second Catholic edition. I also can't recommend the new WOF Bible highly enough. It truly is a "cathedral in print." Obviously, get yourself a Catholic Catechism. Theology and Sanity and Theology for Beginne…
 
Chord changes sound a bit too rough? Tune in to today's episode of the Steve Stine Guitar Podcast. Because Steve’s going to show you how “pivot points” are the key to making smooth chord changes. So you can avoid frustration and sound amazing when you play. Want to improve your acoustic playing even faster? Go to GuitarZoom.com…
 
Dreaming & FPGAs; Fitbit pivots; Apple & Google launch exposure notification API; no, we don't have 5G, AT&T; Netflix does subscribers a solid; WFH for Facebook, Shopify; Prime Day delay; podcasting news with Rogan, Call Her Daddy; family squabbles & GDPR; Hulu's new interface; scooters are like cockroaches; PathSpot checks your hand washing; Xbox,…
 
"It's like getting hit in the face over and over and over,” says Warby Parker co-CEO Neil Blumenthal. But “crisis brings out clarity.” At Warby, planning for the future has meant leaning into the present — from physical changes in their factory and stores that ensure social distancing to optimizing online vision tests. Blumenthal shares the complex…
 
Learning how to strum set strumming patterns is important. But if you’re not careful, your strumming might end up sounding a little… robotic. :-) If you’re ready to take your strumming to the next level, tune in to today's podcast. Because Steve’s going to explain the ocean strumming technique for acoustic guitar. So your acoustic playing will soun…
 
Pat offers a few personal reflections on the importance of philosophy, then continues the series on fallacies and heresies, covering the strawman fallacy and theological heresy of Donatism! ... Original episode of Fallacies and Heresies, here: https://www.chroniclesofstrength.com/ep-406-fallacies-and-heresies-part-1/ ... The Pat Flynn Show If you e…
 
Direct Download A 30-minute excerpt from Bing's “Get Rhythm On Mountain Dulcimer” livestream workshop on Crowdcast. The basics are covered here, from note durations to a strumming practice using quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes. Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands. Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting t…
 
Did Donald Trump win the U.S. presidency in 2016 because he was a master of character work – able to sum up opponents in pithy epithets that encourage the public to see them as weak or immoral? What is character work and how do characters with roots in ancient crease help us understand 21st-century politics? While many scholars of politics focus on…
 
In his classic essay on the fear of breakdown, Donald Winnicott famously conveys to a patient that the disaster powerfully feared has, in fact, already happened. Taking her cue from Winnicott, Noëlle McAfee’s Fear of Breakdown: Psychoanalysis and Politics (Columbia University Press, 2019), explores the implications of breakdown fears for the practi…
 
Muslims living in locations like Australia, Europe, or North America exist within a context dominated by white racial norms and are forced to grapple with those conventions on a daily basis. If they succeed in meeting the presiding criterion of secular liberalism they can be dubbed a “moderate” Muslim by mainstream society. In Radical Skin, Moderat…
 
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