Meludia Goes To Ireland

Meludia is happy to announce that it has forged a collaboration with the prestigious Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin! They are currently trialling Meludia with their Third Level music students, with the intention that it will become a regular part of the Royal Irish Academy’s undergraduate studies program. In addition, The Royal Irish […]
Kevin Kleinmann introduces Meludia to the Drakies

The Drackensberg Boys Choir to Use and Champion Meludia

One of Meludia’s greatest champions is found in an unexpected place, nestled deep in the Drakensberg mountain range, in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa… It is the amazing Drakensberg Boys Choir! That champion is the world-renowned Drakensberg Boys Choir and they have been using Meludia with great success for some time now. After working closely with the choir’s […]
Qobuz : le plateforme de streaming des audiophiles

Qobuz, the online music service dedicated to quality

Internet has completely changed the face of music distribution. This change has been positive in that it’s easier than ever to access music. However, this newfound accessibility came by sacrificing audio quality and artist remuneration. Just like Meludia, Qobuz has decided to raise audio expectations to the higher quality standards of Lossless format (CD quality) and the […]
Uberchord - Trainer Single Mode

Uberchord: the personal guitar training app

  Learning guitar is a daunting project. Especially when you don’t have a guitar teacher next to you checking your fingerings and chords, which is actually the case most of the time you’re playing. Uberchord has developed an amazing app with a chord recognizer that gives you real-time feedback on your playing no matter your […]
Agatha Carubia - Meludia

Agatha Carubia explains Heart-Based Singing

Agatha Carubia is a voice teacher and the author of “Heart-Based Singing”, a guide to understanding, refining and developing your singing voice. From church choir performances, to the Julliard School, to kundalini yoga, Agatha Carubia, a great supporter of Meludia, shares with us her extensive experience of music and voice pedagogy. How did you learn music? […]
Julian Rachlin

Julian Rachlin also recommends Meludia to tennis players, football players and pharmacists!

  Violinist Julian Rachlin is one of the most renowned and respected artists of our time. After studying with esteemed violin professors Boris Kuschnir and Pinchas Zukerman, Julian Rachlin has devoted much of his time to passing on his musical knowledge and experience to the next generation. As a teacher and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, he remains committed to improving the world through education and […]
Music educator of the month - Melissa Greyvenstein - Meludia

Melissa Greyvenstein shares her learning and teaching experience

Melissa Greyvenstein is a music educator at MG Music School near Durban, South Africa. We talked about music education, ear training and the way she uses Meludia with her pupils. How did you learn music? What was good or bad in the way you learned? My first teacher was a fantastic performer but not a very good […]
Thomas Hampson

Thomas Hampson on music literacy

  Thomas Hampson is an American lyric baritone whose  operatic repertoire includes the title roles in Mozart‘s Don Giovanni, Rossini‘s The Barber of Seville, and Tchaikovsky‘s Eugene Onegin. Through the Hampsong Foundation, he promotes access to music literacy as a means to enhance understanding between cultures. Thomas Hampson maintains an active interest in research, education, musical outreach, and technology. […]
The musical space

The musical space

  In this video and article, we are going to explain the main elements that make up a musical space.   The human ear has the ability to perceive a vast set of sounds from low-pitch to high-pitch. This soundscape seems almost infinite, but in reality it is composed of only ten octaves. The musical […]
Sound and the Overtone Phenomenon

Sound and the Overtone Phenomenon

  The overtone phenomenon is at the origins of tonal music. Discover why. A musical sound is complex owing, in part, to its richness in harmonics. This perception of harmonics requires a particularly highly developed acuity because such tones are faintly perceptible. We saw that the octave was the first interval created by the overtone phenomenon. […]