Salvador Rähni - Ear of the month - Meludia

Ear of the month – Selvadore Rähni

Selvadore Rähni is an international soloist, chamber musician, former Principal Clarinetist of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. He has performed all over Europe, Russia and Japan. Now head of music school at Tónlistarskóli Bolungarvíkur in Iceland, he uses Meludia with his students.  How did you learn music? What was good or bad in the way you learnt? I learned music first […]
Meludia - Markus Fleischer- ear of the month

Ear of the month – Markus Fleischer

Markus Fleischer is a jazz guitarist. He is the fifth best Meludia gamer of all. He gives us his impressions about Meludia and some ear training tips. What are the dimensions where you perform the best on Meludia? Being a guitar player I am a little better at Harmony but entering the Expert level everything starts […]
Meludia - Whozic Interview

Interview Philippe Lachaise – Whozic

It is often pretty hard to find the right musician(s) in your region to play with, especially classical musician. Philippe Lachaise explained us how Whozic aims at solving this.  What is Whozic? Whozic is a social network dedicated to classical music. Revolving around music and music-related activities Whozic makes it easy for you to meet the […]

4 solutions for making your music known

The 14th of October Meludia was attending the Mama Event in Paris, the yearly convention of the music industry. This was the opportunity for discovering the hottest trends and tools specially dedicated for musicians. We have selected 4 innovative start-ups that help musicians collaborate, distribute and sell their music all around.  1. Jamshake You just […]
Meludia Stable / Instable

Stable / Unstable – Beginner level

The exercises stable/unstable are related to the first step of harmonic interval recognition. It’s the red line of the discovery module that includes 8 stable/unstable branches with a growing difficulty. In this first branch, you will learn how to recognize the most stable interval (the octave) ; the very unstable interval (the major seventh). Train […]
Meludia - oreille du mois

Ear of the month – Etienne Venier

Etienne Venier, Piano teacher recently graduated, plays Liszt as well as heavy metal. He is the second best Meludia gamer of all. He gives us his impressions, tips and tricks to improve your ear. What are the dimensions where you perform the best on Meludia? In all modesty, I’m quite balanced  between melody/harmony/rhythm/forms. Although one can notice a […]

Interview Stephen Henderson – Ruach Cajon Inventor

Today we receive on our blog Stephen Henderson founder of Ruach Music. You don’t know what is a Cajon? We will explain you in the details. How did you start Ruach? At the age of 16, after playing a cajon for the first time at my friends house, I wanted to have one but could […]

Autistic musicians

Music provokes emotions that everyone can feel. Discover the accounts of Percujam’s autistic musicians. What is autism? It is a developmental disorder. People with autism often find it extremely difficult to socialise and communicate. There is no set list of symptoms as autism affects each autistic individual in different ways. You have probably heard of “autistic […]

How to start music learning?

Music theory? Instrument practice? Ear training? There’re so many ways to learn music nowadays that it is sometimes hard to know where to start. At Meludia, we are sure of one thing: ear training should be the first step for any musicians. It is pretty risky to start music with music reading because you might […]
Les 3 bienfaits de la musique pour le cerveau - Meludia

Music and brain development

Contrary to popular belief, the brain is not something fixed that deteriorates with age. It keeps changing throughout our life! This is called brain plasticity. Over your lifetime, your neurones interconnect according to your environment, your experiences and what you learn. Each thing you do can change your brain.  The musical brain “Anatomists today would be […]