Free Apps to help with learning improvisation
Learning to improvise takes time and dedication, but everyone can do it! Much of classical music improvisation (especially prior to 1750) takes place in ensembles. And, in any case, it's much more fun to improvise together! Preparing yourself at home for these improvisation meetings, or anyway, improving your improvisation skills on your own can be a daunting task. So in this playlist we talk about apps you can use to improve your improvisatory skills and how to use them, because most of them aren't originally intended for this purpose. At the end we have worked out a longer exploration of the Multi-track app and a simple approach to the famous Passacaglia bass.