Five Tips For Writing A Jazz Song On Guitar
Take the plunge into writing jazz songs on guitar with these tips from guitar teacher Samuel B....
Although jazz guitar is a formal discipline, you can mix it into your repertoire of original songs without formal training. Here are five easy ways to do this:
Include Triads In Your Songs
Triads (three-note chords) are your most accessible ally. There are two basic ones.
I refer to the first one as the L. It looks like this:
Although it can be strummed, the L chord sou
How to Deal With the 6 Most Embarrassing Singing Mistakes
Do you get nervous when singing, or maybe right before a vocal performance? You're not alone. Thinking about all of the worst-case scenarios can be scary! Luckily, these situations aren't the end of the world. Read on as Austin, TX teacher Gfire M. shares how to deal...
If we lived in a perfect world, our voice would always sound 100% our best, the venues would always love our choice of material and provide the best sound reinforcement possible, and we'd never, ever, ever make any m
8 Piano Finger Exercises for Beginners
Having the proper finger positioning is essential for beginners, as it helps prevent injury and improve technique. Below, piano teacher Ryan C. shares some piano finger exercises beginners can do to help improve their skills...
Sitting down at a piano and playing a few notes is a pretty easy task, right?
I mean, practically anyone can take a seat on the bench, place their fingers on the keys, and make some sort of sound come out.
However, the technique we use to control the muscles
3 Tips To Avoid Getting Bored During Your Piano Practice
Piano practice doesn't have to be boring! Stay motivated with these three tips from online piano teacher Crystal B...
Playing piano is a great joy for many people, but sometimes practicing can become repetitive and boring. Here are a few ways to enhance your piano practice time while still honing your skills and acquiring new ones!
Many times the things that seem most boring when practiced alone (such as scales, theory, etc.) can be found in some of your favorite
Piano Inspiration: 7-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Set to Release His First Album
When seven-year-old Jacob Velazquez sits at the piano bench his feet barely touch the floor, but he doesn't let that stop him. Jacob has been taking piano lessons since he was just four years old and has been called by many a child prodigy and baby Beethoven. But how did Jacob become such a skilled pianist at such a young age? It all started with a natural talent and a lot of practice.
Who is Jacob Velazquez?
Jacob is a classical pianist from Pembroke Pines, Florida. After hearing his f