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Making Practice FUN - 2 Ways to Spice Things Up

Making Practice FUN - 2 Ways to Spice Things Up

Is practicing your instrument becoming more of a chore than an enjoyable pastime? Check out these tips from Hayward, CA and online teacher Molly R. for making practice fun and getting out of the rut:   Sometimes as students and teachers, we lose sight of some pretty important things in music making: personality… and plain FUN! Sure, there may be a handful of musicians out there that wow with their impeccable technique. But is that really enough? Think of yourself as an audience … Read More

Making Practice FUN - 2 Ways to Spice Things Up
Is practicing your instrument becoming more of a chore than an enjoyable pastime? Check out these tips from Hayward, CA and online teacher Molly R. for making practice fun and getting out of the rut:   Sometimes as students and teachers, we lose sight of some pretty important things in music making: personality… and plain FUN! Sure, there may be a handful of musicians out there that wow with their impeccable technique. But is that really enough? Think of yourself as an audience
Ballet Basics: 5 Positions Children Can Practice at Home
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What Should I Expect From Online Bass Guitar Lessons?
Interested in online bass guitar lessons? Here, online teacher Justine D. shares what to expect in your bass guitar lessons, how to prepare, and more:   If you’re curious about playing bass but can’t find a teacher in your area, online bass guitar lessons may be right for you! Video-chatting technology like Skype and Google Hangouts make it easy to connect with a teacher and start making music from your own home. You may be wondering what to expect from online lessons, whether
4 Reasons Why Every Singer Should Own a Keyboard
When you're learning how to sing, having the right tools is essential. Among those should definitely be a keyboard or piano -- continue reading to find out why in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL teacher Heather L...   I've met singers over the years coming from all sorts of backgrounds and with all sorts of ideas of what being a singer really means and what tools it takes to stay good. Opera singers, rappers, folk singer-songwriters and everyone in between have crossed my path. I
Learning to Play Drums: How Often You Should Practice?
When you're learning drums, it's essential to practice in order to improve. Many beginner drummers wonder how often they need to practice. Here, Detroit, MI teacher Joshua J. answers this question and shares his best practice tips for drummers...  No matter what instrument you play, you want to be the best musician you can be. Learning technique, internal time, tempo, sound quality, and dynamic contrast are some of the most essential aspects of being a good musician. The next question is

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