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Should You Sing With a Cold? (+5 Tips to Get Healthy)

Winter is still in full force -- and that means cold season is still a threat. As a singer, what should you do if you find yourself under the weather? How bad is singing with a cold? Check out these tips from voice teacher Katie B...   It's no fun being sick. It can affect your singing, which can be stressful if you have rehearsals or performances coming up -- and all that stress won't help you feel any better. But the reality is that we all get sick now and then. We aren’t mac … Read More
Should You Sing With a Cold? (+5 Tips to Get Healthy)
Winter is still in full force -- and that means cold season is still a threat. As a singer, what should you do if you find yourself under the weather? How bad is singing with a cold? Check out these tips from voice teacher Katie B...   It's no fun being sick. It can affect your singing, which can be stressful if you have rehearsals or performances coming up -- and all that stress won't help you feel any better. But the reality is that we all get sick now and then. We aren’t mac
Science-Backed Rituals to Calm Your Nerves Before a Piano Recital
Do the butterflies in your stomach seem to turn into bats before each and every piano recital? You are not alone. Millions suffer from performance anxiety, or “stage fright,” from actors to professional athletes. But you don’t have to let this anxiety prevent you from letting your talent shine for the world to see! Is anxiety affecting you before your piano recital? Look for these signs: Increased heart rate Trembling limbs or voice Dry mouth or difficulty speaking Cold, sweaty hands
Upgrading Your Gear: Must-Haves For the Intermediate Guitarist
Is your guitar gear stage-ready? If you've been playing for a while and you're ready to start performing, your set up might need some upgrades. Follow this guide from guitar teacher Nathan D. and enjoy rocking out...  So perhaps you've been playing steadily for a few months to years, and you're taking this whole “guitarist” thing seriously. Maybe you now have a band, and want to start playing out. There's plenty of necessities to get or upgrade guitar gear as you start to go a bit more pro, a
How to Be a Better Singer... With One Overlooked Secret
Wondering how to be a better singer? There's more to it than knowing how to use your voice. Read on as teacher Tony F. explains...   Do you love to sing? Is singing the first thing on your mind in the morning and the last thing at night? If you can answer yes to those questions, you might be what’s known as (cue the Star Wars theme music, maestro)… a singer. Symptoms may include: rocking your head to a favorite song as you sing along while driving down the road… an unbalanced a
Long-Live the Keytar: 4 Reasons Why This Portable Piano Should Come Back in Style
The piano is an instrument that will never go out of style. The various forms of electronic keyboards, however, have seen waves of popularity, as technology advances and exciting new features are added to new models. While some keyboardists are content to stay horizontal, a handful of musical trailblazers have been known to work their magic on that most interesting hybrid of instruments – the keytar. Whether you’re new to learning keyboard, or a seasoned expert, the keytar can be a fun instrumen

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