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Singers, Don't Forget the Most Important Part of Performing!

Out of all the stage presence and performance tips for singers, there's one surprise element that many vocalists forget about. Learn what it is -- and how to improve your own performance -- in this guest post by Davis, CA teacher Steve G...   Some people are born with perfect pitch, others with great ability to control the volume and character of their voice, and still others with a natural ebullience and a knack for the spotlight. Each of these attributes can contribute positively … Read More
Singers, Don't Forget the Most Important Part of Performing!
Out of all the stage presence and performance tips for singers, there's one surprise element that many vocalists forget about. Learn what it is -- and how to improve your own performance -- in this guest post by Davis, CA teacher Steve G...   Some people are born with perfect pitch, others with great ability to control the volume and character of their voice, and still others with a natural ebullience and a knack for the spotlight. Each of these attributes can contribute positively
5 Violin Techniques Every Beginner Should Master
Are you new to playing the violin? As a beginner, it's important to create a strong foundation of which you can work off. Below, violin teacher Montserrat P. shares five basic violin techniques every beginner should master... Congratulations! You've been introduced to the wonderful art of music through one of the most beautiful instruments, the violin. As you continue to discover this wonderful instrument, it's important to slowly build your skill set. After all, learning to play the vio
Are You Really Ready to Play Guitar Solos?
Think you're ready to learn to shred? Guitar teacher Samuel B. shares how he decides when the time is right for his students to learn to play guitar solos... There are several factors relevant to whether or not you're ready to play guitar solos and soloing techniques. As a guitar teacher, I make the call for my students based on a combination of the following things: 1) your aptitude at playing chord changes 2) your understanding of tonal and infrastructural similarities between enharmoni
10 Problems Only Bass Players Will Understand
Don't let anyone tell you the bass is easier than a regular guitar just because it has less strings! Bass guitar teacher Kevin S. shares the unique challenges you face as you learn bass guitar... 1) Capos are Misleading Any bassist who has regularly played with a guitarist who uses a capo has discovered that this simple tool can be confusing to deal with at first. This is a where good transposing skills come in handy, especially if the guitarist is referring to the chords they are playing
Singing Competition Secrets: Are They Really Worth It?
Thinking about auditioning for a televised singing competition like American Idol? Here, Corona, CA teacher Milton J. shares what could be an even better idea...   For years, we’ve tuned into our favorite singing competitions, voting for our favorites each week, and hoping they win the coveted record deal at the end of the season. We’ve watched as the juggernaut American Idol – a derivative of Pop Idol from Europe – gave way to others like The Voice and X-Factor. Many other wort

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