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Singing Basics: Do I Need to Take Voice Lessons to Improve?

Singing Basics: Do I Need to Take Voice Lessons to Improve?

Singing is a hobby that people of all ages and ability levels can enjoy. And if you really want to improve, working one-on-one with a qualified teacher can take you the next level even faster than teaching yourself how to sing. What's the difference? What can a teacher give you that you can't learn yourself? Here are seven important skills that you will gain when taking voice lessons: Establishing Good Habits From the Start Everyone knows the saying "practice makes perfect," but it's not exa … Read More

Singing Basics: Do I Need to Take Voice Lessons to Improve?
Singing is a hobby that people of all ages and ability levels can enjoy. And if you really want to improve, working one-on-one with a qualified teacher can take you the next level even faster than teaching yourself how to sing. What's the difference? What can a teacher give you that you can't learn yourself? Here are seven important skills that you will gain when taking voice lessons: Establishing Good Habits From the Start Everyone knows the saying "practice makes perfect," but it's not exa
How to Hold a Violin Bow: Step-by-Step Guide [Pictures]
Learning how to hold a violin bow is vital skill. Below, violin teacher Julie P. shares some tips and tricks on how to master this important violin technique... Oftentimes, the most difficult part of learning how to play the violin is mastering proper bow technique, as it can feel very unnatural for beginner and intermediate students. While it can be frustrating, learning how to hold a violin bow is extremely important--especially for those who are just starting violin lessons. After a
How Easy is Singing, Really? Here's the Truth
Looking for easy songs to sing for beginners? The truth is, even the easiest songs take some work to perfect. Learn more in this article by Hicksville, NY singing teacher Kimberly F...     As an opera singer, I can’t recall how many times I've heard: “Why are you going to grad school for singing? Isn’t singing easy? What could you possibly be learning all day?” Well, let me tell you. Singing is a lot harder and a lot more complex than it seems. Even the easiest songs for
How to Write a Song on Guitar in 10 Simple Steps
Do you dream of expressing yourself by playing your own, original song on the guitar? The good news is, just about anyone can write a song, and these tips from Jacksonville guitar teacher James W. will have you on the "write" track... If you have a story to tell, then you have something to say with your songwriting, and guitar is your backup instrument. In other words, use your guitar to support your singing. Write your story down and keep your lyric ideas in a folder or binder just for songs
Family Affair: 3 Creative Ways to Enjoy Music as a Family
Do you want to be more involved in your child's music lessons? In this week's guest post, our friend Lara L. at Piano Power shares five creative ways you can enjoy music as a family...  In a world of earbuds and custom playlists, sharing music as a family "IRL" (or "in real life," for those not hip to Internet slang) is more important than ever. Car sing-alongs and kitchen dance parties are par for the course. To help you get more involved in your child's music lessons or simply have some

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