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5 Ways Learning Music Theory Can Make You a Better Singer

5 Ways Learning Music Theory Can Make You a Better Singer

Do you love to sing? We'll take a wild guess and say it wasn't chord progressions and minor scales that caught your interest. But did you know reading music and understanding the theory behind it can actually help you as you learn how to sing? Find out more in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L.   Music theory may not be the most glamorous part of being a singer -- after all, no one's analyzing Brahms's first symphony at that summer music festival in town, an … Read More

5 Ways Learning Music Theory Can Make You a Better Singer
Do you love to sing? We'll take a wild guess and say it wasn't chord progressions and minor scales that caught your interest. But did you know reading music and understanding the theory behind it can actually help you as you learn how to sing? Find out more in this guest post by St. Augustine, FL voice teacher Heather L.   Music theory may not be the most glamorous part of being a singer -- after all, no one's analyzing Brahms's first symphony at that summer music festival in town, an
Basic Guitar Chords Finger Placement for Beginners (Charts)
For many beginners, learning easy guitar chords is a great way to get comfortable with your instrument. Chords are also the building blocks you'll need to learn to play many of your favorite songs. Grab your guitar and dive into this essential guide to the basic guitar chords you need to know. Let's look at how finger and thumb placement can help you correctly play guitar chords. A chord is a group of notes that create a harmony when they are played together. There are two ways you can play a
Learning Guitar: Understanding Minor and 7th Chords
What are minor and 7th chords anyway? TakeLessons teacher Brian T. breaks down the music theory behind building these chords... Learning guitar chords is one of the early challenges of learning the guitar. Very often a new student will find themselves presented with a host of fingering patterns that make little sense. "Why this set of frets and not that one?" the student wonders "Why, when I move my E major down a string does it become A minor?" With just a bit of music theory and a willi
Top 5 Piano Books for Beginners
Want to learn how to play the piano? This is a totally achievable goal, for students of all ages! With the right tools and a little focus, you may be surprised at how quickly you become proficient in basic piano techniques. In order to build a strong foundation, however, you’ll need two things: first, a great piano teacher to help guide you along. Second, a set of quality piano lesson books for beginners. Although you may be excited to get started, it’s wise not to dive right into tough theory
Amazing Dad Learns to Sing for Unforgettable Wedding Song
What's something you always thought you couldn't do? What would it feel like to have a breakthrough and discover that there's really nothing holding you back? John Butcher, age 50, always thought he was tone deaf until he took voice lessons to perform a surprise song at his daughter's wedding. After six months of private voice lessons, Butcher was able to deliver a touching and tuneful performance. This video, which was featured on the UK's Daily Mail website, shows this incredible dad's wedd

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