It is entirely possible to have a long, successful guitar career without much musical theory knowledge. But, theory is great to know for a variety of guitar-related tasks and activities, such as songwriting, teaching, and accompanimental playing.
Music lessons for kids don’t have to be so drab. There are plenty of enjoyable training methods that can help your kids understand music better and appreciate it too.
Okay, it’s practice time and you are trying to decide what to work on today. You sit down at the piano but feel less than thrilled about running through the same piece you’ve been working on for weeks. So, what can you do to help improve the piece without actually playing the instrument? Graham Fitch […]
There are numerous side gigs suited for every type of person. Many people need additional income, and side hustles are easy to balance with school, work, or additional hobbies. Since some musicians may not like making lesson plans, scheduling appointments, or even meeting people face-to-face, something like becoming a writer may be a better fit.
As you might imagine, it’s very difficult to jump in and start making money as a professional bass player. You need to be great at networking, have a large family of connections, and have a name for yourself when it comes to being reliable.
The influence of music within the classroom is a matter of debate with strong arguments to show that music could have a positive effect on learning abilities. Let’s take a look at some good examples.
When practicing the piano, or any instrument for that matter, repetition is a common method used to further learn a piece of music. However, there are some ways in which this can hinder progress on a piece. Whenever you are using repetition to practice, you want to be sure you are using it in the most beneficial and productive way possible.