Whether you are an advanced piano player or just starting out, there is always that voice in the back of your head wondering if you’ve been practicing enough. So how much is enough?
In this video, Josh Wright of joshwrightpiano.com gives his suggestions on how to overcome tendinitis and develop a relaxed playing technique.
Paul Nowell or simply “Paul the Trombonist,” as he’s known around Los Angeles, offers his top tips to becoming a great trombone player.
You will need an impressive electronic press kit (EPK) if you want to get media outlets and music lovers to notice you these days. Here’s how you can create a memorable press kit that will blow your rivals out of the water.
Adapted from “5-String Banjo for Guitar Players” by David Brandowski, this article delves into the basics of playing banjo.
Writing good lyrical hooks takes a lot more than just a good sense of melody. One of the most common reasons a song becomes a hit is that the lyrics get stuck in the mind of the listener. Hence, incorporating rhythmic and stimulating lyrical hooks is vital to the success or popularity of any song. […]
Has your band or chamber music group ever picked up some new music, excited for a fresh challenge, just to give up after a couple rehearsals, grumbling that the music is just too hard? It’s not that you’re lazy—you’re trying to work things out—but you just don’t seem to be able to make any progress. […]