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5 Things You Must Do During Band Practice

5 Things You Must Do During Band Practice

Bands can sit in a studio and produce albums until the end of time – but ultimately the quality of a band can be judged by how well they play live. Why? Because there is no second take in terms of performance skill and there is minimal processing on the sound to...
Four Steps to Sing in Tune (Infographic)

Four Steps to Sing in Tune (Infographic)

Singing is a core skill for any musician – whether or not you have any intention of stepping up on stage with microphone in hand! It’s the best tool you have for training your ears and it’s a great way to communicate your ideas to other musicians....
How To Tune Your Voice to Different Instruments

How To Tune Your Voice to Different Instruments

Every instrument, from the piano to the guitar to the erhu sounds different. Each has a different tonal colour, or “timbre”, which gives them their own unique characteristic sound. This is how we can naturally tell them apart when listening to music. As...
How To Tune Your Guitar By Ear

How To Tune Your Guitar By Ear

A lot of discussion can be had over whether the guitar should be tuned by ear or with the help of an electronic device. In times of desperate need, when all your digital tuners have died slow deaths, all you have to rely on are your hands and your ears! Fortunately...
How To Teach Someone To Sing In Tune

How To Teach Someone To Sing In Tune

As part of our current work on tone deafness we’ve also been exploring the issue of singing in tune. To some people this comes easily, naturally. For others it can be a mysterious skill which they believe they are simply incapable of. The ability to reliably...
Alternate Guitar Tunings: A Fresh New Sound

Alternate Guitar Tunings: A Fresh New Sound

In my personal view, art should be continually subject to change: as time passes, art should be developed to cope with and adapt to the newer times and newer choices available. Artistic standards and the status quo are not meant to survive centuries. Do we do everyday...

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