Can Anyone Learn To Sing?

Can Anyone Learn To Sing Well

There are many people who would like to be able to sing well, but have not got the confidence and wonder can anyone learn to sing well, even if they do not have a good voice now. Are You Tone Deaf? The biggest obstacle to learning how to sing well is whether or note you are tone deaf. Being tone deaf means that you are unable to pitch the right note when required. For example, if a […]

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How To Sing In Tune

How To Sing In Tune

Learning how to sing in tune is the same as learning any other aspect of singing. Very few singers sing perfectly in tune – there is a natural tendency to either sing a bit flat or sharp. Some people find it difficult to hit notes spot on and sing both sharp and flat – “every note in a different key” is the old joke! However, this can be overcome with lessons offline, or the best online singing […]

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The Advantages Of Vocal Training Online

Vocal Training Online

Access To Top Teachers One of the advantages of vocal training online is being able to have lessons from the best teachers available. It doesn’t matter where you live, with a computer, you can access top teachers and the best online singing lessons around the world from anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection. Offline, you would have to choose a teacher in your area, who may or may not have the experience of a […]

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Best Online Singing Lessons

Best Online Singing Lessons

A good way to find the best online singing lessons is to ask yourself: “What do I want to achieve with my voice?” If you only want a few tips to get yourself up and running then look no further than youtube videos or articles on how to become a better singer. However, if you would like to learn to how improve your singing voice and take your performance to a higher level, then an online course […]

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How To Breathe From The Diaphragm When Singing

When you learn how to breathe from the diaphragm when singing, you will find that almost every other aspect of your voice improves too! Some of the benefits of breathing from the diaphragm when singing include: Sustain – being able to hold notes for longer Projection – the voice is able to carry farther Richer Tone – a rounder, fuller a richer tone In order to learn to breathe properly when singing – there are plenty of […]

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Tips On Buying Your First Ukulele

It’s always both exciting and nerve racking when buying an item you know very little about. So here are a few important tips on buying your first ukulele. Buying a ukulele that is the wrong type or one that is not good enough to be able to learn on, is something that we want to avoid! The cheapest model is often what we first look for, before starting to learn a new instrument. However, the least expensive […]

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Rocket Ukulele Review – Learn Ukulele

Learning to play the ukulele has never been easier and with today’s modern teaching techniques, will fast-track your progress. The ukulele is one of the easier instruments to learn, so with online lessons now available, it is possible to be playing your favorite songs in a relatively short time. Learning from your computer, tablet or mobile device…   Learning a few ukulele chords and easy strumming patterns will provide all the skills you need to get started. […]

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Learn Classical Guitar

Learn to Play Classical Guitar The Classical Guitar is a friendly and approachable instrument to learn. However, some guidance is important right from the very beginning in order to avoid developing bad habits. Learning Online Online tuition is an option, on Skype for example, because if you have a teacher who can listen and watch you play and make suggestions about how to improve, you are less likely to develop bad habits. This is a video lesson […]

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Learn Jazz Guitar

Learn To Play Jazz Guitar Tips and suggestions to get you started – learning the right way and making the most progress with the time that is available for practice. If you really want a challenge then learning to play Jazz guitar is for you! Not only will you need a good technique, you’ll also need to be musically creative, have a sound musical knowledge, know lots of advanced chords and have plenty of time to practise! […]

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Learn Blues Guitar

B B King Blues Guitar Man

The Player and Instrument You can learn blues guitar on even a modest instrument. B B King played a Gibson 345 and Robert Johnson used an old beaten-up acoustic that you could probably buy for next to nothing! It’s true to say that it’s not the instrument you play, it’s how you play it that matters. I guess we would all prefer the Gibson than the old acoustic but it really won’t make us into better guitarists, […]

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Learn Rock Guitar

Where To Start Perhaps the most important place to begin, to learn rock guitar, is with the style of guitar music that you like most – and then other decisions should then be easier to make. Rock n Roll or Heavy Rock If you like heavy rock, power chords could be a good starting point. If your tastes are a little less heavy, learning to play the blues for example would be a good place to start. […]

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Learn Church Organ

Learning to play the Church Organ from a pianist’s background. The church organ is an instrument that most people come to already having had some experience on the piano. To begin to learn the church organ without any piano or keyboard experience would be a very difficult and long task. However, many people struggle even if they can already play the piano, especially with learning to play the bass pedals – it’s almost as if you are […]

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5 String Banjo For Sale

5 String Banjo

5-String Banjo Closed Solid Back, 24 Bracket and Geared 5th Tuner By Jameson Guitars Full Size 5 String Banjo for sale with Geared 5th Tuner This is a Best Selling Banjo on Amazon It has a Closed Mahogany Back and 24 Brackets The 5 string banjo is made by Jameson & Davison Guitar Company Quick delivery and is a customer favorite with great reviews There are several types of banjo, perhaps the most popular of which is […]

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Learn Flute

Lots of puff is needed to play the flute and it takes time to develop a good tone. Of course you only have to play one note at a time and the flute has such a lovely sound. Getting Started – Your First Note The flute is made up of three parts; the head joint (with the hole), the body (the part with the most keys) and the foot joint.  To create some actually musical notes would […]

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Learn Mandolin

The Mandolin is an amazing little instrument and there are two types. Flat back which is the folk instrument, and bowl back, which is more of an Italian style. Not too expensive to buy and easy to transport the mandolin is a lot of fun. It can be as easy or as difficult to play as you wish. The neck is quite slim so if you have large thick fingers this instrument may not be for you. […]

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Learn Bagpipes

Play Amazing Grace on the Bagpipes … that would bring a tear to anyone’s eye! The best way to start is with a practice chanter which is the part that you blow into (above). After you have learnt where the notes are and can play some tunes, it’s time to get the air pumping … you’ll need a lot of puff! Bagpipe Chanters If you imagine that the chanter is similar to a recorder and easy to […]

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Learn Bass Guitar

Learn Bass Guitar

“I would like to be part of a rock band, or any other band for that matter, but not have to practise for years before I can join”. Easiest To Play The Bass Guitar is probably the most accessible instrument in the guitar category. However, playing the bass on your own – without other instruments to play along with – can be a bit boring. That’s why playing along with a rhythm track on CD – especially […]

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Learn Electric Guitar

Learning to play the electric guitar is an exciting prospect but where to start can confuse anyone. It really depends on the styles of music that interest you. You can learn strumming, fingerstyle, chords or lead, learn to read TAB or standard notation. These are just a few of the decisions that need to be made in order to get off to the right start. See also: learn to play rock guitar Start With Chords A good […]

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Learn To Play Piano Online

Piano Teacher

“I’d love to play the piano but is it too late for me to learn as an adult?” … absolutely not! The piano is the gateway to almost every style of music and can be learned at any age and online too. This makes learning the piano online often more convenient – and at times, less embarassing than taking a lesson with a private teacher with other students waiting for their lesson in the room! Rachmaninov’s piano […]

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Learn Drums

“I’ve always wanted to learn to play the drums but they are too loud for my circumstances.” If you don’t want a conventional drum kit, you can buy a practice or electronic drum kit that is almost silent. You hear the sounds through headphones or you could play through an amplifier with a band. These kits are also a lot easier to transport too! The drum kit is an instrument that can be learnt reasonably quickly but […]

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Learn Keyboard

Learn to play keyboard – it’s as difficult or as easy as you want to make it. It is possible to sound great on the keyboard and only play a few chords. An automatic accompaniment can be played just by holding down one note a left hand finger while playing a simple tune with the right hand. This is the quickest way to play the keyboard but I think many people will want more of a challenge […]

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Learn Blues Harp

“I would like to play an instrument that doesn’t take too long to learn and doesn’t cost a fortune to buy”. The Blues Harmonic (or blues harp) is a good choice. It is cheap to buy, relatively quick to learn and a lot easier to take on the bus than a double bass! Ten Hours or Ten Years If you learn to play the blues harp which is also called blues harmonica, it won’t takea long time […]

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Learn to Play Violin – Violin Master Pro Method – A Review

The Violin Master Pro Method Review There are a number of ways to learn violin online, some courses come as a bundle (all at once) and others are given out as weekly lessons with a recurring fee to go with them! In this Violin Master pro method review, I shall go into detail about this “bundle style” violin course and give its pro’s and con’s. Also the advantages and dissadvantages of learning to play the violin online […]

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How To Improve Your Singing Voice

If you want to learn how to improve your singing voice to, you will need to work on a number of vocal exercises and develop each aspect of voice training. Learn How To Sing In Tune You would be surprised just how difficult it can be to sing in tune, especially when singing fast, quick notes or long high notes. A good way to improve this aspect is by practising scales and arpeggios slowly, listening carefully to […]

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