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Play Aggressive
Play Aggressive

Make yourself sing/play aggressive/fast/hard songs so you become comfortable with them. Many people will avoid them their entire lives, but you can learn to do them great, just as you do more emotive, slower songs. This ability will help all you songs become more ...

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Blog posts in April, 2011

  • Musical Abilities

    One's general musicianship, physical skill, artistic depth, rhythmic mastery, ear-skills are like a cushion upon which specific songs and performances ...

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  • Foundation of Your Technique

    Exercises and theory are the floor, the foundation of your technique. It's frequently hard to be energized by this repetitive work that requires long ...

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  • Playing By Ear

    The long-term goal for all player/singer applications that don't REQUIRE reading is develop your ear to the point that "playing by ear" is incredibly ...

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  • The Genius Musician

    Your ear is like a genius musician and music theoretician from Russia, who knows absolutely everything about music, can play every instrument and ...

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  • Missing Notes

    In performance (which you need to practice everyday) learning to let notes that you've missed go and keep on going (performance button, keeping the ...

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  • Rythm and Pitch

    Rhythm and pitch are the primary axes of music and are mostly identified by the beginning musician with "correctness". Only as these are mastered can ...

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  • Performance Demand

    Performance demand: Mark Black's term for the overarching imperative to play something, anything, no matter how flawed, when an audience is listening, ...

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  • Practice Scales

    OK, here's a change of pace. If you're practicing scales, chords, progressions - anything - through all twelve keys, you have to decide how much time ...

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  • Every 20 Minutes

    For every 20 minutes of practice time on a song, you should be working on the amount of material (in that song) that you can physically play through ...

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