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    Things to consider before you buy an mp3 player

     

    : Portable mp3 player has changed the way people use and listen to music. Because of new technological innovations both in software and hardware has kept this field fresh and exciting and a bit confusing for any first time purchaser. Today there are many portable mp3 players available in the market and it might seem difficult to choose the right mp3 player for you. So you need to gather some information about the mp3 players available and their price range and then compare their features and decide which one shall suit you the best. This is because if you are a music lover you would always wish to have an in built FM tuner or if you love to play games then you would ask for something else. There are different accessories and lots of add-ons available. The major criteria for mp3 player comparison would include its music store download system, its capacity in gigabytes, music storage in hours, music formats supported, video formats supported, image formats supported, built-in FM tuner, built in microphone, accessories included, other third party accessories available, navigation, dimensions, weight and price. Open and closed systems The primary factor that differentiates between players is that whether they form a part of a closed download music store system or an open one. Closed systems have all elements such as online music store, PC music store, portable software and portable player that are fully integrated to work together. An example of closed system company is the Apple ipod that operates iTunes. Open system provides you a selection of music stores and portable players from different companies and because they share the same music file format you can easily mix and match players and services. Microsoft’s windows media audio is the largest such open system. It is also important that the terms “closed system” and “open system” describe the online music store to software to portable player relationship and the copy protection their respective formats use. You can download and play mp3 files from other kinds of internet websites such as band websites and pod casters. You can also import music from your personal CD’s to your computer and then transfer the songs to your portable player in your preferred format of mp3. For further information, visit our recommended website freedownloadmp3song. info

         
    Throat singing in inuit culture

     

    Originally, Inuit throat singing was a form of entertainment among Inuit women while the men were away on hunting trips. It was an activity that was primarily done by Inuit women although there have been some men doing it as well. In the Inuit language Inuktitut, throat singing is called katajjaq, pirkusirtuk or nipaquhiit depending on the Canadian Arctic region. It was regarded more as a type of vocal or breathing game in the Inuit culture rather than a form of music. Inuit throat singing is generally done by two individuals but can involve four or more people together as well. In Inuit throat singing, two Inuit women would face each other either standing or crouching down while holding each other's arms. One would lead with short deep rhythmic sounds while the other would respond. The leader would repeat sounds with short gaps in between. The follower would fill in these gaps with her own rhythmic sounds. Sometimes both Inuit women would be doing a dance like movement like rocking from left to right while throat singing. Sounds produced can be voiced or unvoiced and produced by inhalation or exhalation. Both Inuktitut words and meaningless syllables are used in Inuit throat singing songs. However, when words are used in throat singing, no particular meaning is placed on them for a song. When meaningless syllables are used, they are often portrayals of sounds the Inuit hear in their natural environment such as animal sounds or even water running down a creek. Popular Inuit throat singing songs are usually identified by the first word or sound that is produced in each song. Inuit throat singing is a skill that has to be taught and developed. Inuit throat singers try to show their vocal abilities in a fun competitive manner and the first one to either run out of breath, stop or laugh is declared the loser of the game. Each game usually lasts from one to three minutes. In a group of Inuit women, the overall winner is the one who beats the largest number of her competitors in this fun filled activity. Unfortunately, there is no written record of when the Inuit first developed their form of throat singing which differs from the type found in Mongolia and other parts of the world that has some form of throat singing. The Inuit did not keep any written records and history was simply passed down from generation to generation orally. It was reported that at one point in time, Inuit women would actually have their lips almost touching while using each other's mouth cavity as a sound resonator. This technique is not used anymore. Inuit throat singing was actually forbidden by Christian priests for almost 100 years but since this religious ban was lifted, there has been a resurfacing of this traditional activity in the Inuit communities during the last 20 to 30 years. Interestingly enough, there has been a lot of interest among the younger Inuit generations in this revival in addition to the Inuit elders who are trying to bring throat singing back as part of present Inuit culture. Many of the young Inuit women who have taken up throat singing claim that it is a way for them to express their Inuit identities in the modern world where many Inuit traditions have already been lost. The revival of Inuit throat singing has been so popular that in September of 2001, the first throat singing conference was held in Puvernituk, Nunavik where different types of Inuit throat singing from different Arctic regions of Canada were demonstrated and shared. There has even been a small number of Inuit throat singing CDs produced.

         
    Thursday rock

     

    Thursday, a post-hardcore band, is from New Brunswick, New Jersey. The band formed in 1997. Their first full-length album was released in 1999 with a New Jersey based company called indie Eyeball Records. Thursday is known for their notable advancements of artistic nature; many of the bands songs are as a result of books, real world events, and art of various forms. Successfully emerging from the underground indie scene, Thursday at the turn of the century attracted Victory Records attentios. The band gained significant commercial radio airtime when they released their second album which became a breakthrough. Their hit single "Understanding In A Car Crash", landed the band a major label record deal with Island. Their hopes were in continuing to create music and an image that truely represented themselves. This hope resulted in a magnificent artistic piece in which the band perfected their sound. The entire collection of Thursday albums were produced by Sal Villanueva and mixed by Rumble Fish. Thursday Band members are: Geoff Rickley (vocals), Tom Keeley (guitar), Steve Pedulla (guitar), Tim Payne (bass), Tucker Rule (drums) and last but not least Andrew Everding (keyboard). The sound of Thursday is built upon both post-punk atmospherics and hardcore's visceral instrumentation. Repeated high-pitch guitar riffs stacked on top of heavy bass lines echo Thursday's British influences such as The Cure, The Smiths, and Joy Division as well as New York City's Sonic Youth. There is the odd time signatures, tempo and key changes, and multi-sectional song structures also play a prominent role, akin to progressive rock bands such as Yes and Rush. Lyrically, Thursday is a masterpiece with lead vocalist Geoff Rickly. Geoff concentrates on the struggles of growing up in the world today using violent imagery along side shimmering, and often beautiful phrases. Thursday's Discography * Waiting (December 6, 1999, Eyeball Records) * Full Collapse (October 18, 2001, Victory Records) * War All The Time (September 16, 2003, Island Records) Thursday's Singles * 2001 - "Understanding In A Car Crash" * 2002 - "Cross Out The Eyes" * 2003 - "Signals Over The Air" * 2003 - "For The Workforce, Drowning" * 2004 - "War All The Time"

         
    Tips for recording music with your electric piano

     

    Electric pianos, also called digital pianos are become increasing popular, due to their many benefits. Quality digital pianos now how a sound and feel very close to an acoustic piano. In fact, some digital pianos can rival the best grand pianos in sound quality. One of the best benefits of digital pianos is their digital output of sound, so it's very easy to record music using just your digital piano and your computer. Most keyboards and electric pianos have a one quarter inch stereo output. Most computers have a one eighth inch stereo input, so you'll need an adapter. You can get the necessary adapter at Radio Shack or a similar store. Once you have your electric piano plugged into the microphone port on your computer, you'll need software to record with. Audacity is about as good as you can get. It's free, and supports multiple tracks, plus has many useful effects. Once you install Audacity, you'll need to adjust your keyboard volume. You can adjust the volume via the Audacity interface or on your keyboard. To record, just click the record button and start playing...then click stop when you are done. To record multiple tracks, just click record again and play along with the track you already recorded. If you add acoustic tracks, such as guitar, vocals, drums, etc to your recording, you should use the Noise removal effect on Audacity. This tool is very helpful in removing static and noise from your recordings. It usually won't be necessary for your electric piano, though, since all the recording is digital. Using your electric piano and Audacity, you can easily create recordings with a “full” band. If you need more voices for your keyboard, you can get midi boxes or software to add 100's of extra voices – everything from drums to flutes.

         
    Tips for the solo musician your recording studio

     

    Copyright 2006 Curse Buster Sound Every musician should have his, or her own recording studio. Just as each individual has chosen the instrument of their choice, on the same token, a recording studio is a must. Think of it as an ultimate tool for the perfection, and promotion of your musical career With today’s technology, there is no excuse for not having some kind of recording studio. It can range from the smallest; 2, or 4 tracks; to a huge; 24, to 50 track monster; whatever you can afford. You can actually obtain a 4 track studio for as little as $100, to $150. I would like to point out to those who say that it is not possible for them to obtain, or run their own recording studio, you can accomplish whatever you set in your mind to do! If you can’t obtain the kind of studio you want at first, start with what you can afford, and build on it. You will be surprise to find that over time how fast you can reach your goal. I would like to point out here that I am just a plain old ordinary guy, nothing special at all. I am blind, and I must accept that fact and get on with life in general. When it comes to recording, I don’t have any extra ordinary skills, or hearing. The myth that blind people have extra ordinary hearing is just that!...A Myth. The truth is, that blind people pay more attention to sound as a necessity. So,…a blind persons hearing becomes, and I stress,…becomes keen, and sensitive to the softest of sounds do to that fact. The purpose of your recording studio is to perfect your personal sound, record your music,… and promote yourself, or further your music career. Having your own recording studio will: 1. Give you a tool to see what you really sound like. 2. Give you a tool to make your own CDs. 3. Give you a tool to record other people, and make money. 4. Give you a tool to make tracks, jingles, ring tones, etc. 5. Give you a tool to do just about whatever you can musically think of,…The sky is the limit. Here is a general outline of my home recording studio, and how I go about utilizing it. I use Cakewalk Homestudio 2 XL to record all of my tracks. I have found that this works best with my screen reader: Jaws for Windows. I also use an 8 channel Baringer mixer; a Fostex 12 channel sub mixer; Korg M1; Yamaha keyboard; Del demention 47 computer; Sonar Producer 4 plugins;Alto, Tenor, Baritone saxophones; Peavey microphones; Boss octave divider; Boss stereo panning delay; I have 352 Gigs of recording space, including backup. Recording is done in my well insolated living room in our peaceful Texas home. Since I am blind, it is a necessity for me to be as organized as possible. So, I have made a template inside my cakewalk software that I use any time I record. I imagine what ultimate band I would like to have, and I build my template based on this idea. A 40 piece jazz orchestra. Including rhythm section; woodwinds; brass; strings; percussion; and audio tracks. When I get an idea for a song, I immediately bring up my template and lay down the keyboard track with the appropriate drum track(session drummer) I then go back and record all the other tracks in order from rhythm section, through percussion, strings, horns, ECT. I find that each recording gets better, as I find better techniques to work with. Peace, and quiet is the key here, I wouldn't want it any other way. (I am on constant guard against my lovely wife attempting to drench my equipment with soap and water) Some great resources are: homerecording So,…Go Ahead!...Make that recording!

         
    Tips to conserve preserve and restore your music box collection

     

    Copyright 2006 Monique Hawkins For the serious music box collector, looking after their valuable collection is important. Though preserving, conserving, and restoration sound similar, there is a difference between these concepts. Let's discover that these differences are. Preservation: this means ensuring that one's music box is protected from deterioration and damage. It means taking such good care of it so that the likelihood of it being damaged is minimal. Conservation: This means to stop and further deterioration that has already has or still is occurring and to reverse the process. Restoration: This means returning a music box to its original state. It also means there will be no attempts to improve the original by use of materials, decoration, or finish. Always remember that conservation needs to have priority over restoration when there is deterioration going on. Deterioration is something that all music box and antique lovers need to watch out for. It is caused by problems such as high or low relative humidity, light problems, insects and other pests, and mechanical damage due to bad storage or poor handling. Humidity is hard to regulate. However, if one tries to maintain a constant humidity for a music box, little damage will likely occur. Parasite attacks from insects such as beetles and moths have to be avoided. There are ways to do this. For example, mothballs or moth crystals work very well for moths in closed areas. One can also use a liquid like chlorinated hydrocarbon. Light causes damage to music boxes by creating heat in a confined space. Ultra violet light causes wood to fade and also impacts varnish and polish. To avoid light damage, keep music boxes away from direct and artificial light. Mechanical damage shouldn't even occur! So, it is important to be never be careless when handling or moving a music box or other valuable collectibles. The restoration process usually begins with an examination of a music box. It works best to use the same materials and methods used by the original craftsman. Part of the restoration process can also include repairs to documentation. Why? Documentation with a music box such as the tune sheet in the lid, instruction cards, the original bill of sale, and repair notes are part of the music box. If someday the music box or antique collector wants to sell their valuable collectible, it would be important to have the necessary paperwork in order. Looking after a music box collection is just as important as carefully choosing which music boxes to collect. Follow the above tips to ensure the long life of music box collection.

         
    Tips to learn classical guitar

     

    Learn Classical Guitar Today! A classical guitar has a different anatomy than regular guitars. It has six strings, with the bass strings made of nylon wrapped in brass wire and the treble strings made from nylon. The body of the guitar is symmetrical and made of wood. It includes no electronics. A classical guitarist is not just a person who plays a classical repertoire. It is also very important the way he plays. A classical guitarist plucks the strings with the fingers from his right hand and doesn't use any pick. There are also some recommendations about the position of the body that make a classical guitarist different from other guitarists. How to Learn Classical Guitar? The best way to go is definitely a private teacher. They will provide you with personal attention and teach you all the technical points of posture or hand position better than any other method. You can learn classical guitar from books as well, but it will probably take longer and you may develop bad habits that are more difficult to break after a long time. The main disadvantage about taking up private lessons to learn classical guitar is that they cost about $20 an hour. A solution would be to find a teacher that teaches group lessons to a group of students at once. This way you will pay much less, as well as benefit from observing your classmates. You can take up private lessons later if you feel the need to do it. Finding the classical guitar teacher His/her qualifications: Is he/she a performer as well? What kind of degree does he/she have? What is his/her teaching experience, in years as well as number of students? Are the students satisfied with the lessons? Does he/she specializes in teaching classical guitar or teaches all kinds of guitar? Although these questions don't necessarily reveal whether he/she is a good teacher or not, you can use the information in your final decision on whether you can learn classical guitar from him/her. Approach to study: The prospective teacher should be able to clearly explain what you will actually learn from the lessons. If you really want to learn classical guitar, you will easily identify a teacher who seem to provide vacuous entertainments most of the lesson, just point out your mistakes and give assignments or cannot provide much advice other than practicing harder. Be careful not to choose a teacher who doesn't take immediate and firm measures to correct any painful condition that you might encounter. As a general advice, try to find a music tutor whose competency you believe in and give your best effort to learn classical guitar from him/her. After several lessons, evaluate whether you are actually progressing – you should actually get what you're paying for. Although a professional guitar teacher is definitely the best way to learn classical guitar, you may choose other methods too. If you don't have enough time or can't afford private lessons, a theory book can also help. If you are serious about playing better, you should be able to learn classical guitar from a well-written and informative book as well.

         
    Tools for learning guitar

     

    Guitarists are insatiable learners and the world is full of great guitar learning material. First of all, there are countless tablature books which show you in the easy-to-learn guitar tablature format how to play all your favorite songs even if you can’t read sheet music. If you can read sheet music, then there is sheet music available for every popular artist and thousands of classical and lesser-known composers. There are also “method books” that teach how to play a particular style, and there are instructional guitar DVDs that show you and tell you everything a single guitarist knows how to do. There are books with CDs full of audio examples, there are DVDs that come with tablature books; the list of available guitar learning resources is endless. Guitar lessons are still the number one way that guitarists pick up new information. In-person guitar lessons with a local guitar teacher are probably the most effective way to learn new things about the guitar. The world is full of part-time and full-time guitar teachers, who put their heart and soul into teaching their students how to be an ever-improving guitar learning machine. Guitar teachers are expensive, however, and not everyone has the money or the time to commit to in-person lessons. So while this is a truly effective method, it is not for everyone. Over the last 5 years, online guitar lessons have become an outstanding resource for guitarists wanting to learn guitar at a convenient pace and at very low cost. In my opinion, online guitar lessons have come of age, and are now the best tool for learning guitar available to anyone anywhere. I don’t propose that online guitar lessons should supplant books, sheet music, DVDs, and in-person guitar lessons. What I would like to suggest is that online guitar lessons are more convenient, cheaper, more useable, and provide more breadth of information than any other method available. Convenience: Tablature books are OK, as long as they come with some audio examples. DVDs are OK, as long as they come with a book. The problem is that keeping your place in the book and your place on the CD/DVD in synch is difficult. Every time you take a break (every day basically) you lose your place and have to synch up all over again. Online guitar lessons, on the other hand, solve the problem of synching the tab, explanation, and audio/video samples. A web page is the ultimate guitar lesson format: audio, video, and text all together in one document. Price: Books and DVDs have to be manufacturer, shipped, and inventoried. If you have ever burned a CD or made some copies at a copy shop, you know that manufacturing a product costs real money. Imagine if you had to turn around and sell your product at a profit? Shipping a book or DVD to the retailer is another expense in traditional publishing that occurs before the product is even ready to be sold. Inventory, the hidden expense, can be the largest: every month the book sits in the store, it costs the owner a percent of the price to pay for it to be kept out of the rain, and if the inventory is bought on credit, there is interest on the loan as well. All told, it is no wonder there are few places that sell guitar lesson products even in a large city. Breadth: Guitar books generally can only have a few hundred pages; DVDs can only hold a couple of hours of video. A web site can expand to the size of a whole library full of books and DVDs. This is one aspect of the size advantage of online guitar lessons, but the more important aspect is this: getting a book published is so difficult, that many great guitarists simply never try it. Publishing a web site is so easy that many fantastic guitarists who would never previously have published their knowledge can now publish their guitar lessons online where you can find them. As you can see, online guitar lessons have significant advantages that should make them an important part of any guitarist’s learning strategy. As the internet continues to grow, and the use of video on the internet spreads, look for online guitar lessons to one day be the recognized leader in helping guitarists improve their skills in a convenient, inexpensive way.

         
    Top artists join music project to benefit the california schools

     

    Over the past decade, music has been severely declining within the California schools. A recent study showed that within the past five years there has been a 50 percent decline in student participation in music programs. Additionally, it showed that one third of all music teachers have lost their jobs within that same time frame. The study predicts that music education will be eliminated from the California schools within the next ten years, unless dramatic changes occur. Music within the California schools system is at a critical juncture. Singer Bonnie Raitt said, “It’s a shame we are depriving so many California children of the benefits of music in schools.” She stated that every child deserves the chance to develop their fullest with a well-rounded education, including the arts. To that end, the California Arts Council spearheaded the California Music Project (CMP), a 401(c)(3) nonprofit, long-term initiative. The California schools, music industry executives, and the council will work together through the CMP to bring much needed revenues and music programs back into the California schools. The goals of the CMP are to: • Provide grant funding to music teachers, music professionals, and the California schools to bring more music leaning to students; • Develop joint ventures with universities, businesses, foundations and music-focused organizations to fund, pilot and expand music programs within the California schools; and • Serve as an advocate to both the public and private sectors to further music as a core discipline, so that every California schools students has equal access. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger proposed and approved a state budget with the California schools slated to receive an estimated $105 million in ongoing funding for arts education. That is an estimated $17-18 per student. Included is a one-time allocation of $500 million for arts, music and physical education equipment. Yet, it will not be enough to reverse the tremendous, almost ten-year decline of music education within the California schools. The California schools remain underfunded and understaffed in music education. The CMP plans to heighten awareness and raise funds through all-star music CDs with top California performers, special events, and concerts around the state. The first CD is scheduled for release in late October. Artists, publishers and labels donate all the songs and performances, with proceeds going to the CMP. It features a variety of genres from 18 California singers, musicians and bands. Included are: Los Lobos, Leela James, Beck, Dwight Yoakam, Warrne Zevon, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and others. The artists are very passionate about their work and want to see California schools students get some of the same attention they received while growing up around music. Working with the CMP, the artists may get their wish.

         
    Top of the pops before hitting the shops

     

    It was only a matter of time before cyberspace prevailed in the music industry ... 'Crazy' by Gnarls Barkley made history by becoming the Number One song in the United Kingdom's singles charts without one CD being available in stores. Over 31,000 legal downloads were compiled after the song was featured on BBC's Radio One. Among other things, that would rank the song right up there as the ultimate impulse buy. To be accurate, 'Crazy' won this distinction because of a recent amendment to the British music industry's rule that a song's download couldn't count against its sales until it became available in stores. However, the point has been made that, just as digital discs replaced tapes and records in personal music consumption, the torch has now been passed to digital transfers. PC World noted this eventuality in its January 2006 issue, noting that music download sales tripled in 2005. That accounted for six percent of the music industry's sales for the year, impressive in that it also signifies a dent in the number of pirated tracks. Figures released by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry --- the authoritative source --- revealed a tally of $1.1billion in download sales during the year. Gnarls Barkley's digital achievement came just over a month after another cyber-landmark was attained. The billionth download in iTunes history occurred in late February 2006, when a Michigan teen ordered Coldplay's 'Speed of Sound' for the sum of 99 cents. That price is yet another reason why singles --- almost eradicated by the trend toward albums in the 1970s --- are back, and in a big way. And to think that the music industry spent the early years of the Cyber Era trying to deny, or at least discourage, its existence. Perhaps finally realizing that such a tactic didn't work for blacksmiths at the turn of the last century, the recording moguls --- albeit grudgingly --- sought to learn from the new technology. The key to their success to date is their seeming awareness that their objective is to find their niche in the cybermarket, rather than attempt to dominate it. Granted, it's a mega-niche, but the industry apparently accepts that it will no longer be the lone gateway between artist and consumer. Retailers, for example, are beginning to capitalize on the social aspects of music purchases. There will always be teens, and congregating for music is a long-standing trait of theirs. When it's in the malls or on Main Street, the major chains are preparing to offer kiosks where downloads can be purchased on-site. With their vast inventories of stock, these stores present an ideal means of searching for songs, sampling them and then sharing opinions, which perfectly describes the normal buying habits of both teens and tweens (ie - the 9-to-12 set). Verizon is on the front lines for the mobile niche of music retailing with its VCast technology. This service transforms the wireless phone into a portable music player by synchronizing music already stored on the user's PC. It can also be used to buy new songs or albums from the Verizon Wireless music catalog, which is accessed via cellular phone or PC. Quality of sound for music downloads continues to improve exponentially, which further increases the attractiveness of downloads. FXSound is on the cutting edge in this respect with its critically acclaimed DFX Audio Enhancement packagepatible with virtually every major music platform, from MP3s to Internet radio, DFX is trumpted as "the first plug-in to make truly professional-quality audio processing available to Internet audio users." They do this by restoring the full range of frequency harmonics, thus creating the auspices of a high-end home music system. Its effects are amazing. Where Gnarls Barkley has gone, legions will follow. Cyber-dominance in the music industry is now a hard fact, so the real top has yet to be popped.

         
    Top secrets of common sense part 1

     

    If you believe you can, you will. If you believe you can’t, you won’t. No matter what your musical skill level is right now, there are going to be many significant challenges ahead of you. Your attitudes, and the ways you deal with musical challenges, will be single greatest factor in determining how much you will achieve as a musician. If you believe that you can, and will, overcome your greatest challenges, you will find a way, or you will seek help from a teacher, trainer, coach or mentor that will help you through it. If you don’t believe you can achieve, your done, it’s over, because you won’t. A true story of self-fulfilling prophecy OK, a short history lesson here might go a long way, so here it is. In early 16th century Mexico, existed a great empire called the “Aztecs”. In fact, it was the most powerful civilization in North America up to the year 1519. It was in that year when the Spanish conquest began. Cortez brought with him about 400 men, and with these soldiers, they defeated virtually the entire Aztec empire. How did Cortez’s men defeat this great empire with only 400 men? Was it with superior weapons or superior military tactics? No! The Aztec emperor (and many of his people) believed in a myth that some day in the future a “god” would return to Mexico to destroy them. When the Spaniards arrived with their strange skin color, beards, clothes and weapons, the Aztecs “knew” they couldn’t win. They believed they could not overcome the power of Cortez’s tiny army because they thought Cortez was the “god” who was returning to destroy them. The Aztec empire was destroyed forever by a false belief (that Cortez was their “god” and that it was impossible and useless to try to defeat him)! There are many other military defeats throughout world history caused by other types of false beliefs. Had the defeated armies and/pr rulers had different beliefs, the history of the world could have turned out to be quite different. As you see above, the negative results of false beliefs, and not believing in oneself, can be devastating for entire civilizations, so imagine how badly your negative beliefs can hurt your ability to effectively learn your instrument! Lets find out where your attitude is likely to be 1. Play something on your instrument that you cannot play perfectly yet. 2. Listen critically to your playing. 3. Identify problems and try to define for yourself what they are. 4. What are your mental thought patterns? What is the voice inside your mind telling you? Lets say what you played above was a scale at high speed. You noticed that not all the notes were played cleanly. Now lets look at two types of thought patterns and attitudes you might have about that: 1. You say to yourself, “These notes are not even, clean and clear….I can’t get it!… This sounds terrible!….I guess I have to try harder….it still doesn’t sound good…I just CAN”T do it!….Maybe I just don’t have what it takes……?” 2. Or you say to yourself, “These notes are not even, clean and clear….I’m going to record myself playing these scales, so I can listen while I am focused only on “listening” and not on “playing”….Where do the worst spots seem to be happening?…..Where are the better notes located?……Hmmm, I notice the problem seems to be occurring when I change from string to string or every time I use my ring finger…..Perhaps, the string changing problem is caused from inefficient right hand motion and maybe the ring finger is causing problems because it’s not working independently from the other fingers…..I’ll ask my teacher about this and he will probably offer specific exercises I can do to strengthen these weak areas. Then I’ll be able to play these scales correctly!….” The results Obviously the differences between these two opposite attitudes are huge. More importantly is the difference in “results” one will get from choosing to approach the same problem with opposite thought patterns and attitudes. The first attitude offers only self-doubt, pessimism, a negative self-image and hopelessness. The second offers confidence, self-reliance, hope, optimism, security and the desire to get through the difficulty of mastering this technique. Even though working with a great teacher is the very best way to improve your skills, only your thought patterns, positive attitude, and the way you deal with challenges, will make significant improvement actually happen. It’s that simple! Why most people fail to ever become musicians. More than half of people in the United States who begin to play an instrument will quit in less than one year from the time they begin to play. Another significant percentage of people will play occasionally, but will not make much forward progress on their instrument. Why? Well there are many possible factors, but the biggest two reasons are: 1. They took the first attitude mentioned above. 2. They didn’t learn from a great teacher on a long-term basis. Inaction: The worst possible thing Inaction (taking “no” action), when action is necessary, is the worst possible thing, I can think of, for all areas in life. For most people, inaction comes easily and naturally. It’s so easy to do “nothing”. It’s so easy to “not” take guitar lessons. It’s so easy to “not” find a better teacher, coach and mentor. Hey, I’m not perfect either, there were plenty of times in my past when I too took the path of least resistance and did nothing when I really needed to. Those decisions to do nothing (or to do little) led me to….. Regrets A few years ago, I got tired of living with regrets and made some interesting observations about them. Regret is a poison, a toxic waste that marinates in your soul. What drives our regrets? Most of our regrets in life occurred, not from what we have done (or said or thought), but from we didn’t do. Our failures are not the main cause of regret and unhappiness, it is passing up our opportunities to grow, improve and make things better that hurts us most. Think about it. What will you do? I teach a private and correspondence music careers class where I teach, train and coach my students to become professional musicians, music teachers, etc. The very first (and probably most valuable) thing I do as my student’s mentor is ask them this question: “What are you committed to do, RIGHT NOW TODAY, to reach your goals? Even if you are only able to make a small baby step forward, tell me WHAT WILL YOU DO RIGHT NOW?!?! This very moment is the first moment of your future. You create your future by what you do in the present! So, what will YOU do right now? What thoughts will you allow to fill your mind? Who will you call or email? How will you spend the rest of your day? What action will take right now? What will you do in this “present” moment, which will contribute to your future? I invite you to sign up for my free newsletter which is filled with valuable guitar instructional resources! More articles by Tom Hess are available for free here: tomhess. net My email: [email protected] net Copyright 2005 by Tom Hess. All rights reserved. Used by permission. See Tom Hess on the HolyHell world tour in 2006. Tour dates posted here: tomhess. net/news. php? rubric=1

         
    Top three cheap les paul guitars

     

    Les Paul guitars are normally priced in the thousands. If you look around there are some cheap Les Paul guitars to be found. Good cheap Les Paul guitars can be found for under $500 dollars. These types of instruments can provide years of playing enjoyment. Our first of the cheap Les Paul guitars is the Epiphone Ultra electric guitar. The Ultra looks similiar to the Les Paul Standard, but to make it more "acoustic" sounding, its mahogany body has logically placed hollow cavities making it around 5.5 pounds lighter. It's very comfortable to play this guitar due to its belly contour on the back. Next is the Epiphone Les Paul Special II electric guitar. This guitar is cheaply priced and provides a classic humbucker sound. The neck is a nice mahogany, and the fingerboard is rosewood with dot inlays. The hardware is chrome, plus it has tone and volume controls. Our final affordable guitar under $500 is the Epiphone Les Paul 100 electric guitar. This instrument has two humbucker pickups, a fretboard of rosewood with a bolt-on mahogany neck, plus outstanding body wood. All this gives it one of the best sustaining tone characters. If you want to let your leads sing, try the Les Paul 100.

         
    Try a free theory lesson

     

    Free music theory lessons are yours when you choose to learn online. These days most of us have a busy schedule that keeps us tied to work and other activities. But what do you do when you want to learn how to play the piano or guitar and have no place to start? Online courses are the way many people are learning to play musical instruments and master theory concepts easily and quickly. A free music theory course will help you focus on the music you want to learn to play. When you have a better understanding of the notes and chords you are playing, you will be able to advance quickly through your lesson plans. And you’ll find that you enjoy music much more when your are able to play those chords and notes the way they should be played. No matter the musical style you are looking for, when you know how to play any number of piano chords, you will be ready to play a wide variety of sheet music and songs. Whether you are interested in playing classical music, pop music, gospel or church music, or rock tunes, a lesson in music theory will help you succeed. Finding the right piano teacher is important, and learning online may be the answer if you are after a well-rounded piano education that includes theory work. If you choose to pursue online piano lessons, make sure your course work includes basic theory concepts that will help you grow as a musician and tackle any song or type of music you choose to play. A program that includes chord charts and scale work is ideal if you are after a better understanding of the structure of music. As you continue studying once you’ve taken your free music theory course, you will realize how easy it is to learn piano and theory online. People of all ages and backgrounds have successfully learned how to play the piano after dedicating themselves to weekly theory and piano lessons online. After only your first few piano lessons you will be more than ready to get started with weekly, or even daily, lessons. You can soon be playing for friends and family, amazing them with your new musical talents. You can learn a variety of music styles such as classical, jazz, gospel, or rock and roll easily once you’ve mastered the right theory concepts.

         
    Tuning intonation and the saxophone

     

    Playing your saxophone in tune with others in your band requires much more than simply playing a reference note into a tuner and adjusting the mouthpiece on the instrument. In order to really understand the tuning process and how best to tune your saxophone it helps to know the physics behind the sound that you produce while playing. When we are talking about physics and the saxophone we are dealing in the realm of invisible vibrations called sound waves. To better understand these sound waves it helps to think about a guitar string. When you pluck a note on a guitar the string vibrates at a specific rate or “frequency.” The length of this string dictates what frequency the string will vibrate at. By moving your finger up and down the fretboard you can change the pitch to any of a dozen or so pitches. Now think about a fretless guitar. Instead of a dozen pitches you could potentially have hundreds of pitches, each very slightly different that the other. Saxphones behave in this same way but use a vibrating column of air instead of a vibrating string. When you add or subtract fingers on the saxophone you are changing the overall length of the tube, creating shorter or longer sound waves in the process. Many things can affect this resultant wave. A key that is not adjusted properly can partially close over an open hole causing all notes above that key to be slightly flat. Likewise a key that is left open when it should be closed can make other notes out of tune or at the very least sound less focused. Two saxophones that are not perfectly tuned to each other will always vibrate at different frequencies even when playing the same note. When two sound waves of the exact same frequency are played together they reinforce each other creating a stronger, more pleasing overall sound. When two pitches are slightly out of tune they occasionally collide with each other causing a disturbance in the combined wave form. This phenomena creates audible “beats” or bumps in what the listener hears. Each bump in the combined sound is literally the two sound waves slamming into each other. It is often easier to understand this process by seeing it visually. Take a look at the examples shown at library. thinkquest. org/19537/Physics. html. As a saxophone player it should be your goal to learn how to play your instrument in perfect tune. Unfortunately this requires more than simply tuning your concert A or B-flat. Now that you know a little about the physics of sound however, you can begin to understand the inherent pitch problems of your saxophone and relate this to your overall performance and study routine.

         
    Tuning in to favorite music

     

    Whether you're a classical buff or you think pop music rocks, chances are one of the best places to find the music you love isn't the radio-it's your TV. Americans across the country now say they find out about new music, watch performances and even record their favorite songs from TV. In addition, televised concerts have become a great excuse for friends and families to gather and listen to favorite music. So what's hot on TV this season? Here's a look at some upcoming concerts. They're being televised as part of PBS' March fund-raising period: • "Barry Manilow: Music and Passion"-Superstar Barry Man-ilow's hit Las Vegas show is an exciting, multifaceted production that features contemporary hi-tech music and effects mixed with the classic entertainment values of Las Vegas legends such as Sinatra, Presley, Davis and Martin. • "Chris Botti Live"-Acclaimed trumpeter Chris Botti is considered a virtual genre-of-one in the realm of contemporary jazz. His most recent album, "To Love Again," is the inspiration for this new concert, a magical evening with a star-studded lineup: Sting, Jill Scott, Paula Cole, Burt Bacharach, Renee Olstead, Paul Buchanan and Gladys Knight. • "The Four Tops 50th Anniversary Celebration"-Friends and peers joined the Four Tops as they celebrated 50 years in the entertainment industry with an all-star concert at the famed Detroit Opera House. Hosted by Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson, guest stars include Mary Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Dennis Edwards and the Temptations Review, Paul Rodgers and James Carter. • "Queen and Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions"-Queen's 2005 world tour was one of the live concerts of the year, with Paul Rodgers (Free and Bad Company) stepping into the legendary Freddie Mercury's shoes alongside Brian May and Roger Taylor. The spectacular show includes all the Queen classics, including "We Will Rock You," "Under Pressure," and "We Are the Champions," as well as Rodgers' anthem, "All Right Now." • "Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli: Amore Under the Desert Sky"-Opera tenor Andrea Bocelli has become one of the most famous and beloved singers in the world. In his new special, Bocelli performs songs from his forthcoming album "Amore." Also featured are duets with 2001 Tony-award winner Heather Headley. PBS music specials also feature Barbra Streisand, the Smothers Brothers, Judy Collins, Daniel O'Donnell, Patti Page, John Sebastian and others.

         
     
         
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