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How To Keep Grinding Your Music Skills On Your Holidays Season

We know how hard you have been committed to your craft and the only thing you want in your summer break is to relax. That can lead you not practicing at least not regularly as you should, so we're here to help you to get over your lack of practicing issue.

Whether you spent your summer lounging around in your vacation with no thoughts of class at all, or you tried to at least keep up with some school/work stuff, you’ll inevitably need some time to adjust and get back into the swing of things. In order to make this transition easier, follow these five tips on how to get back in the groove at school or class to keep grinding your music skills on your holidays season.

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5 Tips for Successfully Going Back to School

1 Instrument A Quick Tune-up:

Being able to quickly and accurately tune an instrument is one of the hallmarks of an experienced musician. Learn how to sharpen your tuning skills.
You can use an electronic tuner, in some cases tuning by ear or to a certain instrument is desirable, but those are few and far between while you are learning you can use this tool to develop your listening skills you can also try an online tuner as well…
If something doesn’t sound quite right, so it’s not. If your teacher gives you that look, check your tuning one more time. Don’t let poor tuning ruin an otherwise solid performance.
Wherever you are playing, tuning first is key. If you take the time and use good equipment, you’ll get better and faster over time, until you find yourself tuning—with a tuner or by ear on the fly—without a second thought.

2 Upgrading Your Instrument

When you start to know more about your equipment a desire for a better one is almost impossible to avoid. Some specialists say one year is a good time for newcomers to notice the differences in instrument quality as far as the tone a more expensive instrument is going to give you. Unless you happen to be quite talented! However, sometimes you are on a budget and the only thing you need is to repair your old buddy and keep hustling.
As you develop your skills the instrument may begin to hinder your musical progress.
The advancing student will eventually require a higher-quality instrument. Stores like Music & Arts offers a large selection of instruments with convenient rental and repair services all over the country.

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3 Create Good Rehearsal Habits

If you don’t have a clear plan for a rehearsal session, it can still be worthwhile and fun, you’re playing music after all. But we think the more you plan, the more you’ll enjoy it and get more done in the process.
So set goals that are important because set listing will definitely improve your skills fast.
Preparing yourself for the session like a ritual is also great nothing better than starting up relaxed than letting everything to the last minute.
Take short breaks, no phone, no friends and find a balance.

4 Challenge yourself

Don’t settle for your current position. Aim high in your skills. Of course, with that aim, include in your action, too. Book conferences that are relevant to the music industry or your instrument as well. There, absorb the lesson. Ask sensible questions. And don’t forget to connect with the attendees and the keynote speakers. Sometimes, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know,” may be a reality.

5 Record yourself

First, you sound different than you think, If you’ve ever recorded yourself, you likely understand this. You may think you’re listening to yourself objectively, but when you press play, you notice you don’t sound anything like you thought you did. Why is this exactly?
With recordings, you can focus entirely on what you’re hearing and improve your skills faster because recording is a great performance practice also is a progress tracker and can help you achieve your goal easily.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Music & Arts. The opinions and text are all mine.

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