Flashy Music Techniques can mask or hide poor music performance. It might look good when you are visually doing something well, but the underlying performance may not be up to snuff. Quickest way to find out: Close your eyes and listen; you may quickly find out that the flashy music technique is nothing more than […]

Improving music technique is to be able to groove without concentrating. That means you have adequately learned the technique that it becomes secondary to your playing. I’ve considered this idea as presented in Victor Wooten’s book “The Music Lesson” and I’m expressing a way to understand and actually improve music technique. Concentrating is the first […]

Tuning into music technique is the ability to remove all noise and chaos from your focus and tune into what we want to receive. This is a part of a theme that I am going to expand on and as enlightened by Victor Wooten in his book “The Music Lesson”. Playing Music Is Built on […]

What happens to your music technique when all of life’s necessities take you away from playing or studying music? It’s not going to take much of a leap to figure this one out. The start of this year has found be busier than ever, and my focus has been taken away from studying, making, and […]

In music trying to modulate from one point or chord to another or from one key to another is simply stated as a progression through chords to arrive at the desired location. Easier said than done for those of us that haven’t taken the time to understand or study the concept. There are numerous ways […]

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Music students getting back to music ask serious questions about learning music, here are a few ideas to help explore those questions.

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