The easy answer… “Music.” No, not a guitar or ukulele, but the ukulele.
Let’s talk about why.
Here is my teaching process.
For the first 5 to 10 years in your life, you will perform in bands. You get the chance to write music and play a few times, which is pretty cool. You also get to meet people you respect in rock music and musical scenes where you are from, who are like-minded and support each other’s musical endeavors. You get to go to places such as Rock on the Range and Electric Forest and hang out with some of the most talented musicians in the world.
At some point, your tastes change. Eventually you pick up a keyboard or start experimenting with different instruments and ways of manipulating these in new ways. It is about time you find the one instrument that is your own style and can do things the way you want to make, which in turn changes how you see yourself in music. That’s how a few years ago, I stopped writing rock music and learned how to play jazz.
The first lesson I taught myself in that area, in order to get started, was the piano. In high school when I was playing in bands, I wanted to be a piano player as much as any other instrument in the music industry. I learned the basic chords, met the teacher, listened and watched, and was totally satisfied if he could teach me one piano piece, which happened to fit a great “tune.”
I kept repeating this for a few years. But when I found the ukulele, I was ecstatic. I was in a band and we had a great melody. The drummer could sing and play bass too. We recorded two songs and it turned out to be one of my favorite songs of all time. I had found my favorite instrument while teaching myself how to learn that instrument and how to make it work for me.
That’s basically the first lesson I teach to anyone… “You have to learn some stuff so you don’t have a rock star piano player and go do that shit!”
What’s your favorite record of all time and why?
“Tropical Tracks” by Led Zeppelin “That is such a classic record; everything on it feels like it could be the first demo of the future. But when you really listen to the song, it’s such a great song. It holds up.”
Tell me a
learn violin beginner lesson 7 problem, learn violin beginner lesson 7 homework, how to learn violin faster car nightcore, learn violin online beginner art courses, learn violin online beginner guitar