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Jacob K offers guitar lessons in Honolulu, HI

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...I like to make sure that my students are organized. I encourage them to bring a notebook to class to write down what they are supposed to practice. ... Read More

Philip S offers guitar lessons in Honolulu, HI

Philip S


...Conducting in 21 countries and performing with my seven year old daughter Penelope! ... Read More

Ron B offers guitar lessons in Honolulu, HI

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...I have been teaching guitar almost for as long as I've been playing. I'm a self-taught musician from the age of 15; at 16 I was helping my close friends learn; and by 17 I was already taking on students. ... Read More

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...television, movies and other forms of media diffuse and expand, they’re getting more and more difficult to find.   Songwriting and music composition careers   Songwriting is one of those music careers that was fairly common and prominent 50 years ago but is getting rarer and rarer these days. The music and entertainment industry used to rely on songwriters and composers to do everything from creating catchy jingles for toothpaste commercials to writing smash hits for pop icons. Even something as trivial as Saturday morning cartoons often employed a composer and dozens of musicians to create the show’s soundtrack and... Read More

Saxophone Fingering Chart will figure out will just be slight adjustments to the fingerings on the provided chart. Adding certain keys to the main basic fingerings can slightly change intonation, timbre, or resonance. The high F# on my tenor saxophone runs a little flat, so I add the Bb spatula key whenever I can to bring it in tune. You may find that certain notes on your particular horn benefit from adding other keys in some situations. Other fingerings provide enough of a timbre difference that it sounds as though a note was reattached. This is an effect you can use, a la Brecker, with certain notes, ... Read More

Different Piano Types: An Introduction and Pricing Guide

...was a Yamaha, in fact.   When it comes to electric piano types, don’t forget that key action, sound, and number of keys will heavily influence your child’s development as a pianist, so don’t short-change them on the instrument they use. If you are an older amateur who just wants to have some fun, there are many portable keyboard models out there that won’t cost an arm and a leg.   And lastly, remember that the suggested retail prices you find from manufacturers of all piano types are ridiculously high. Vendors almost always sell for a substantially lower price!   ... Read More

Jazz Exercises for the Saxophone: Thinking in 12 Keys

...consistent. 1234567 based on whatever scale is being played. Example with Notes Outside of the Scale This final example for thinking in 12 keys uses the major scale primarily, but has a note outside of the scale. The #4 is a common “outside” note in tonal music. Also try learning “Maria” from “West Side Story” in 12 keys. It uses the #4 as well. Maybe also try learning the theme song from “The Simpsons”. That uses #4 and b7. Where to Go From Here Hopefully learning the songs I provided in 12 keys helped you to figure out how your mind works when thinking in 12 keys. ... Read More

How Much Should I Practice My Instrument?

... The question that most beginners ask their teacher is “How much should I practice my instrument?” Practicing an instrument at home is the most important part of learning a new skill thus it is vitally important to develop good practice habits from the beginning. Practice can become a pleasurable process, if progress is felt and practicing is encouraged. The only way to improve is to do it on a consistent basis and to make it part of your daily routine. In other words, practice should be done at the same time each day. How Much Should I Practice My Instrument? If you are new at your instrument, start practicing 20 minutes per day, 5-6 times per week. If you are intermediate, practice 30-40 minutes per day. And if you are advanced, ... Read More
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