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Kyle S offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Kyle S


...I've toured around the west coast in bands and flown to different countries as members of collegiate ensembles, even singing with the University of Oregon Chamber Choir during the Estonian Song Festival, with a combined choir of over 30,000! ... Read More

Travis M offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Travis M


...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing my students develop a passion for music! Its important that each student progresses at his or her own pace. I encourage this by setting realistic goals at each lesson and by pointing out and acknowledging growth and success that each student has. ... Read More

Elisa B offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Elisa B


...I have a long time teaching experience. In the past I have been teaching at Palo Alto, CA school district, Gorin School of Music, CA Marylhurst University Suzuki Violin program, OR, Alliance Charter Academy, OR and Lewis & Clark College, OR. ... Read More

Edward C offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Edward C


...The achievement will reinforce more effort toward the next step, but it must be "relaxed" effort. "Slowly but surely" is my motto as the challenges become greater and the success sweeter.... Read More

Amanda G offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Amanda G


...I want the lessons to be both fun and engaging. So it’s important to find what kind of music each student is interested in and then develop that interest and passion.... Read More

Brandon L offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

Brandon L


...From there, playing favorite songs and even writing some progressions maybe! Depending on what the student's goal is, we can learn notes on the fretboard or how to read music notation for the instrument.... Read More

James S offers guitar lessons in Salem, OR

James S


...For piano students I use the Neil A. Kjos Piano Library method books. I am flexible and I can tailor my lessons to what the student is interested in learning.... Read More

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...  How you write your riff will depend on your unique musical situation. Are you working on writing material with a live band? Then you’ll need the musicians you work with to play certain sections of music over and over again while you put your musical intuition, creativity, and knowledge of scale and mode shapes into practice. If you’re writing alone, it’s a good idea to write guitar lines over simple chord structures. You can use songwriting software like Garage Band to record yourself playing chords, or to generate synthesized chord progressions.   Whatever your situation is, great writing occurs when someone gives themselves... Read More

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...tends to fall back into the throat—by using the “Nng” hum to help bring the voice forward, the singer will have a much easier time transitioning into the middle and higher registers.   Hum to Vowel Transitions Using either of these two hums, try singing a descending 5-step scale somewhere in the middle or lower part of your vocal range (in Solfège, this scale would be Sol – Fa – Mi – Re – Do).   Ex: G4 – F4 – E4 – D4 – C4 Once the exercise feels comfortable, try sliding open from the hum to an ... Read More

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...starting to feel burned out? Then challenge yourself by creating a goal that has to do with learning a new piece of music in a completely different style than you’re used to. You’ll never get to the point in music where you’ll say, “I’m good; I know everything now.” There’s always something new to learn and hear, and that’s sort of a comforting thought when you think about it. Whether you’re completely new to music or you’ve been playing for a lifetime, doing your best to stay actively curious about music and all its possibilities will help you find the motivation to practice.   ... Read More
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