Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Music Training.

Have you ever really, really wanted to do something in your life? Like maybe learning how to play an instrument? Or maybe fly an airplane? I for one always wanted to learn how to play piano. I saw people who played, and I mean very good, and I watched as their fingers ran down the keys and envied their playing without even looking like it was hard work. The times we went to a concert or had someone at church who played well, I wanted to play the same way. Every aspect you can think of with playing music, I wanted to learn it. I read books, watched dvd's, and read tutorials. One aspect I never wanted to get into though was Music Production Training. I guess I am just not into the whole technology part of it. Maybe that is why I never learned to play the way I could have. I don't know, but I do know there are plenty of ways to learn how to play and I wanted to give some tips and info on how I am able to play what I can today.

1.Be Serious.
If you really want to do something, make sure you are serious about it. Say there is someone who wants to learn how to fly a plane? Well, if they get the books, the dvd's and watch people who fly, it won't do them any good if they aren't serious about it. And believe me, people can do all these things and still not go anywhere with it. Make sure this is something you really want. Are you willing to buy the things you need? The accessories and books? What about the time that goes into it?

If it is worth it, you will want to invest in it. I play the violin and I started out with a cheap instrument. But as I progressed in my playing, I also progressed in my instrument. You will want something that isn't going to break in a year or so, but you don't have to have the most expensive thing out there either. And this is good for anything, not just playing an instrument. Want to learn how to ride? Drive? Put the time and effort into it if it is worth it.

What about you? Anything you ever wanted to do enough that you put the time and money into it? I would love to hear about it so let me know below.

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