Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "composers", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Composers and Composing

31st August 2012
In music, there are different talents. Performing an instrument, including singing, is one talent; conducting is another; and composing is yet a whole other. Musicians tend to have a penchant for one more than the other, and where they have such a niche, ... Read >
Author: Evelyn Simonian

How to Build a Synth in Max/MSP

31st October 2011
Everyone has different ways of writing music whether you sit down with your guitar, play and hum until you get something you like, or draw out some beats in Reason. However, one thing that many composers and songwriters often have in common is linearity i... Read >
Author: Dave Garnish

Origin of Praise and Worship Songs Persons Know and Like

07th October 2011
It is an individual matter to just be a enthusiast of Christian songs persons know and adore right now but it is really a different to have a legitimate appreciation for the background of the songs from the church.The actual date of origin of songs from t... Read >
Author: QuincyCantu

Relative Pitch Training - How I Improved

11th August 2010
In this write-up I'm going to talk about relative pitch training! It's anything that's actually hard to know precisely the way to train nonetheless with the suitable advice you'll be able to understand several relative pitch ear training exercises that co... Read >
Author: mark sherris

How to Play Heavy Metal Guitar Songs?

23rd April 2010
So, you have always dreamed of playing heavy metal guitar songs? But if you are a beginner, you might find it difficult to find out where to start. Playing a heavy metal song can be a little difficult to manage if you do not know the right techniques. It ... Read >
Author: Paul Gian

Games to Relieve Stress for Groups

24th March 2010
groups at hand, or at least have an idea of how these stress relief games for groups work. You'll find that these games will help to break down the natural barriers that exist as groups begin to form and develop. Stress Relief Games for Groups #1: I... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Easy Classical Guitar Songs

28th August 2009
Classical guitar is a fascinating instrument to learn. The process of graduating from struggling to get your right hand fingers working to playing bass, melody and accompaniment together will keep you enjoying your guitar practice for a long time. Not tha... Read >
Author: Ricky Sharples

Learn How to Sing on Pitch Every Time

27th October 2008
Some time the problem of "tone deaf" can be there before you and you might think that singing on pitch will never be before you. Some singers face this problem. They can't differentiate one musical frequency or pitch from the other. Singers find it diffic... Read >
Author: Lisa Lopez

What Type of Intelligence Do You Need to Be Successful?

07th May 2006
There are many different kinds of intelligence. Just because you may have low levels of one sort of intelligence, it doesn't mean that you're not smart. You just need to find out which sort of intelligence is strongest in you. To be successful, you should... Read >
Author: Royane Real

How to Develop a Good Ear

01st February 2006
What do we mean when we say that someone "has a good ear?" Actually, the term can mean several things. When someone has a good ear, they can accomplish at least one of the following: 1) they can identify, usually by note name, the various pitches that ... Read >
Author: Gary Ewer
Bookmark and Share