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What Sort Of Singer Are You?

06th March 2012
One of the nice things about singing in a group is that each person has a different voice. Although the same vocal techniques are used by every type of voice - which means that many singing lessons are one size fits all - each voice has its most comfor... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

3 Simple Blues Soloing Tricks (To Break Free From Scales)

09th December 2011
The last thing you want your blues to sound like is a scale. The blues is an art form of the soul. It expresses the deepest feeling of the human experience. Scales, on the other hand, are a structure of the mind. They express the mathematic elegan... Read >
Author: Jariel

Yamaha YPG 535 88-Key Grand Piano Keyboard Review

06th January 2010
Yamaha YPG 535 88-Key Grand Piano Keyboard offers expert and amateur piano players the experience of a lifetime. From its soft-touch keys to the wonderfully solid sounds to its beautifully crafted aesthetics, Yamaha does deliver with Yamaha YPG 535. This ... Read >
Author: Kapalbility

Male Voice Types

26th March 2009
There are four typical male voice types, and you will generally learn what yours is during your first couple of vocal lessons. Several factors provide the basis for your voice type, including your range, timbre, and tone. The male voice types include coun... Read >
Author: bsmcgee

How Frequencies of Isochronic Tones Work

30th December 2008
One of the most popular aspects of isochronic tones deals with how they sound. Isochronic tones are used as a means of helping to get brain patterns to synchronize with the sounds. This works through the frequencies of isochronic tones. These tones deal w... Read >
Author: onlineincoypq

Celtic Music -- The Tin Whistle

13th December 2008
The Tin Whistle (sometimes called a pennywhistle) is a simple and cheap instrument. It's simply a metal tube with six fingerholes and a mouthpiece (much like a recorder); it has a range of about two octaves. Costs range from a few dollars to a few hundr... Read >
Author: Joey Robichaux

Guitar Effects Pedals -- Chorus

20th November 2008
This is one you probably already intuitively know! You're likely familiar with the vocal term "chorus" -- as in "many voices singing at once". A guitar "chorus" pedal does the same thing -- it makes your guitar sound like two or more guitars playing in ... Read >
Author: Joey Robichaux
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