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Asked by Aaliyah

How can I get work experience in the music industry?

Depends on what kind of experience you seek. if it's creative realated, don't contact companys, but rather contact individuals, musicians, producers, tell them that you admire their work, mention something they did recently, ask them the same question, dont ask fo work experience, ask for advice, if they can help they will be more likely to give you a chance, that if you force a CV through offici... more

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Asked by Suraj

I love music but I don’t know what career to pursue it in

There are many career paths these days, whether you can play an instrument, teach an instrument, produce a track or simply writing transcriptions of songs for others. Social media will boost your performer profile, whilst YouTube can provide a platform to highlight your skills. I’d be happy to discuss further if you need.

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Asked by Daniil

How do I learn to play with two hands independently on a piano?

Here are several ways you can learn to play both hands independently. 1. Practise contrary motion scales (left hand then right hand separately; break down the scale into small sections when trying both hands together). 2. Try hand independence exercises (legato in right hand, and staccato in left hand, then switch. Again, practise both separately, then very slowly integrate one hand in whilst th... more

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Cally Evans
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Asked by Stephen

I'm looking for someone to instruct me on using Sunvox to improve the audio production of my sound pieces.

I presume this is music-related. If so, I recommend trying to search on Scoodle for a music tutor. You can filter by price and level. Hope this is helpful in some way.

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Emma Berwick
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Asked by Annie

List 4 instruments that can be heard in the track ‘don’t blame it on the boogie’?

Acoustic drum kit Percussion Bass Electric guitar It's an amazing track, too!

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Asked by Cian

I want to become a studio musician without going to university. How can I get studios to notice me?

A lot of musicians don’t study music at uni these days. But make your own music, send it to as many people as possible- it’s so easy with Spotify and Soundcloud etc these days. Go to open mics and jams to meet other musicians and record with them- the music business is run on networking these days. Just keep playing and collaborating with as many people as possible and more opportunities will aris... more

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Rebecca Wilkins
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Asked by Osman

Does your mouth size affect the sound and Volume of your singing,because my mouth is really small and I think that’s why my voice sounds really quiet and hollow

Hi Osman, Your mouth isn’t where your sound is created - your vocal cords are inside your larynx which is in your throat. When you breath out, your vocal cords then vibrate together making the sound. This sound then resonates using various parts of your head, the most important part being the space created at the very back of your mouth where the soft palate is. The size of your mouth shouldn’t ha... more

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Natasha Page
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Asked by Sarah

What are examples of verses from Rap songs, with the artist, that show exact rhyme, internal rhyme, end rhyme, and slant rhyme?

Clarification: "I probably shouldn't boast, yet dag, I stun and flabbergast/The issue is I got a considerable measure of brains yet no polish" There, 'astonish' and 'polish' are a correct rhyme, yet there is additionally utilization of an inside rhyme with the expressions "brag" and dag" (dag being a substitute for damn' to make that inner rhyme). "Then Lord George pivots run a spendin... more

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Asked by Rafa

I love Music, like it's the only subject i enjoy in school but don't know what career to pursue using that skill. Any ideas?

Be a songwritter+producer. Nowadays anyone can build a studio in their bedroom, so any technical jobs are becomming obsolite. the knowledge however, is growing in demand. people actually capable of writing and performing music on request are in greatest demand, if you can write music you can become a songwritter, produces, or commercial composer. Being a session musician is second best choice, but... more

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