Nice thread! I don't know anything about gear but I play piano and guitar. I do it for fun, but I'd like to find a way to get dollars from music. Maybe I'll start busking. I like playing blues on piano, and folk on guitar.
Here's a little tune I like to play on guitar. It uses dadgad tuning and is called "Midwinter". Idk who wrote it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_QsQmqLs9g
Here's the kind of thing I like to play on piano.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E02TdInfxpg
Do you have any recordings of your playing OP?
nice thread, i play guitar and bass and i'm a huge gear nerd, i play for fun but i am looking forward toplaying gigs
I play a little guitar. Some bar chords are still hard for me and a few strings are always muted.
Also am I just a noob if all I can do is chords and not finger picking and tabs?
Also how does one get better at playing by ear? Is it just a myth?
I’ve been messing around with piano for a month now and I know a few keys that go good together, but don’t know any theory or when I look into it seems too complicated and too much work to get into.
Is it possible to be a good musician by ear only? I’m more interested in playing than doing the basics because I’m too old to start all that shit now and I just want to make some good sounding music
m8 work on basic finger exercises and simpler songs. You gotta start somewhere.
Play guitar, have done vocals in metal n punk projects, and have been trying to produce some industrial techno n digital hardcore as of late
I want to learn to sing good, are there any good guides that arent idealist bullshit and based on some science? I dont want to do dumb lip trills that dont teach you shit.
i have the same question
>>12627>I dont want to do dumb lip trills that dont teach you shit.
That's like a boxer who doesn't want to jump rope or do bagwork.
Singing's a physical activity. Your body is your instrument. Lip trills will improve your singing. No excuses, just get on with it anon. https://youtu.be/PQUo7eimhWA
But i already can feel my diaphgram already, i want to learn how to control and direct it to make my singing more powerful and smooth.
Also every time I browse youtube they say some idealost crap like 'use your head voice
'. Isnt all voice from the head wtf.
I want to sing like the oldschool 50’s singers that sounded like guys with powerful voices like sinatra and all. I guess I’m mainly looking to understand the main concepts and get some tips that could instantly help my singing. Like in martial arts relaxation and whole body movements is a big concept. Just wondering what the main ones for singing are. I like practicing by diving headfirst and then getting the refining the basics down laterhttps://youtu.be/VvjWl7lvrnk
Woops wrong link, like this dude: https://youtu.be/VTSgGCgpeN0
i also want to learn how to sing good, but my main problem is singing out of tune and i need help on that