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Being a Better Stage Performer
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As an independent artist, you may not find yourself performing to thousands of people at a time. However, at some point, you are going to need to get on stage – especially if you are hoping to take your career further. It may be in a bar with just a tiny audience or even with a couple of hundred people watching you. Read More here.
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The Circle of Fifths
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How the Circle of Fifths Can Bring the Music from Your Head to Everyone’s Ears!
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A couple of useful music score and notation websites
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Some useful music websites for the re-emerging pianist :)
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Count & Preparation Overkill
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Stressed at a gig because you forgot something? It affects your performance. Well here is a little solution.
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Atlas Arrows share ‘Grainy Days’
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Atlas Arrows may hail from Binghamton, N.Y., but some of their best shows – and best friends – are in Scranton.
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Record Guitar Tracks to Your Computer
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Mark Jenkins provides very useful instructions on how to record your guitar using a Rocksmith cable and Audacity - a free program.
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Daily Guitar Practice - Pebber Brown
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Pebber Brown gives you a boot-camp rundown on what and how to practice. This is not for the faint of heart - it is a Master Class!
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