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Finding Motivation
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Finding Motivation

Every musician, particularly beginners, can sometimes find it hard to practice, and will often ask themselves questions such as “Can I find the time?” “Is it worth the time?” or “Will it really help me improve?” As an accomplished musician who’s struggled through those numerous questions, I’m here to tell you that the answer to...

Gig Guide
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Gig Guide

Getting your first gig may seem like a  difficult task, but if you look closely enough in your area, it can be a lot simpler than you may think. Perhaps just asking the owner of a restaurant that you regularly frequent, or emailing a couple of businesses in the area will open the door– opportunity...

Tools of the Trade
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Tools of the Trade

Welcome, Singers and Pianists! Our students often ask for recommendations for basic home recording equipment (which can also enhance your online lesson experience!), how to mitigate sound for home practice (so as not to disturb family/roommates/neighbors), and even how to shop for the best digital pianos (or keyboards). This post will provide an overview of...

Plan to Succeed
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Plan to Succeed

If you’ve ever tackled a big project before, you know that a step-by-step plan can really save the day. From home repair to balancing your budget, focusing only on the end result could leave you feeling like you don’t know where to start. Grab your big ideas head-on by breaking big goals down into smaller...

Masterclass: August 7, 2020
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Masterclass: August 7, 2020

Cardon Studios’ LIVE Virtual Masterclass series is designed to help in two special ways: Performers can gain valuable experience getting in front of a live audience, plus extra feedback from a teacher besides their primary instructor! Students who tune in just to watch can get a birds-eye view of their peers tackling some of the...

non-musical activities improve musical ability
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Non-Musical Activities That Improve Musical Ability

One common misconception that many people have is that musical ability is something you either have or you don’t. Musical skill is definitely something that can be improved upon and strengthened with consistent practice, just like everything else. Even the most popular and iconic artists had to spend thousands of hours practicing, spending days upon...

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How Learning an Instrument Benefits the Brain

“Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.” – Plato Playing an instrument involves all of our senses, leading scientists to conclude that music can result in long-lasting changes in the brain. While listening to music...

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How Exercise Helps You Be a Better Musician

It’s a great habit to spend more time practicing your musical instrument, but don’t neglect your physical health! Exercise is definitely a good way to stay healthy. As musicians, avoiding a sedentary lifestyle will also help in building up stamina and endurance to be able to give your best performance every time. Here are some...

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