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Three Key Tips For Marching Band Directors Choosing A Music Arranger

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If you’re a band director, a huge responsibility you have is hiring a music arranger. This person creates authentic music to complete your ensemble. When selecting one of these professionals, these tips will prove helpful.  Sample Some Music  One of the most important aspects of hiring one of these specialists is actually listening to their music. You can then determine if their style and overall vision for music will work for your particular marching band.…

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How To Take Care Of Your First Piano

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A piano is a great way to be introduced to the world of music. It’s also a significant investment. Here are some ways to take care of the piano.  Keep the Keys Covered The lid of the piano is there for a reason. It helps keep out dust and moisture. Dust makes the keys harder to play, as it can get caked in between the keys and make them stickier. When dust combines with a bit of moisture, that film can get stuck and be hard to remove.…

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Two Reasons Why You Should Think About Becoming A DJ

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If you’ve ever been to a function that had a disc jockey (DJ), you know how well they can get the party started. Some events start out a little cold because the people don’t know each other and are slow to warm up. A good DJ can completely change this by livening up the atmosphere and encouraging the crowd to let their hair down and have a good time. It may have never occurred to you that becoming a DJ is something that you can do, but it most definitely is.…

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Three Ways To Inexpensively Create A Custom Soundtrack For Your Amateur Film

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If you are making an amateur film to enter in a competition or turn in as a class assignment, creating your own custom soundtrack is a surefire way to set your movie apart. However, having a soundtrack recorded by a well-known band or musical organization can be costly. Here are a few ways you can create such a contract on a tight budget. Talk to local music schools. Small, local music schools may be interested in having their students work on the soundtrack for you.…

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