Robert Williams en Singers 25/3/2018 · 1 min de lectura · ~100

Best Tips for Those Aspiring to be a Musician

Best Tips for Those Aspiring to be a Musician

There is a vast difference between admiring our favorite band or musician and actually being a musician yourself. And, here we need to be sure that we are not just imitating but actually want that and have the basic skills necessary.

The road to being a musician is by no means easy, but with some guidance could be taken step by step until you have your foot on the first step then, you learn as you go along.

Here are some tips that may help you:

Originality – Be yourself and put your own stamp on your work such that it depicts only you. If you follow trends, you might find yourself losing your edge as fast as a trend disappears and if the theme is originally you, then you will be able to create more pieces as you move on.

Innovation – It is not just about creation but about the innovation whereby you do something that no one has thought of. Then only it can be called musical art that is truly yours and yours alone.

Classic is Classic – This means that you need to learn from the masters who have come before us. Study the classics, learn to have them by your side like a linguist needs a dictionary. And once you have mastered the classics, then only you can be a master yourself.  You can also have a great chance to learn by attending music concerts of famous artists and availability of no fee tickets from different service providers making it an easy to go option.

Substance – Let your work have substance. Anything that is light and airy quickly floats away and is forgotten, but when we listen to a rich piece of music, it definitely leaves its print and then we could listen to it hundreds of times.

Effort - This means that you have to give your music time and effort. The more effort you give in your work the more this will show in the final results, and the finished work will speak for itself.

Honor – You need to honor your predecessors and give them their due. An artist or musician who cannot appreciate and respect others work will find it impossible to gain the trust and respect that he needs. This will result in the fact that he will fissile out rather quickly.

Experience – Define the type of music that you are good at and give yourself the benefit of experience. You will gain experience in your chosen sector as you go along.

Do Not Multitask – If you multitask at the beginning, you burn yourself out quickly, but if you get the advantage of giving each task to the specialized person, then you have a chance to excel in your own sector and go up the ladder bit by bit.

In the end, the most important piece of advice is that you need to make sure that you don’t recreate someone else’s work. This is laziness and does not pay in the end. It is quickly obvious that this is not a new piece, and the recreating is usually not accepted since we are used to hearing it the way it always has been.