Did you know that learning an instrument can benefit us daily?
Learning a music instrument has been scientifically proven to stimulate our brain cells and help human beings improve cerebral functions like memory, induce creativity, rationalize logic and improve abstract reasoning, thus helping people make better decisions in their day to day lives with their daily tasks. It also helps in channeling our emotions and expressing them by playing the instrument.
How does learning an instrument impact your child’s life?
Learning a music instrument is a fun way to expand your child’s social circle. It introduces them to the idea of joining music group at a very young age and helps them to develop relationships with other kids of different ages and various cultural backgrounds. Learning an instrument will inculcate a sense of teamwork with kids and will also help improve your child’s listening skills. Simple fundamentals such as hand-eye co-ordination, muscle memory, personality and confidence also develop at an early stage and can significantly impact your child’s future.
Have you tried this approach to learning an instrument?
The first thing you want to do is pick an instrument that excites you! Take a picture of yourself with the instrument and get a sense of whether it makes to motivated to spend your time learning the instrument. The next thing you should do is find music that you like that uses the instrument of your choice. Check the internet for music lessons and get a diary to make your own notes while learning. Once you feel you’re making progress record yourself playing the instrument to track your progress. Motivate yourself daily by watching videos of artist’ that inspire you and spend at least 30 minutes each day practicing whatever you have been trying to learn. It is highly recommended to practice as slow as possible to achieve quick results.
How long does it take to learn an instrument?
Learning a music instrument could take you anywhere between a few months to a few years on end. Prodigy level of artist could take as less as two weeks in learning to play a new instrument. It all depends on your interest and the commitment you take to practicing the instrument on a regular basis as frequently as possible. With the right approach and guidance from the musicians circle you can build on your skill and creativity at a much quicker pace. Establishing a feedback channel to gain constructive criticism from other musicians and teachers will certainly help you understand the areas that need improvement to speed up your learning process. Getting consistent focused practice at the beginning of your learning trajectory is crucial for you to learn the instrument within the first 6 to 12 months just to get your basics right. As you progress with skills you will understand that learning never stops and that itself could make it more interesting and challenging for you to continue pursuing the instrument.
We encourage all of you to begin your journey in 2023 by learning a new music instrument. If you already know how to play an instrument, learn another or perhaps teach/guide someone you know; on how to play an instrument if its their first time.
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