Tips on becoming a professional singer or an instrumentalist
#2 DAILY PRACTICE!
Practice time is simply a moment of applying new skills and becoming oneself. It’s a time of test-running and trying out fresh ideas of the mind pertaining one’s career.
It is a period when experts are bred and professionals are made.
It’s a period of time when original skills are birthed.
Having sat with an experienced music Coach and having undergone through series of intensive training and learnt a lot of stuff to advance your music career, it’s ideal to create an uninterrupted time to practice and assimilate what you have been taught.
A practicing singer is a great, unpredictable and dynamic singer. A singer who creates time for practice doesn’t lack songs on stage. An instrumentalist who creates time for practice doesn’t get boring on stage, he quickly improvises and he/she is outstandingly skillful.
What will make you stand out as a singer or an instrumentalist with a difference is the amount of time you apportion to practice.
Whatever is not practiced cannot be perfected.
It is during practice that professionals are born. Practice time simplifies hard songs and tunes. Practice is the road that to expertise.
No amount of time , 5, 10, 20, 30, or 60 minutes no matter how little or big invested daily in practice that will not yield a bountiful harvest.
Commit yourself to daily practice and the result will amaze you in a few months from day.
The #2 major KEY to becoming a professional singer or an instrumentalist is to subject yourself to DAILY PRACTICE!
PRACTICE! PRACTICE!! PRACTICE!!!
Remember the #1 KEY is CONSTANT TRAINING.
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