Taking time to reach the minds of music students in a modern age

The human benefit of music is about bringing people together for many activities and reasons; people build communities with music. 'With the 'Ipod Age' we are the first generation in history that have changed music from being about participation and...

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When the Violin becomes a language better than words and gestures

When Matthew Lim, a long distance student at the Guild, was able to come to our Melbourne campus, he was able to have fun with fellow student Davis Takagi with impromptu duets of some of the more complicated pieces...

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The Alexander Technique Lecture with Jeremy Woolhouse

Jeremy Woolhouse came to the Guild to give a lecture for our students this Wednesday about using the Alexander Technique, the lesson is a back and neck saving reminder. Being mindful of our stances when playing instruments for long...

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When, why and how long to Practice your instrument effectively. What tips can you share?

Some of the sites below have a view of what is required, what tips can you share? The best time of the day to practice. bulletproofmusician.com hubguitar.com How long should you practice every day? Why you really need to practice your instrument. How...

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Music Software/APPs/Hardware – Recommendations anyone?

Cakewalk is BACK! You can now download Cakewalk for FREE.  MORE INFO!! BandLab Software Pro Tools 2018 Education (Student/Teacher) - this is a great deal however you will need to have an iLok 2/3 for it to work. Garageband for your IPAD, so...

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