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Here are the top ten articles for the Musician Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Write Your Musician Bio
A short, attention-grabbing bio is an integral part of a musician’s or band’s promo. It creates an invaluable first impression, with your most important points and accomplishments. Here are some free guidelines for writing your own.
2. Quickie ReverbNation Review
ReverbNation provides many great ways to grow your fan base, and to promote and sell your music and merchandise online, with zero start up costs and no out of pocket expenses. Here is a review based on my experiences with it.
3. Live Music And Audience Participation
Some musicians focus entirely on proficiency with their instrument. But there are also many ways to make your performance more exciting, satisfying, special and memorable by connecting with your audience.
4. Free Music Lesson - Counting Notes
This is a fast introduction to one of a musician´s most essential tools - Counting Music. If you´re not utilizing this standard counting system you could be slowing your learning process down a lot.
5. Free Lead Sheet Software
How to Use Free Software to Make a Great Lead Sheet
6. FREE Ear Training Software
Free software to boost your musicianship skills.
7. FREE Rhythm Practice Program
This free program will teach you to count music rhythms so you can improve your reading and playing skills. Learn to read and count quarter, 8ths and 16th notes, and combinations of notes.
8. Improve Your Singing Skills
Improve your singing skills just by listening.
9. The Self Determined Musician
The potential for a fulfilling musical career has never been greater.
10. Guitar Tablature - Beginning Finger Picking
Tablature is especially useful for learning songs with finger picking and solos on your guitar. Here is information you need to get started, and a fun and easy finger picking pattern!
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