“Music drives you. It wakes you up, it gets you pumping. And, at the end of the day, the correct tune will chill you down.”
– Dimebag Darrell
Playing the guitar improves the grey matter in the brain resulting in improved memory power.
Additionally, there is less decline in memory power with age. This is proven true by the fact that you have to memorize chords and patterns which act as a good workout for your brain.
While learning the ukulele, your brain is actively trying something new, which forces it to focus, concentrate, create and problem solve.
Ukulele learning is a creative and fun way to practice a new skill that you can share with your friends and family.
Whether you’re six, sixteen, or sixty years old, there’s a whole lot of reasons to learn piano (and few reasons, if any, why you should refrain). So many intellectual, emotional, physical, social, and personal benefits will come your way!
Recent research indicate that drumming accelerates physical healing, boosts the immune system and assists in releasing emotional trauma. Drumming has a positive effect on anxiety, grief, fatigue, depression and behavioral issues.
Acoustic guitars are a popular instruments among beginners and professional players. But, over time acoustic guitars may experience wear and tear that can compromise the sound and playability. One common issue with acoustic guitars is
Direct Injection boxes serve as intermediaries between instruments and consoles or multitrack recorders. Since acoustic guitars have high impedance and studio equipment has low impedance, DI boxes were initially used to resolve this impedance mismatch.
Wireless microphones have become a staple in the entertainment industry, enabling performers and speakers to move around the stage without being tied down by an onstage microphone. The frequency range is an important consideration for