A solo is a section or complete piece of music played or sung by one musician, with or without additional accompaniment by an ensemble or tape.

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How to train in order to perform a “good” drum solo?

This question might be a little weird, but I was wondering, since there are a lot of different ways to perform a drum solo, how to practice for them. I'm looking forward to play something clean, not ...
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Question about soloing

I am soloing over a chord progression of A,D, and C#m. A G# note fits all but the D chord. Can I still hit the G# note when playing a D chord? It sounds good to me but I'm not sure. Musically, does ...
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Cover video of song has been blocked by Youtube [closed]

I have uploaded cover of a bollywood song in my own voice on Youtube.Also, submitted it for the monetization.But, it has been blocked by YouTube saying that "Your video may include clips that are ...
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Guitar solo techniques

I have been playing guitar for a while now and I've decided (after playing with a guy I know and seeing how expressive his solos are) that I need to improve my improvisation. My improvisations are ...
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How to Increase left hand speed?

My left hand speed isn't good enough to do fast hammer on pull offs or similar stuff. I want to learn some basic iron maiden solos and go from there but I simply can't get the hammer pull offs right. ...
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Getting a bigger sound for solo keyboard/voice performance

I've played keyboards in a band that plays pubs/clubs for a few years now. I'm thinking of trying some solo gigs where I try to recreate as much of the band sound as possible. I definitely want to ...
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How can I encourage a soloist to play louder?

In the training band I conduct, we sometimes choose pieces that focus on one player as a soloist. Many of the players have no previous experience of playing in public. Often, the children's natural ...
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Should the soloist watch the conductor?

I have been watching many videos of concert band performances which has a soloist standing just beside the conductor. Let's now assume that we are talking about a trombone concerto with a solo ...