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Learning is the act of acquiring or developing skills and knowledge.

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There are two factors at work when you play that contribute to calluses: the amount of force you have to put on a string to fret a note (and it's a combination of string tension and string height that …
answered Jul 7 '11 by Ian C.
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Transcribing by ear can seem daunting at first. The key is to break a big, complex piece down in to little, manageable bits and tackle those first. Then piece them together to build up the entire song …
answered Apr 21 '11 by Ian C.
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What's better: pick up a guitar every day for a few minutes or play more rarely, but having a longer session? Neither. It's not length of time, but what you do with it when you have it. If you sp …
answered Jan 13 '11 by Ian C.
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I think learning other instruments can give you great new perspectives on music and how it's made. Take the piano for example: a radically different approach to music creation. Very linear. There's …
answered Feb 5 '11 by Ian C.