Time is the only thing we really have in life and there never seems to be enough of it…
But whether your goals are to just play for fun or to become a professional musician, there are techniques you can start using today to make use of your time more effectively to become the musician you want to be, despite your limited time.
And if you have all the time in the world, you should still apply these strategies because things won’t always be that way.
As life goes on, you tend to accumulate more and more responsibility, so it’s best to form the habits to deal with limited time right now…
Invest in the right tools
The right tools matter more than ever when you’re trying to save time. The right tools could mean anything from the right software to the best instrument you can afford. The point is, use your money to save you time.
We recommend a bunch of things, not just because they help support Jazzadvice and keep it alive, but because they can help anybody get to where they want to go, faster.
It took me a long time to realize that spending a little money on the right tool could improve my listening experience, my transcribing process, and my skill as an improvisor much more rapidly than if I didn’t have these tools.
The right tools give you a huge advantage.
Spend some time thinking about what would make it easier for you … Read More