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Improvising on Your Instrument

It is very fascinating that many musicians (of all levels and experience) are terrified at this idea, while others have absolutely no trouble doing so. Some of the most brilliant, outstanding Classical musicians go into shock and panic mode when …

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How to Memorize a Song

How does one memorize a piece of music? Every music student/musician encounters this. Whether it is that Classical Piano Sonata, Rock song, or the chord changes to a jazz tune, memory seems to “fail” us at one point or another. …

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Understanding Chords

This is a simple lesson designed to help you understand how chords are built, so that you can get started using them yourself.  Some folks try to make this a lot more complicated than it really is.  If you’re looking …

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Adding Extensions to Chords

As I’ve said in previous lessons, learning how to play chords is the basis of playing the guitar. Simple chords are comprised of three notes that are played together. Once you’ve mastered playing simple three-note chords, adding extensions to chords …

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How to Read Lead Sheets

Professional musicians often use lead sheets to learn new songs, but many music students aren’t quite sure what they are. For that reason, today I’m going to discuss lead sheets with you. By the way, lead sheets are sometimes called …

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How to Tune Your Guitar

Have you ever picked up your guitar and started to play, only to have everything just sound “wrong” or slightly “off?” If so, your guitar was most likely out of tune. Learning how to tune your guitar is something that …

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Music is for…

By Ryan Langford These days, it seems like everybody wants to be a star.  We’re not content to only live with and be known by those around us.  Although I’m a fan of technology, it’s seems to me that it …

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12 Benefits of Music Education

1. Early musical training helps develop brain areas involved in language and reasoning. It is thought that brain development continues for many years after birth. Recent studies have clearly indicated that musical training physically develops the part of the left side …

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About Us

Resound School of Music was started in 2009 with a vision of providing the finest music instruction available from the comfort of your home. But don’t be mistaken; we’re not your typical, stuffy music conservatory, nor do we want to be. Instead, we are the music school that was designed with you in mind.

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71 West 2nd Avenue, #335
Vancouver, BC V5Y 0J7
Canada

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