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You’ve probably heard the advice that recording yourself during music practice can help you learn and improve faster. There are three big reasons to do it but recording your playing or singing can be scary! Fortunately you can make it easy. Learn how in this episode. https://www.musical-u.com/learn/learning-faster-by-recording-music-practice/
Links and Resources:
Interview with Gerald Klickstein: https://www.musical-u.com/learn/musical-success-with-ease-with-gerald-klickstein/
Audacity recording software: http://www.audacityteam.org/
Contact the show – record a quick message!: https://www.musical-u.com/podcast-contact/
Today we’re going to be talking about why to record yourself during practice – and how to make it easy and enjoyable.
In my recent interview with Gerald Klickstein we talked about overcoming performance anxiety and making your playing more musical – and one technique he strongly recommended was to record yourself.
We talked briefly about how to make this easy, since so many musicians hate the idea of recording themselves playing or singing. But I wanted to unpack it in a bit more detail today because it’s one of those techniques that can really accelerate your progress – but is easy to overlook or shy away from.
So we’re going to talk a bit about why you might want to record yourself, then how to do it in terms of technology, and then what you can do to actually make it easy and not get caught up in mental negativity or anxiety when it comes to recording or listening back.
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