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Importance of Music in Education

Whether you're a teacher or a parent, music is an important part of the education of any child you care about. Not everyone has musical talent, but everyone can learn to appreciate music. Introducing children to different kinds of music can be a great way to begin a less on on history or various cultures around the world. Music also has an effect on the same part of the brain that you use to do math problems, and may stimulate children's brains in a way that helps them learn math more efficiently. Finally, music is a great way to relax and unwind. Every child should have a chance to find out how music can improve their lives.

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What Will Happen In The Music Studio?

If you are a relatively new or young artist, you may be a bit nervous for your first time in a music recording studio. You may feel a lot of pressure to perform your song without any mistakes, and that pressure can actually cause you to make mistakes. Instead of freaking yourself out before you even get to the studio, take a deep breath and read about a few things that you can expect when to happen when you get there. 

Discussion

The first thing you will usually do in the studio is to have a chat with your producer about how you want your music to sound. What is your goal genre? What effects do you want, if any? Have you thought about adding different elements to the sound of your music, or do you want it to sound raw? Your producer will likely ask you many questions to make sure they understand what you are looking for. 

Scratch Track

After your discussion, you will probably be invited to start playing and warming up. Your producer will record some of this initial warmup in order to make sure the settings suit you well. 

Instrumental Track

Once you get going, you will begin to play your song over and over. Each time you play will be recorded, and then the different versions will be spliced together in a way where there are no mistakes and it sounds how you want it to. 

Vocal Track

The vocal track is then recorded while the singer listens to the instrumental track. This too will be recorded several times. Some singers prefer to sing the whole thing in one long go, while others will cut the song into pieces and perfect each as they go. 

Additions

Once both tracks are recorded, additions can be added. Your producer will talk to you about adding backup vocals or additional instruments in order to make the song sound more full or to capture the effect you desire. 

While every music studio is different, most will follow a similar pattern in order to get the best version of your song. Make sure to be extremely open and upfront with your producer so that you are on the same page. If you are like most musicians, you have likely put many months and years into your music and you should make sure that it sounds the way you want it to. Being open and honest can help you to have a wonderful experience while in the studio.