Radical Shriek: How Live Performance Can Improve Your Playing



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Stephen Quinn

The transition from playing in your bedroom/rehearsal room to playing in front of an audience is never really an easy experience. The thought of technical problems still worries me more than musical errors but not as badly as before. Its a good idea to start a an early age. Even playing in front of family or friends, or jamming casually with friends will help you get used to playing in company and in front of even a small audience. If you can play to family, friends or even a small audience without succumbing to nerves then you will be able to work up to a larger scale.



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