I played trumpet from 4th through 6th grade and played euphonium from 7th to now - Memories
I was in my high school's marching band - the Wildcats. We were always 2nd place in every competition because of Hart High
I'm not gonna lie, I was pretty bad at every instrument I ever played, I was in concert band for my whole high school career. Never Wind Ensemble.
Play guitar for 3 years now, but i still think i suck even tough other people say I'm ok.
I played a little piano when i was younger but gave up.
I also know a bi, just a little of ukulele, bass guitar and drums.
I understand standard music notation but i like don't like to use it. I mostly play by ear or just improvise. Ba dum tsss!
I've been learning to play Piano as of a couple of months ago.
It's really fun and I love it. Although I don't have a tutor yet, just been finding my own way so far.
But I definitely need lessons soon.
i had piano lessons from 5 to 10 years old. at 14 y/o i started guitar and now i'm 19 y/o and it's my favourite instrument. i'm also a professional musician, i have a metal band and an album out with them besides guitar and piano i also play bass guitar and drums. hopefully i will make something big in the near future
I play multiple instruments (guitar, bass (both acoustic upright and bass guitar), drums, piano, and vocals) started in 2nd grade with piano and quickly moved to guitar then bass then drums and vocals when I started in my first band right around high school. If you don't mind me asking...is there a point to this thread other than just friendly conversation? (questions to be answered, pointers, instruction help, or anything along those lines)
I have a question about optimizing my cpu for the purpose of audio recording...anyone have a suggestion as to where to post my initial thread?
I learned how to play drums...from the internet :S I would say I'm a guy with coordination, definitely lacking hands on experience since I don't have my own kit...yet Would rather spend the money upgrading my PC atm I honestly do think that people frown upon the drums as a true "instrument". It's just really a stereotype I guess since the discipline required to be a good drummer is often seen as not on par with that of a pianist/guitarist etc although I somewhat disagree.
Played Piano for about 5 years now, just casually in my spare time. I just wanted to reach a point where I can pick up most pieces of music and give them a play, you won't see me playing for a crowd or anything anytime soon.