Here at Instrumental Global we offer tips and guides on how to learn to play music in the comfort of your own home.
Before we built this site, we noticed that the music industry is not catered for enough for home learning.
Sure, you will find some websites that help; but few if any provide detailed and more importantly honest reviews.
We are here to give our readers the most helpful and insightful information they need in order to help them make the most informative decision they can when buying equipment, softwares and online music courses.
We also offer in depth reviews of the latest online music courses for learning guitar, piano and also improving your singing voice.
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Experts say that anyone who can talk can sing. Except for physical disabilities or disease, any individual can learn how to sing reasonably well. It does require some training and effort to sing intermediate to advanced songs. Nevertheless, you do not need any musical background, inherent genetics, or family history
Looking for a guitar amp with built-in digital effects? From wireless marvels to powerhouse portable amps, from workhorses to premium options, we’ve rounded up the best options available to help you make the right choice. Musicians are tremendously hungry for portability and convenience. In fact, the early digital amps like
The new year is here and perhaps you’ve made a resolution to not torment your neighbors with hot-rod distortion. The time is ripe to contemplate the goodness of downsizing your rig with a low-watt tube amp for practice sessions. In the past decade, there has been a keen demand for
Focusrite’s Scarlett series of budget-friendly yet high-quality audio interfaces have found their way into countless recordings and home studios. Even pros looking for a portable addition to their rig have adopted the Scarlett interfaces. Now into their 3rd generation, the Solo and 2i2 remain the most popular products of the
Every vocal enthusiast and beginner muses over what he or she sounds like. We’ve all heard terms like baritone, tenor, alto, and soprano used to describe vocalists and singers. Yet, what must you do to figure out your voice type? Just like an individual, each voice is distinct and unique.
So you’re in your bedroom singing along to the greatest rock concert in history happening in your head. Your voice soars through, the crowd goes wild, and then; in an inspired moment of passion, you belt out the most amazing note you’ve ever sung. You snap back to reality as
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