You may think that since you already know how to read music, you should spend a lot of time on piano or guitar first. But even if it sounds complicated, the answer is no. Most of our ideas for music development start from our first impressions, even if we’re not the closest to an idea. We find those first impressions through listening, talking to other people and learning as much music as we can through music.
There are plenty of ways to start music playing. From playing along with music to listening to music with others, you can use your ears, your intuition or even your brain. You decide:
Which music genres you can learn to play? How does music come to you?
How does music come to you? If playing a musical instrument is fun to you, how do you think it would be exciting for you to play with a band, a band mate or even in a live band?
If playing a musical instrument is fun to you, how do you think it would be exciting for you to play with a band, a band mate or even in a live band? Is it practical? If you want to find a band to play music with you, how can you do it, and how long will it take to find a good band?
If you want to find a band to play music with you, how can you do it, and how long will it take to find a good band? When a band comes calling, do you have questions before you’re even on the road? You’ll see how you can handle it and if you’re good enough, you’ll be on the road in no time!
Even if you have the means, it’s still fun to play with friends. It’s really exciting! But playing with friends makes it seem easier, which gets in the way of getting better. Playing with people can lead to good music and good relationships, but if you’re serious about your music, you need all the help you can get.
If you’re looking for new challenges in your lives, it’s best to start playing right now. If you’re serious about playing music, how can you get started now but without being over-stimulated? It’s important to start simple, so start with a simple instrument, a piece of music and spend a little time playing before moving to the next step (you also have to move from your simple instrument to a more complex one when you start with a more complex one).