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music
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Sir plc help me . I want to learn music . You can check my voice . I want to make a big singer
light music
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interested in light music - What is the appropriate course here?
Hi, I recommend..
by Aditi Jagtap
2 years, 11 months ago
Scales C - Shudh Ekk - Carnatic music kattai?
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I am trying to understand what does C map to in Carnatic music kattia.
C- denotes 1 ka..
by siva kumar
4 years, 1 month ago
OM Riyaaz for some songs does not reflect the song taught by coa
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Hi: The OM Riyaaz which is key for self practice sometimes does not reflect the adlib/mukhda/antara taught by coach. I like how the coaches portray the rendtition of original songs; however, I find that the OM Riyaaz which is important, does not reflect the melody correctly. For example, for "abhi na jaao chodkar", antara 2, the riyaaz does not allow the stretch and inflection on the first occurence of "bas ab na mujhko toknaa". Also in the song "Behti hawaa", in the adlib, the Om Riyaaz does not show the hum or have a gap to allow for it. I also find that in the Om Riyaaz, words are displayed almost just in time vs provide few lines ahead of the one playing, and sometimes the words are a little out of step from piano (towards end part of second antara of abhi na jaao)
OM Riyaaz for some songs does not reflect the song taught by coa
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Hi: The OM Riyaaz which is key for self practice sometimes does not reflect the adlib/mukhda/antara taught by coach. I like how the coaches portray the rendtition of original songs; however, I find that the OM Riyaaz which is important, does not reflect the melody correctly. For example, for "abhi na jaao chodkar", antara 2, the riyaaz does not allow the stretch and inflection on the first occurence of "bas ab na mujhko toknaa". Also in the song "Behti hawaa", in the adlib, the Om Riyaaz does not show the hum or have a gap to allow for it. I also find that in the Om Riyaaz, words are displayed almost just in time vs provide few lines ahead of the one playing, and sometimes the words are a little out of step from piano (towards end part of second antara of abhi na jaao)
OM Riyaaz for some songs does not reflect the song taught by coa
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Hi: The OM Riyaaz which is key for self practice sometimes does not reflect the adlib/mukhda/antara taught by coach. I like how the coaches portray the rendtition of original songs; however, I find that the OM Riyaaz which is important, does not reflect the melody correctly. For example, for "abhi na jaao chodkar", antara 2, the riyaaz does not allow the stretch and inflection on the first occurence of "bas ab na mujhko toknaa". Also in the song "Behti hawaa", in the adlib, the Om Riyaaz does not show the hum or have a gap to allow for it. I also find that in the Om Riyaaz, words are displayed almost just in time vs provide few lines ahead of the one playing, and sometimes the words are a little out of step from piano (towards end part of second antara of abhi na jaao)
OM Riyaaz for some songs does not reflect the song taught by coa
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Hi: The OM Riyaaz which is key for self practice sometimes does not reflect the adlib/mukhda/antara taught by coach. I like how the coaches portray the rendtition of original songs; however, I find that the OM Riyaaz which is important, does not reflect the melody correctly. For example, for "abhi na jaao chodkar", antara 2, the riyaaz does not allow the stretch and inflection on the first occurence of "bas ab na mujhko toknaa". Also in the song "Behti hawaa", in the adlib, the Om Riyaaz does not show the hum or have a gap to allow for it. I also find that in the Om Riyaaz, words are displayed almost just in time vs provide few lines ahead of the one playing, and sometimes the words are a little out of step from piano (towards end part of second antara of abhi na jaao)
Lyrics: Song Aane Wala Pal, second antara, second line
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Hi can you please confirm that the fourth is "Kahaa" (said) versus "Kahaan" (where)...as the nasal "n" has not been sounded in either the original song, or the one being taught in the lesson. "kahaan" does not make sense. Thanks.
Feedback from experts
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Within what time-frame one can expect a feedback from the expert in the Hindi Movie Song Gold Pack?
Hope we get a r..
by Meghana M
6 years, 9 months ago
Regional Language Song Courses
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I guess a course for regional language songs would be interesting. Though not sure of the difficulties in arranging the same.
It would be gre..
by SIYA RAGADE
7 years, 6 months ago