Another importance of learning

June 9, 2017
By Paul Grieselhuber

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There’s a lot of music out there. And it can be a bit overwhelming if you’re learning a musical instrument. What’s the next song to learn? What version should I check out? How do I build on that version so I’m not limiting myself? And what’s the best way to learn this song?

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At TuneFox, we stress a combination of learning by ear and exploring variations at a song level as well as a lick level. As musician’s who almost never perform with music notation/tab, we need to be able to quickly internalize a melody and improvise variations on it. This level of musicianship may sound far away or even out of reach for you, but I can assure you everyone has the ability to take their playing to this level.

It's a matter of patience and persistence.

If you can be disciplined in your training to put the tab away and learn by ear on a daily basis, you’ll be surprised and happy with the results.

Exploring variation is key to getting out of your comfort zone and being creative.

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At TuneFox, we stress a combination of learning by ear and exploring variations at a song level as well as a lick level. As musician’s who almost never perform with music notation/tab, we need to be able to quickly internalize a melody and improvise variations on it. This level of musicianship may sound far away or even out of reach for you, but I can assure you everyone has the ability to take their playing to this level.

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TuneFox gives you everything you need to learn several amazing arrangements of the same bluegrass tune and even lets you create your own versions with the lick switcher.

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It’s good to start with something within your comfort zone, so if you feel like the Scruggs style version would be the easiest to grasp the main melody, start there.
I recommend you sing along with the song to retain the melody on a deep level, rather than just muscle memory.

Paul Grieselhuber