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Practice Song
Playing a song or singing a song is a bit different than technical exercises which are much difficult to do long hours, so before practising a student must fix his mind to think that he will give his fixed...

Jay Gogoi | 22 Mar

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CALM - Beginner song in E Major
Try this very simple beginner level song on guitar called "CALM" composed by Varun(myself) and Aarabhy(The other guitar faculty) Hope you understood the scale of the song: E major This is a very...

Varun Raj N. | 01 Mar

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Saptak
Seven swaras sa re ga ma pa dha ni altogether called saptak. There are 3 saptak mandra, madhya and taar mandra saptak means lower octav madhya saptak is mid and higher octave is called taar saptak.

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I want to learn piano but I don't Have piano. How to buy piano? How to learn? What will be total cost of buying and learning?

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Soumitra Baypari | 11 Apr

Go for a digital piano to begin with (prefer hammer action key models). DP ranges start from 30k depending of availability. Later you may switch to acoustic piano. You can keep an approx budget of Rs. 20-25k annually for private lessons.

Mohan Gandhi | 15 Apr

A basic digital piano of casio would cost you from 35k and up, learn piano lessons not keyboard, start from piano itself , a nominal fee would be around Rs. 600 per lesson.

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Symphony Music | 03 Apr

Monthly fee is Rs. 3000 and Rs. 1000 is one time registration fee this is valid up to 1 year.

Sridevi Ramesh | 06 Apr

Rs.1000/- including notes for janya ragas.

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Soumitra Baypari | 11 Apr

There is success rate depends in which genre you're writing. Don't make 100% English lyrics for most Indian industries if you're comfortable. Do copyright recording content before approaching big platforms.

Nandita Rao | 4 days ago

Definitely, if the lyrics and music go well with local culture and if the tunes are mixes of Indian and western type.

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Hi, I want to learn bansuri (flute). I am really confused at selecting one and I do not have any knowledge on musical instruments or on flutes. Please help me to select the right flute for beginning and also shed some light on the price.

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Mohan Pardeshi | 24 Mar

Harish, If are going to enrol in a class, your teacher may recommend the scale. If you intend to spend some time on your own, you can try C# (Rs. 350/-) Or G# (Rs.1200/-). The pricing given is for local make. Branded flutes would be 3-4 times costlier. Feel free to contact for any more queries. Note: Extremely large or too small flutes are not recommended for a beginner.

Saibal Sen . Pianist | 25 Mar

Hi ! I would like to let you know that there are Two types of Flutes. 1. Indian Bamboo Flute 2. English Flute. I I do teach the English Flute not the Indian Bamboo flute, so I would love to inform all about English Flute, but please let me know that whether you are interested to learn the English Flute or not. The English Flute's price starts from approximately Rs. 8.5 k onward. Best Wishes.

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Mox Media Academy | 08 Mar

Communication is about expressing your thoughts properly through any language you are comfortable. No just English . To improve you need to find your own methods through which you convey the concepts to others.

Chhatrasal Singh Tanwar | 10 Mar

Problem Solving. Everybody can benefit from having good problem solving skills as we all encounter problems on a daily basis; some of these problems are obviously more severe or complex than others. It would be wonderful to have the ability to solve all problems efficiently and in a timely fashion without difficulty, unfortunately there is no one way in which all problems can be solved. Interpersonal relationships fail and businesses fail because of poor problem solving. This is often due to either problems not being recognized or being recognized but not being dealt with appropriately. Solving a problem involves a certain amount of risk - this risk needs to be weighed up against not solving the problem. The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year. John Foster Dulles, Former US Secretary of State. Our problem solving pages provide a simple and structured approach to problem solving. The approach referred to is generally designed for problem solving in an organisation or group context, but can also be easily adapted to work at an individual level. Trying to solve a complex problem alone however can be a mistake, the old adage: "A problem shared is a problem halved" is sound advice. Talking to others about problems is not only therapeutic but can help you see things from a different point of view, opening up more potential solutions. ________________________________________ What is a Problem? The Concise Oxford Dictionary (1995) defines a problem as: - A doubtful or difficult matter requiring a solutions and - Something hard to understand or accomplish or deal with. ________________________________________ All problems have two features in common: goals and barriers. Goals Problems involve setting out to achieve some objective or desired state of affairs and can include avoiding a situation or event. Goals can be anything that you wish to achieve, where you want to be. If you are hungry then your goal is probably to eat something, if you are a head of an organisation (CEO) then your main goal may be to maximize profits. In the example of the CEO the main goal may need to be split into numerous sub-goals in order to fulfill the ultimate goal of increasing profits. Barriers If there were no barriers in the way of achieving a goal, then there would be no problem. Problem solving involves overcoming the barriers or obstacles that prevent the immediate achievement of goals. Following our examples above, if you feel hungry then your goal is to eat. A barrier to this may be that you have no food available - you take a trip to the supermarket and buy some food, removing the barrier and thus solving the problem. Of course for the CEO wanting to increase profits there may be many more barriers preventing the goal from being reached. The CEO needs to attempt to recognize these barriers and remove them or find other ways to achieve the goals of the organisation. Stages of Problem Solving Effective problem solving usually involves working through a number of steps or stages, such as those outlined below. For more detail continue to Stages of Problem Solving. Problem Identification: This stage involves: detecting and recognizing that there is a problem; identifying the nature of the problem; defining the problem. The first phase of problem solving may sound obvious but often requires more thought and analysis. Identifying a problem can be a difficult task in itself, is there a problem at all? What is the nature of the problem, are there in fact numerous problems? How can the problem be best defined? - by spending some time defining the problem you will not only understand it more clearly yourself but be able to communicate its nature to others, this leads to the second phase. Structuring the Problem: This stage involves: a period of observation, careful inspection, fact-finding and developing a clear picture of the problem. Following on from problem identification, structuring the problem is all about gaining more information about the problem and increasing understanding. This phase is all about fact finding and analysis, building a more comprehensive picture of both the goal(s) and the barrier(s). This stage may not be necessary for very simple problems but is essential for problems of a more complex nature. Looking for Possible Solutions: During this stage you will generate a range of possible courses of action, but with little attempt to evaluate them at this stage. From the information gathered in the first two phases of the problem solving framework it is now time to start thinking about possible solutions to the identified problem. In a group situation this stage is often carried out as a brain-storming session, letting each person in the group express their views on possible solutions (or part solutions). In organisations different people will have different expertise in different areas and it is useful, therefore, to hear the views of each concerned party. Making a Decision: This stage involves careful analysis of the different possible courses of action and then selecting the best solution for implementation. This is perhaps the most complex part of the problem solving process. Following on from the previous step it is now time to look at each potential solution and carefully analyse it. Some solutions may not be possible, due to other problems, like time constraints or budgets. It is important at this stage to also consider what might happen if nothing was done to solve the problem - sometimes trying to solve a problem that leads to many more problems requires some very creative thinking and innovative ideas. Finally, make a decision on which course of action to take - decision making is an important skill in itself and we recommend that you see our pages on decision making. Implementation: This stage involves accepting and carrying out the chosen course of action. Implementation means acting on the chosen solution. During implementation more problems may arise especially if identification or structuring of the original problem was not carried out fully. Monitoring/Seeking Feedback: The last stage is about reviewing the outcomes of problem solving over a period of time, including seeking feedback as to the success of the outcomes of the chosen solution. The final stage of problem solving is concerned with checking that the process was successful. This can be achieved by monitoring and gaining feedback from people affected by any changes that occurred. It is good practice to keep a record of outcomes and any additional problems that occurred.

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