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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.
Drums Tip #1
Using Practice Pads Set up your practice pad Adjust the distance Have your music stand, metronome and notes ready Warm up your hands and feet Have a set of standard warm up exercises Practice....

Bluetimbre | 09/10/2016

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How to solve our communication skill problem?

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Sachin Shah | 15 Feb

Communication can be made different alternative ways like online telephonic, etc.

Sourav Ganguly | 4 days ago

By trying to speak properly be it in any language with the right use of words and also keeping in mind the tone of vocal.

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Do we have to learn tabla before learning dholak? Is it compulsory?

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Sachin Shah | 15 Feb

You can learn tabla without dholak class. Technique of playing both is different.

Sourav Ganguly | 4 days ago

Tabla is more difficult than dholak , its not compulsory to learn tabla before dholak but if you want to be a pro in playing leather instruments of rhythm learning tabla will be of great help and you will have lot more hold and control on overall rhythm or beat sense.

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Yuvaraj Sivasamy | 18/12/2016

Casio CTK-6200 61 Note Keyboard features piano style, touch sensitive keys, and a natural piano sound.

Naadhabramha | 21/12/2016

Hello, For Beginners better to go for Casio CTK 2400 its good features keyboard. It cost around Rs. 6500 with bag and adopter.

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Mox Media Academy | 21/10/2016

2 yrs atleast

Keviletuo Kuotsu | 22/10/2016

Different Musician's got different perspective according to their own experiences,but according to my view for your question mentioned above,i should say that the more passion and dedication you have for Music( includes any instrument) is what gonna lead you further in playing your particular instrument, so focus more on practice as we know "Practice makes a man perfect",look for the best Mentor to mould you ....and yea not forgetting about the phenomenal word called "PATIENCE" just embrace this!!!...Good luck

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Craftsman India | 17/12/2016

You can find courses of one month duration where you can get a certificate but according to my opinion you cannot master in any art in one month. But you can learn the process that how it can be done. After that you have to go through constant practice and learning. Keep on practicing and find out your distinct style.

Ashish Sood | 22/12/2016

It depends what you want to learn and how interested you are to learn that particular art. First step is to figure out what you want to learn. I teach calligraphy and you can get basic lessons of Calligraphy in one month but it takes more than that to become pro in it.

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