I started with the guitar around 1 (in about 1 month). I really feel bad that I can play without any technical knowledge of the instrument but with years of practice. I can now do well for the most part if I have only listened to guitar for a few weeks. (I am in the process of learning the piano too), and if I have to go to school for some of the technical stuff too I can do that too. There are other players who have also played guitar in a few months. The reason why I don’t like that idea is because it is not good for me to be learning all the time.
So the question I am asking you is how long does it take to learn a musical instrument?
I believe it takes about 2-3 years to learn something well if you follow the same procedure. To learn a musical instrument, you need to learn to sing, play a musical instrument, make the instrument into a singing instrument, play a different instrument, learn the piano, etc. I believe that once you learn that it is hard to go on without learning the following.
How to find a suitable band to sing in?
You need to ask yourself which band or artists you wish to sing in. I am lucky enough to have many different bands that I work with and when it comes to a band I just make their songs and record them.
Do you know anyone that is able to play in a band?
Yes, I know many musicians and I am always glad to have another way for us musicians to develop our abilities.
What do you play?
A new study by researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the University of Washington in Seattle finds a possible connection between autism and the gut bacteria of early-life mothers.
This research builds on the work of other researchers, who have discovered that infants born prematurely have significantly higher levels of gut bacteria than their later-born counterparts. But when the researchers analyzed data from the Nurses’ Health Study, they found a relationship between autism and certain bacterial populations in the gut, in association with the premature birth.
The new study is published in the July 26 issue of the journal Clinical Microbiology.
Previous studies have found connections between autism and a wide array of conditions, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, asthma and autoimmune diseases. However, to determine how these connections might work, some researchers have examined the effect of maternal factors such as diet or antibiotic drug use.