Finding practice time

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Father time where do you go? Why does the passing of the time seem to go quicker the busier we get? For Melbourne Trumpet players finding extra time in your daily routine to get practice in becomes a practice in time management. For our Melbourne trumpet students we often go through your practice diary and recommend amendments to make sure your progress is significant. One easy solution to finding extra practice time is simply to put down the TV remote and pick up your instrument. I do know the draw the television has and how relaxing it can be however the feeling of getting in some constructive practice is rewarding and relaxing. If you are lucky enough to have your meals prepared for you by a partner or parent rather than hovering around the kitchen like a nuisance I recommend taking those precious minutes and getting into your instrument practice. The key thing to take away here is that even a short 10min practice session can greatly improve your playing especially if it is focused practice. Remember practice doesn’t make perfect, Perfect practice makes perfect! Get in touch with us now at Music in mind to start your Melbourne in home Trumpet lessons.

Trumpet case

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Damaging your trumpet in transit is a common heartache. Fortunately purchasing a suitable case can prevent this. You have spent good money on your trumpet so why skimp on the case that protects it from scratches, dents and breakage. To do reviews on all trumpet cases on the market will be next to impossible in this blog so I will simply outline some key features to tick off when purchasing your case. Many trumpet sellers will have a case for your trumpet when you purchase it but these can be cheap ones so they can move stock. Most stock cases have wood paneling covered by leather and other waterproof materials. These hard cases are superior so soft ones as they can take a spill without damaging your trumpet and can usually have something stacked on it which is very common when travelling. The hard cases will usually have stiff dividers that add extra support from the case being crushed. Lastly, the weight of the case is something we try to keep low for ease of lifting however this usually translate to cheap plastic materials so please Melbourne trumpet students spend the extra money on your case to save money on repairs down the road.