If you’re a flute player, you should attend the NFA Convention. You don’t have to go every year, but going at least once has a lot of benefits.
But there are also a lot of drawbacks, such as the cost. Consider why you may or may not want to attend a flute convention.
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You may know how to use an iPad for music. But there are tons of ways to use an iPad outside of music as well.
If you want to get the most out of your tablet, you shouldn’t just keep it in your practice room. Consider some ways to use it to get work done or relax.
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Flute maintenance is something every player should learn. Even if you’re a beginner, you need to at least know the basics.
The right care can help make your flute last longer. And you can go longer between trips to your flute technician, so you can save money. But flute and piccolo care can differ.
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Do you want to explore a different part in flute choir or play some lower notes? You might want to buy a Pearl alto flute, like the PFA-201S.
It’s an affordable, durable option that can sound great. However, don’t rush to buy it without determining if it will be a good purchase for you.
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Do you want to find a job you’ll look forward to doing each week? You should consider a few job search tips for musicians.
Finding a job can be difficult, but don’t let that get you down. Instead, go into the process with a plan to help find the right job or gigs for you.
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