We are a family of music lovers. I do a little singing while hubby plays the guitar. As a result, all of our kids are into music. In fact they already showed interest in playing the guitar. They ask their dad to teach them how to play the guitar but their time conflicts. Hubby bought them a keyboard already and they are using it while watching tutorials online. Other than keyboards and guitars we also want them to play other instruments not only the string instruments but the wind instruments too. Flute or a trumpet maybe is a good start.
So then I started to look for trumpets and found out the bach stradivarius is a good kind. It has a mouthpiece and bells that has fast tapers making it able to produce warm tones. Other than fast tapers, it also has slow tapers that helps produce bright sound.
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With today’s wide availability of modern technology, almost everything went electronic including musical instruments like drums. Pearl electronic drums is just a few of the many known electronic drums today.
Compare to the classic drum set, electronic drums offer various benefits, which include below:
- Sound Versatility –with just a dial, you can choose the right drum kit that you need in an instant.
- Live performance convenience – forget those feedbacks you hear when playing with traditional drum sets because electronic drums requires nomicrophones just to be heard.
- Flexible recording ability–just like those keyboard players did for decades now, you too can record and play your track and edit notes or instruments you like.
- Practice Without Noise– unlike traditional drum sets you can practice without noise by putting on your headsets.
- Portable – it is easy to carry anywhere your gig will be.
I just can’t exactly imagine how time flies not until I’ve seen this image below which was taken on January 01, 2014.
Aren’t we are grown ups already? Yes, we are! And we grew gracefully, I should say.
But I guess, by just simply staring on the image, one can depict what I wanted to say. I can’t say a word to explain the image above. But all I can say is that we all are happy, my family are all happy. Aren’t we?
After a GREEN Christmas 2013 celebration of the family, we decided to welcome the year 2014 with a YELLOW-themed party at home.
As shown from the image above, almost everything at home were with YELLOW thingy. Not actually just our outfits, but also some of our foods being prepared. And all of these were totally well planned.
Opps! You might be wondering why my brother’s family wasn’t in the images above. This is because they spent the new year at my sister-in-law’s family. Though we missed having them on the new year’s eve, we still had celebrated the new year great as well as them.
I might be just too early to plan to what would be the next cool theme for the family on new year 2015, but I am just so excited to see how everyone of us showed cooperation and excitement during the said celebration.
If you happen to read or even just had a glimpse of my previous post, you surely would see that the family celebrated Christmas 2013 so greeny. What I mean is that we had a green-themed Christmas 2013. But if you haven’t seen that post, I will just share here one of the images of the family last Christmas 2013 at home.
Isn’t it obvious from the image above that green seemed to be the color of the Christmas eve 2013 for the family? Well, it really is!
You surely might be wondering why we chose green, right? It is because that was the only color I first thought during the chat I had with my sisters. And since they didn’t argue with me more nor disagreed with my idea, the color green for Christmas 2013 was then finally set. So each family member was then preparing not just for the Christmas eve program we had but also for their green-colored outfits as well.