Building Your Practice Routine

Posted by Darrell's Music Hall on June 14, 2018

piano in MAWhen you purchase a piano in MA, it’s an exciting time. You’re bound to think of all the opportunities you can have with your new instrument and the music you’ll create. We’re always thrilled when we send a musician on their journey. Still, there’s a more technical side to becoming a musician. It requires you to practice and perfect your craft. Some people don’t know where to begin and don’t understand what practice should entail. That’s where we come in, so read on for practice tips!




  • Set goals

What do you hope to improve or gain from your lessons and practice regimen? It’s important to have some set goals when you purchase an instrument, so you make taught lessons and any practicing meaningful for you. Whether you want to learn full orchestra pieces or learn toward the singer-songwriter route, finding your goals to get there will only help make the process better.



  • Cater to your personality

A big part of ensuring your practice regimen is right for you is finding something that works for your character. That way, you know it will work and that it’s something you enjoy doing. Say, for example, you’re someone who thrives on repetition, and you absorb something through consistency: scales are an ideal addition to your time. If you’re very creative, it may be better to try scales or songs that feature exciting patterns and allow you to get creative.



  • Make it manageable

If you can only devote a few minutes a day to practicing, that’s still better than not practicing at all. Think about your schedule and how much time you can devote to playing your piano in MA. Then, incorporate exercises that fit that time frame. Quick warmups are good for short practice bursts, while full songs or multiple activities may be better suited for those who have a looser schedule.



  • Follow instruction

Taking lessons helps you become better at your instrument, but it does require following guidelines. Using the suggestions from your instructor will ensure that your practice time gets spent wisely and that your skill set grows, so take their ideas to heart.




These tips are just scratching the surface. To become a master at your instrument through professional lessons or purchase a piano in MA, look no further than Darrell’s Music Hall. Give us a call at (603)-886-1748 and see what we can do for you today!