FAQ

1. How to conduct online music classes?

Ans: Online music tutorials are offered mainly through private individual or company websites. Students can learn how to play an instrument and read music. Both free and fee-based music lessons are available on the Internet. Though not common, some colleges and private music schools do provide online certificate programs like WeGotGuru Media and Education does.

 

2. How to learn hindustani classical music online?

Ans: If you want to learn any type of Indian Music either Classical or light, it is important to learn basics of Indian Hindustani Classical Music in a methodical way through Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Da Ni.. We at WeGotGuru is a one stop solution to your musical needs.

 

3. How to learn indian classical singing online?

Ans: Hindustani Vocal and carnatic music is the classical music of Northern & Southern India respectively. WeGotGuru Media & Education provides the excellent opportunity for students to learn Hindustani or Carnatic Vocal music from their convenience through renowned experts, a clear path of learning and certifications on grades.

 

4. How to learn music at home?

Ans: The web has been an amazing source of information especially when it comes to music education.Somehow if you're not able to attend music classes, you can always look up to WeGotGuru for help. WeGotGuru's plaform is the simplest way to learn music from experts being at home.

 

5. What is a music composition class?

Ans: Music Composition class is the first course in a series of two courses that teaches how music is put together and how to write your own music so WeGotGuru teaches these all through online platform.

 

6. How many ragas are there in carnatic music?

Ans: There are two types of Ragas in Carnatic music. There are 72 melakartha ragas or parent ragas and Janya ragas are the Ragas which are derived from them.

 

7. How to know your child is ready for music lessons?

Ans: Understand keenly how your kid is reacting to the music, their interest to find things related to music, and their engagement in musical activities. Generally not before six years, we at wegotguru also have classes for below six year kids to create an interest in music.

 

8. How early can a child start piano lessons?

Ans: At the age of 5, The reason being the fingers are too small and the kid has to sit and concentrate while practising it.Piano and violin are the two most common instruments played at this age. Wegotguru provides piano music lessons for children aging from 5 years.

 

9. What is raga music?

Ans: A raga(in sankskrit - mood or color) is a melodic mode in Indian classical music. Wegotguru teaches all the notations based on particular ragas with experienced tutors and they are also taught on which Raga a particular song is made. We provide regular practice sessions on Ragas so that children does not forget the notations.

 

10. How many ragas in music?

Ans: In the Indian music system, there are about 300 different rhythms and 500 modes, which are used in day-to-day music.

 

11. How many types of ragas are there?

Ans: There are two types of Ragas in Carnatic music. There are 72 melakartha ragas or parent ragas and Janya ragas are the Ragas which are derived from them.

 

12. How many ragas are there in hindustani classical music?

Ans: There are approximately about 4 lakh ragas in hindustani classical music. Many of them are repetitious but have different names. But there are some 30 ragas which are very famous and performed regularly. There are about 90 ragas which are not very famous and are performed rarely.

 

13. Do online voice lessons work?

Ans: While online vocal lessons are a creative way to learn to sing, but we have to be honest, they are not for everyone. The following are five things to consider before deciding whether vocal lessons online will work for you. First and most importantly, you must have a fast internet connection,Microphone and a headphone.

 

14. How much are private guitar lessons?

Ans: While the average price for guitar lessons falls somewhere between $15 and $40, a few important factors can determine whether you're at the low or the upper end of the spectrum. If you are learning from highly experienced then they charge per hour basis which may range from $15 to $40 but if you are hiring a less experienced teacher then he/she might charge weekly or hourly which ever suits them.

 

15. What are music intervals?

Ans: Intervals are the distances between any two notes. Each interval will have a number - 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. These numbers are the distance between two notes, based upon counting the lines and spaces on the staff. For example, if we count lines and spaces, starting from C and ending on G, we count: C,D,E,F,G = 1,2,3,4,5, Therefore, the interval from C to G is a fifth (5th).

 

16. What is chord progression in music?

Ans: The term chord progression simply refers to the order in which chords are played in a song/piece of music. Play a few different songs/pieces and you will see that there are various different ways in which composers order chords.

 

17. Can you learn how to sing or is it natural?

Ans: Everyone who can speak can learn to use a singing voice, but not everyone will have a fabulous-sounding voice. Once the vocal instrument is working, the ability to sing with good intonation is dependent on musical aptitude and musical achievement. At WeGotGuru we prepare you for singing in such a way that no one can differentiate whether its natual voice or you learnt. WeGotGuru teaches you vocal with suitable structure so that your voice becomes natural.

 

18. What is notation music?

Ans: Musical notation is a way of writing down music so that anyone can play it. Many systems have been used in the past to write music. Today most musicians in the Western world write musical notes on a stave: five parallel lines with four spaces in between them. WeGotGuru teches you all in one whether writing down your own musical notations or writing down notations of any song which is played anywhere.

 

19. What is sound theory?

Ans: The shorter the wavelength, the higher the frequency, and the higher the pitch, of the sound. In other words, short waves sound high; long waves sound low. Instead of measuring frequencies, musicians name the pitches that they use most often.

 

20. What is rudiments of music?

Ans: Rudiments of Music are simply the fundamental music elements such as notes or musical notation, the use of these notes as pitch as used in a master staff, application of rhythm or time, note intervals, key signatures, music scales and music chords.

 

21. What is learning music by ear called?

Ans: Playing by ear is the ability of an instrumental musician to reproduce a piece of music they have heard, without having observed another musician play it or having seen the sheet music notation.

 

22. Does music improve learning skills?

Ans: Musical Training Helps You Learn and get a Better Memory. Musical training is in no way directly related to developing skills required for specific careers (unless your dream is to become a classical violinist), but scientists do think that learning an instrument teaches students how to learn more effectively.

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