There are a few questions to answer on your own, before deciding on a music course to take up. We're here to help!
1. What are your goals?
Understanding your goals may mean picking up a piece of paper and pen, and doing an honest assessment of your music needs and wants. Some valid questions could be: Are you doing it for ego? Are you pursuing a childhood dream? Do you want to become a performer, or just a hobbyist? Do you want to write music, and become a composer or producer? Contact us
to help you with these burning questions!
2. Is there any particular instrument or sound you prefer?
Do you identify yourself better with certain music instruments, styles or genres? This is crucial because while music instruments can be played widely across different genres, some instruments can kickstart your journey faster due to it being much more suitable for a particular style, or having a slightly easier learning curve. Now, there is no easy instrument, but due to time constraints and aptitude, some people pick up certain instruments better over others.
3. Where do you foresee yourself in music in 5 years?
Do you see yourself performing in pubs as a sideline? Or would you be behind a mixer, doing music production? Knowing what you see yourself as in the near future can assist in the decision-making process on what course to take up!