What do /a/ musicians have to say about Hibike?
I have played Tuba, I can say that if they don't practice on their own, then the conductor should tell them to fuck off. Seriously, not practicing shows with brass even more painfully than with woodwind.
What kind of band were you in? School, or something more legitimate?
I've played in a school orchestra for 8 years and rarely does someone practice outside of school.
At least I never did and fit in with everyone else.
not related to any of this at all.
i just find the odd soundbite every now and then to be hilarious.
i can't even really tell how bad they are except for the feeling that it doesn't sound very clean.
Worth it, although your own sense of inferiority will eat at you, and you would end up playing on your own really. You need to just go "fuck all" and not give a rat's ass if you want to play it, play it some more and git gud that way.
And obviously, you'll never git gud nuff to match the likes of Wynton Marsalis or Horowitz.
It depends on the instrument but yeah, you can pick up whatever whenever. The reason why it is so much harder when you are an adult is finding the time to practice enough to really get good. People with families and work dominating just about all of their lives just do not have the available hours to learn and focus that they did as kids. Not to mention it is costly to own and maintain a nice instrument, lessons etc and as kids that was usually mostly covered by your parents or school or whatever.
I play in a band, and it's so accurate it hurts.
While you may fit with everyone, in a band where some people may have some expectations, the fact that you don't give it as much time as they do can be really frustrating for them, to the point that they'd feel betrayed by the band, specially when no one seems to care about how things are not working as they should.
Of course, it all depends on what kind of band you're in.
How come? If anything this is the less "forced"/derogatory variation KyoAni show in a while, just cute girls doing cute things and unless you're an educated musicfag, which let's accept it shitposter-kun you aren't, it delivers what it's promising.
Don't go cheap if you want to learn an instrument. You don't need the professional grade such as a grand Steinway, but don't buy the Chinese el cheapo crap.
The other thing is a need to listen to how other people go at it. You don't have the benefit of that immediate feedback when you are doing it alone, so you need to use your ears even more.
This is the reason why more complete band programs divide students by tiers. Those that have private tutoring and are ambitious would go to the senior band and so forth, while those who would aspire to be concert masters would take additional composition classes outside and get credit for their school participation at the same time.
>be a nonmusicfag
>can't spot what's wrong
>everything is just a lot of shit playing loudly
>zero fucks given, girls are cute
joke's on you, I got a horrible $100 chinese digital keyboard for practice.
I was looking to buy an Oxygen 88 keyboard but it isn't available locally. I may have to settle with the 61 keys version but for now I can manage with my chinese piano
I played bassoon in high school and I love this anime. So cute I made some embroidery of her!
They have to be more arrogant and shitty in their personalities to be closer to reality.
I was playing music (violin) for almost 17 years since I was small and the reason why I stopped playing was because I fucking grew to hate all musicians and those people who expect to make a job out of this.
Fucking hell, take a fucking chill-pill, you fucking faggots.
My hs music teacher was exactly the same except he had a short temper on top of being a passive aggressive asshole that would walk out during a practice. There is not a big enough divide in students that give a shit and students that don't.
I don't normally get nostalgic over chinese cartoons but UFOnium does it for me.