How to Master Piano Songs with the Divide-and-Conquer Method

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Divide-and-Conquer Method

An active member of his community, Benjamin Perlin volunteers with the Tennessee State Veterans Home and works at his local Habitat for Humanity Re-Store. For recreation, Benjamin Perlin enjoys music, especially classic rock. A musician himself, Ben Perlin is a pianist.

If you’re trying to learn a new song on the piano, the best way is to divide the song into manageable pieces. Studies have shown that a human brain can focus effectively on only about four to 10 seconds of music. Therefore, you should divide practice in the same way, and focus on only a handful of measures at a time.

On the following day, focus on a second small part, and add it to the first. Eventually, you’ll be playing the entire song.

You can further break down a song by dividing the work of each hand. First, focus on the right hand, which is typically the melody.

Once that feels comfortable, focus on the left hand. Then, use both hands together. This systematic approach may seem to take more time, but ultimately it saves time by eliminating unfocused practice time.

The Impact of Mobile Photography

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Mobile Photography

Benjamin (Ben) Perlin is a successful photographer in Tennessee. Involved in photography since high school, Benjamin Perlin maintains a strong interest in darkroom development and different types of cameras.

Mobile photography has been a growing trend for a number of years. With the advent of mobile photography, more people are taking pictures and sharing them with others. In fact, more photographs have been taken in the past few years than in the entire history of photography.

While this does not necessarily mean that mobile photography is good photography, many photographers feel that the technology should not be ignored since it will not be disappearing. As with the invention of the digital camera, the mobile camera phone is a technological advance that has continued the evolution of photography.

Consumers also can easily alter their photos with a multitude of apps available on their phones. However, many people choose to pass on apps and improve their photography skills by focusing on composition and other fundamentals.