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Music is a substance like nothing else in the world It can touch our deepest emotions with such an intensity or it can be in the background and hardly noticed There isnt anything in the world that is as strong of an expression of who people are what they love and what they represent Music begins in the hearts of people Then it must become substance Just like the painter first there is inspiration and then action One way in which music moves from the heart to the ear is through the efforts of a group known as a band One great thing about a band is that the three major parts of music are covered melody rhythm and harmony Another amazing part of a band is the support and compounded creativity that is shared Forming a band is not a very easy thing to do It takes initiative and patience to bring a group of individuals together to form one unit If you have the patience and time to learn to play an instrument you can also form a band I will show you how to bring individual musicians together to make music worth listening to The first step is to bring together all the parts One of the most essential elements of a band is the rhythm section which is performed by a percussionist You need to find someone who can play a set of drums a set of congas or bongos or another percussion instrument Another important part that you must find is the bassist They will support the rhythm while also playing a harmony or a melody Then you must find the musicians to play the harmony This can be very broad It can be one person or multiple people playing the same or different instruments Some of the most typical instruments used for this part are the guitar or the keyboard Then comes the final touch the vocalist This
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