Keep a practice diary
Many musicians can look at a musical score and hear the music in their head without having to play it. This is a very useful skill and it's well worth incorporating into your live coding practice sessions. The imporant point is to be able to have some understanding of what the code is going to sound like. You don't need to be able to hear it exactly in your head, but instead it's useful to know if the code is going to be fast, slow, loud, rhythmic, melodic, random, etc. The final goal is then to be able to reverse this process - to be able to hear music in your head and know what code to write to make it. It may take you a long time to master this, but once you do, you'll be able to improvise on stage and express your ideas fluently.
Practice tip #6 - write some code into Sonic Pi but don't hit the Run button. Instead, try to imagine what sound it is going to produce. Then, hit Run, listen, and think about what you got right and what you didn't. Keep repeating this until it become a natural part of your coding process. When I practice I normally have a good idea of what the code will sound like. However, I still am occasionally surprised, and then I'll stop and spend some time thinking about why I was wrong. Each time this happens, I learn new tricks which allow me to express myself in new ways.
練習のヒント #6 - Sonic Piにコードを書いても`Run`を押さない。その代わり、それがどのような音を作り出すか想像してみてください。次に、`Run`を叩いて聞いてみましょう。何が想像した音と合っていて何が合っていなかったか考えましょう。これを、あなたのコーディングのプロセスの一部になるまで繰り返してください。私が練習するとき、普通はコードがどのような音がするか想像できています。しかし、想像していなかった音が未だに出ることがあって驚くことがあります。そのときは、そこで止まって、時間を取ってなぜ私が間違っていたか考えるようにしています。このようなことが起こる度に、私は新しい方法で自分を表現できる新しい技を学んでいます。
Remove all distractions
A common problem when practicing is to become distracted with other things. Practicing is hard and requires real discipline regardless of the kind of music you're making - from jazz to classical to EDM. If you're struggling to get started or make progress, it's often too easy to hop on social media, or look something up on the internet etc. If you've set yourself a target of 20 minutes of practice, it's important to try and spend all that time being as productive as possible.
Practice tip #7 - before you start practicing remove as many distractions as possible. For example, disconnect from the internet, put your phone in another room and try to practice in a quiet place where you're unlikely to be disturbed. Try to focus on coding music and you can return to your distractions when you've finished.
練習のヒント #7 - 練習を始める前に可能な限り気が散るものを取り除く。例えば、インターネットを切断したり、電話を他の部屋に置いたりして、不意に気をそらされない静かな場所で練習するようにしましょう。練習が終われば、またそれらの気をそらすものに戻れるので、それまでは音楽のコーディングに集中するようにしましょう。
Keep a practice diary
When you are practicing, you'll often find your mind is full of new exciting ideas - new musical directions, new sounds to try out, new functions to write, etc. These ideas are often so interesting that you might stop what you're doing and start working on the idea. This is another form of distraction!
Practice tip #8 - keep a practice diary by your keyboard. When you get an exciting new idea, temporarily pause your practice session, quickly jot the idea down, then forget about it and carry on practicing. You can then spend some quality time thinking about and working on your ideas after you've finished practicing.
練習のヒント #8 - 練習日記をつける。刺激的な新しいアイデアが浮かんだら、一時的に練習セッションを停止し、素早くアイデアを書き留めてください。そして、そのアイデアのことは忘れて、練習を続けてください。そうすれば、練習が終わった後、そのアイデアを集中して検討したり作業できるのです。
Try to establish a practice routine which incorporates as many of these ideas as possible. Try to keep the sessions as fun as possible but be aware that some practice sessions will be hard and feel a little like work. However, it will all be worth it once you've created your first piece or given your first performance. Remember, practice is the key to success!
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