SavageTofu wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 15, 2019 8:36 pm
Thank you. Is there a decent method or model I can follow if I decide to use pen and paper? Like, a skeleton practice list? I may just have to keep track with notepad... notepad allows to add video ect... anyways. I’m not sure I trust the cloud. Or Apple....
Sure. The Music Journal app mentioned above has a pretty customizable way of tracking time in different categories. I just created folders for
Exeecise (slurs, scales, raps, et.)
New Pieces I’m working on,
pieces almost learnt or memorized,
Pieces I’ve recorded,
Long term projects
My Gold Set List repertoire pieces, and
a short list I call Evergreens- pieces I can play at the drop of a hat.
I try (but fail) to spend time each month/week/day touching on each of these priorities and keep track of the time on each. The nice thing about the app is the metrics it provides, the auto timer, and metronome feature (tracks metronome readings over time)
I wish I could find the developer and get an updated version so it will sync all devices like it used to.
All this time I thought I was making music; it was making me.
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