5 Ways to Set Better Bagpiping Goals

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The beginning of the new year is always the perfect time to assess where you are in your bagpiping. Goal setting is a ubiquitous start-of-year activity that benefits…

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Pipehacker Tip: Create Your Bagpipe Practice Infographic

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Do you know what it is you spend your time on? Previously, I’ve talked about treating your bagpiping like finance and money and taking stock of your intangible…

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Pipehacker Tip: Tracking Your Practice

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Time is a valuable thing. Given the demands of everyday living, it is often hard to fit in the full amount of time one needs for good practice….

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5 Steps to Building Your Bagpipe Music Repertoire

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Developing one’s musicianship as a solo bagpiper or pipe bandsman can be hard work, and it’s easy to fall back on the competitive music that demands so much of our time to polish. But, as musicians, we owe it to ourselves to develop a broader view.

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4 Steps for Getting Your Drone Reeds to “Point Zero”

Friday, November 2, 2012

“Point zero” is exactly what it implies. It is setting the strength of your drone reeds at the starting point before you begin adjusting for pitch and chanter reed strength.

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