Make sure that the site you download music from allows you to re-download your previous purchase later on. This can be handy if something happens to your hard drive and you lose every song. If the site does not enable you to re-download previous purchases, then you will need to buy all your music again.When downloading music online, ensure that you… Read More


Make sure to backup your downloads. It takes a lot of money and time to build up a decent song library. Losing it all after putting in all that work can be devastating. Do not expect a download client to give you access to a second download at no cost to you. Use online storage or an external storage device to backup your music.Rather than trying t… Read More


Be sure to have a backup plan for your music downloads. If you're buying through a major provider, you're likely covered as you can simply re-download your purchase at any time. But if you are downloading via other means, you'll want to make a backup copy of your music files. A simple hard drive failure can destroy thousands of digital music tracks… Read More


If a piece of material is proving especially difficult, slow everything down. You may naturally feel inclined to play it fast, but that is only going to make things more difficult for you in the end. Get the hang of the passage at a slow speed, and then gradually up your pace. You will be surprised at how much easier the learning process becomes fo… Read More