Tips for Recording Tambourine [Instruments – Microphones]

Tips for Recording Tambourine [Instruments – Microphones]

The tambourine is a handheld percussion instrument that goes back many years, all the way back to ancient history. You will find this type of musical instrument in most forms of music from all around the world. It is used in rock music, pop music, classical music, and jazz, to name a few, but the…

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Best Percussion Instruments For Kids [That you can play too]
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Best Percussion Instruments For Kids [That you can play too]

The percussion family is the traditional musical destination when selecting the first instrument for a child. Ease of play and usually sturdy build is important, especially for pre-school-age children. But what are the best percussion instrument for kids Tambourines Shakers Xylophone Tongue Drums Bongos Throughout this guide, I will explore the different scenarios and considerations…

Tambourine Care Guide | Tips and Ideas

Tambourine Care Guide | Tips and Ideas

Tambourines have a reputation of being simple instruments that have a high degree of popularity with elementary school music classes, however, a high-quality concert tambourine can be an incredibly effective addition to a wide variety of pieces. To ensure that your tambourine is ready for any situation, it is important to know basic tambourine care…

Best Tambourine For Concert (Checklist and Considerations)

Best Tambourine For Concert (Checklist and Considerations)

If you are looking to buy a high-quality symphonic tambourine for performance, you know you are going to pay. With that comes the concern of what you might get for your money and if you are getting value. Which is the best tambourine for concert? – The Grover Pro Projection Plus with Silver/Bronze is recommended….

Tambourine vs. Pandeiro (Comparison) A Pandeiro is NOT a Tambourine!
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Tambourine vs. Pandeiro (Comparison) A Pandeiro is NOT a Tambourine!

For someone just discovering Tambourine, it may be that you are doing so after seeing someone playing a Pandeiro. If you are just discovering Pandeiro than almost certainly the latter is true. They are very similar in look and for the uninitiated, it’s a very easy and forgivable mistake, but the two are very different….