Conducting help

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Post by TMRsaxyDM » Fri Apr 09, 2004 4:14 pm

well no one can conduct "perfect".. i really dont think there is any set way that you HAVE to look like.. there are always varied ways too conduct.. and none of them are wrong.. at least in my eyes
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Re: Conducting help

Post by Spin Doctor » Fri Apr 09, 2004 5:09 pm

jordanfrausto wrote:yeah guys I need some more help with conducting so far I have tried many things I have gone to tom peacock's comps and watched the field conducting portions I have tried the balencing the quarter technique but I still cant seem to perfect it any suggestions
yeah...instead of just watching, try competing. There is no magic spell that will just make you good which seems to be what you are looking for. It takes lots and lots of practice. Plus if you compete you will have a professional judge giving you advice on everything you are doing.
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Post by Vc128 » Sat Apr 10, 2004 5:52 pm

i agree w/ wut everyone sed...how there is no certain way to do it..everyone has their own style and by competing, u'll know what the judges are looking for so you could kinda of merge what you like and what the judges like together which makes everyone happy! :D

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