Pankaj Saharia is a civil engineer working in the Boston area. In addition to using his competencies in construction site inspection, architecture, and building design, Pankaj Saharia tries to broaden his horizons by dabbling in artistic work like music. He has a penchant for playing the electric guitar especially. Pankaj Saharia doesn’t play for audiences often, but when he does, he prepares as well as many professional musicians. Practice and dedication is the key to creating music people want to listen to. He follows these basic tenets of good music:
• Practice makes perfect Getting the notes and especially the fingerings down for guitar is the first key to playing the electric guitar. Perhaps more difficult than learning the fingerings for each note and chord is learning how each note and chord is supposed to sound. Developing an ear for in-tune music is a huge step in learning how to make music.
• Sight reading Sight reading is a skill that professional musicians better than Pankaj Saharia develop over time. It’s the skill of playing a piece of music from the notes on a music sheet without practicing it or learning the tune. Picking out the melody and harmony from a set of notes is a difficult but useful skill for musicians.
• Listening to music Musicians develop an ear for the right notes and chords by listening to other artists constantly. This involves not only listening to guitar players or guitar parts for Saharia. All music has something to offer a discerning or developing ear.
Pankaj Saharia loves to build on his many competencies as a civil engineer by playing guitar and going golfing. He loves “playing the electric guitar whenever [he has] some free time. For More Information Visit On behance profile : https://www.behance.net/pankajsaharia