Proper music storage will help students quickly find what they need so lessons can get going. With everything stored and organized in an appropriate place, musicians can focus on the chords and scales, developing their talents. Store your musical instruments in harmony with this wonderful collection from Randal Instrument Storage!
When you have a large band, orchestra or choir, it is easy for everybody's sheet music to get mixed up. This can lead to confusion and frustration, and easily eat away at the limited practice or lesson time you have. A sheet music cabinet keeps all pieces arranged properly so students and instructors can find their parts easily and avoid mix ups.
Music cabinets have many compartments where scores and symphonies can be organized. There are a number of arrangement options, and the ideal will ultimately depend on personal preference. One compartment can be designated for each instrument or performance piece. Alternatively, each band member can have a personal space for their music. With appropriate sheet music storage, there is no need to worry about music getting lost in backpacks or left at home. This setup will also keep the practice space neat because, rather than leaving their papers scattered around the room, students can easily put them away in the proper place.
In the process of music room design, once arrangements have been made for the sheet music, instrument storage can be considered as well. Randal storage cabinets come in many different arrangements so any school can find the right combination of compartments. Solid and grille doors are available, as well as open models with no doors at all. Each of these options has its own advantages.
When students come to school, they have lots of things to worry about. Carrying around a backpack full of books, a lunchbox, coat and other things that are needed can strain students' backs and make hallways quite crowded. If band members have the added inconvenience of carrying instruments around all day, it can become quite cumbersome.
Many instruments are too large or unwieldy to fit inside lockers which leaves musicians no choice but to carry them around all day. This will create clutter in classrooms and hazards in hallways. Avoiding this unnecessary inconvenience is as easy as creating an instrument storage area in the music room. If you are worried about theft or mixups, many models feature individually locking doors on each compartment. Grill doors provide ventilation and make it easier for musicians to identify their instruments. Solid doors offer the ultimate protection because they keep contents hidden from prying eyes.
Choosing the proper instrument storage is all about knowing your musicians. There are many ways to bring music into the educational environment, and not every school will have the same needs. Before anything is ordered, a school should verify which instruments their students are playing. If most students are using small wind instruments that are stored in similar cases, a number of equal compartments might be helpful. However, if your orchestra includes a combination of violins, drums, cellos, oboes and more, you will require a variety of sizes and arrangements.
String instruments must be taken into special consideration because many of them have unique shapes that will only fit in special compartments. For acoustic guitar storage, there are special instrument storage units. For other string instruments such as cellos, violins, violas and basses, there are special racks as well. Some even have casters so they can be used to transport a number of instruments at once, which saves the time and strain of carrying them individually.
Keep your band room looking great and your students playing well with instrument storage and music cabinets from Randal. Musicians work hard to develop their skills and play their best, and having an organized space will save time and frustration so they can focus on playing in harmony. If you need help determining which guitar storage is ideal or whether you prefer solid or grill doors, contact the experts at the Hertz Design Center for free project-planning advice.