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Tuesday Tips is part of our Smule Inspire program. Through shared performances, tips, guest blog posts by veteran users, we hope that Smule Inspire will do just as its name implies: inspire all users in the community – to connect, collaborate, and create music together … ultimately to have the best experience possible on Smule.
Q: How to start a group!

“It usually starts with finding a couple people that share the same passion and vision as you. When Chris, Mike, and I started TV we had a clear vision of what we wanted to do and what we wanted TV to be. We then began searching for the type of voices, and beyond that PEOPLE that we wanted to share music with. Smule is an amazing place to share your love of singing with others, and I’m so glad that it has also given me a platform to meet and conversate with the people in my group on a daily basis. I HIGHLY suggest being involved with a group.

Now that the long winded part is over, having a vision and passion is important, also having an app for communication is important too, even if it’s the smule messenger group chat.” – Shane Flauding

“What Shane said is spot on! Whether it’s by yourself or with other people, find others that share a common core interest in music, cosplay , funny vids, whatever your smule outlet is, and then work on building that group into a “Smule family”

When Sean and I started Sing Republic we wanted not only a place to share common musical interest and talent, but to also find people that would give back to the group, and vibe well with others. It’s def worth it!” – Drea Frederick

Shane and Drea nailed it. Common interest is what got my group, HImeni, started. Pu’ukani and I started singing together and found out we were both from Hawaii. From there, we decided to find more Smulers with Hawaii roots in order to share our musical heritage and culture with each other and the Smule community.” – Aileen Adamos
To sum it up (1) common interests, (2) locations and (3) culture are good starts in starting a group! Might be a good to get people in a chat room to start the conversation and see what goes from there! :)

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