soundskool opened its doors to the general public in Siem Reap with a big grand opening event. The grand opening was on Sunday 24th March and families, musicians, teachers or anyone interested in starting to learn music came. The day was jam packed with wonderful activities including Q and A’s on why music education is important in Cambodia, music performances from teachers, competition giveaways, instrument demos and many more.

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soundskool is an amazing all-in-one music school & store company offering international music standards and international RSL (RockSchool) Certification. The soundskool music shop sells global top brands such as Fender and Roland.

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Mey Mey is the store supervisor for soundskool in Siem Reap. Mey Mey joined soundskool back in 2017 as part of the sales team. Her hardworking and adaptable attitude resulted in her quickly moving up in the company where she managed soundskool’s second store in Phnom Penh before moving to Siem Reap. She is a friendly and motivated soundskool employee and is excited to be running soundskool’s first store in Siem Reap.



She was quoted in saying

“soundskool is my family,  soundskool is my life, all for one and one for all. I am excited to be the manager of the new store in Siem Reap I can’t wait to see the progression of all the new students that will be joining our wonderful school and the incredible musicians that will benefit from our new store”.

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For more information please visit: or Soundskool music Cambodia Facebook

1. It reduces stress and anxiety:

Singing releases hormones called Endorphins. It is a kind of hormones that increase feelings of joy and pleasure. As a result, this will decrease stress and anxiety. Both of these hormones can make you feel better in general and lessen any pain you might be feeling.


2. It helps your facial muscles, your diaphragm, and your intercostal muscles:

The actual technique of singing from the diaphragm can boost your abdomen and back muscles. The movement of your facial muscles is also unique when you sing, which can make your face look more active and lively. Plus, the groups of muscles running between the ribs that help shape and move the chest wall–will receive quite the workout as well as you sing.

3. It helps your memory.

Even though sometimes you can’t always remember all of the lyrics to your favorite songs, still you have to use your memory to memorize some of the lyrics. This is one excellent way to keep your brain functioning well as you age.

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4. Singing helps with sleep

Singing can help reinforce throat and palate muscles, which will help you to stop snoring and sleep apnoea. Singing is an exercise that helps to stop both chronic snorings and sleep apnoea, which causes people to stop breathing during deep sleep. This means that singing is an exercise to make up have a good night sleep!

 5. Singing enhances cognition

There are several studies that have concluded that singers and musicians tend to have higher IQs than non-musicians. Singing can help develop your overall brain function and help you think a clearer and faster.

Learning how to play musical instruments for free or cheaper price – who wouldn’t love that?

But are you sure that it’s the best choice for you? Of course, in order for you to decide properly, you need more information about this. In fact, here we’re about to tell you a list of Pros and Cons of self-taught Music


Money: If you’re spending on lessons online, then it won’t cost you as much as paying for school fees. Sometimes, you don’t even have to spend a penny to teach yourself how to play an instrument.

Anytime you want: If you’re your own teacher, then you can arrange your study schedule according to whenever you like. Maybe you’ll be busy for these two whole weeks, so you can just do other things first, right? You can teach yourself later when you feel like it.

Comfort zone: You don’t have to show anyone how you can make mistakes in playing the instrument, so you don’t have to be embarrassed. You can show them how you play after you’ve mastered the skill, right?


Who will evaluate your work: What if you’ve made a mistake without even realizing it? Who will correct it for you? Even if you’ve come to realize your own mistakes, but don’t you think it will take sometimes for you to know that?

Procrastination: Remember, we’re only doing our homework because our teacher will check it. Without teacher and proper schedule, we tend to delay and delay our practice and lessons. We will just get back to practice whenever we want.

Demotivating: When you start to feel like you’ve lost track or you don’t know what step you need to take next, you might start to lose your interest. Gradually, you might end up choosing to cast your lessons away even though you know it yourself that you would love to master it.