Thanks for the compliment! @SmileyAlyssa
I actually do a TON of music in real life. Flute and piano take over my life. I guess I was really excited to get the sounds update, but I didn't have enough time to update at first. When I got the update, I was kinda bummed out at the limited ability of music in hopscotch. I tried my best and did 'Flight of the Bumblebee.' I wasn't really good at music, so I stopped music-ing. Then MagmaPOP had an announcement about his huge helicopter game, and when he announced the helicopter game competition, I tried my best. At that moment, I was practicing Paganini's theme on the piano, so I just tried my best to put it in. Boy, was I surprised when I won! After a while, MagmaPOP announced his Minecraft game. I was very excited for it to come out, and he said that he was having a competition! I realized that I probably wasn't going to get picked AGAIN, so I entered three pieces, which were not the best. In fact, I was very sure I wasn't going to win. Out of the three pieces, he picked my worst. I was very surprised at why he picked that one, but still very happy. I don't consider myself a music person like Follow4LikesOfficial, because I don't really like music-ing on hopscotch. I only compete in competitions, and try out new tunes!
Here is the answer!
1. Motivation from MagmaPOP.
2. Music-ing in real life.
So, if you want to be better at music, then play music in real life! It gives you a better understanding! Then experiment! For instance, I know I'm really bad with chords... I'm better with single line melodies, which aren't as impressive as Follow4LikesOfficial's music... Then enter in competitions! Your wanting to win will boost your skills!
Good luck, and sorry for the story!