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samedi 18 septembre 2021, 10:00
Gideon Waxman | How to prepare for your next studio session Charlotte Yates | Lyrical themes, and the many ways we can develop them… Lata Martinez | Dan Clark Audio Headphones: Reshaping how you experience audio Dixie Somers | Equipment that will make your music...
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vendredi 17 septembre 2021, 17:08
Guest post by Gideon Waxman. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper As I prepare to head into the recording studio later this month, I figured now would be a great time to share some insights on how I’ve been able to manage my time and resources efficiently,...
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Guest post by Charlotte Yates. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper What do you want your lyrics to actually do? Show us how desperately you want someone or how angry you are about something? Or do you want to your lyrics to make us behave a certain way,...
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  The Jaguar Audio Design online store now has the full line of Dan Clark Audio headphones.  These headphones are designed and built in-house at the company’s headquarters in San Diego, California, and include custom drivers exclusive to the DCA brand. For their...
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mercredi 15 septembre 2021, 22:55
No one turns on music without the intent of relaxing and enjoying themselves — but listening to your jams can sometimes pose some difficulties. Music is hard to hear over background noise, and you need a quality set of headphones to enjoy it at a decent volume. Fortunately,...
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samedi 11 septembre 2021, 11:00
Brooke Chaplan  | How beginners can pick the right instruments Caleb J. Murphy | This is how I make music every day without fail Your Online Singing Coach | Strategies for the shy singer: Part 2
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vendredi 10 septembre 2021, 00:20
If you’re getting into music for the first time, choosing your first instrument can seem like a huge decision. The instrument you choose will have a huge impact on your musical journey and be the foundation for your future musical education. Here are four tips that will help...
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If you want to be a consistent musician, I have tips from my first-hand experience. Just to give you some context… I’ve released over 100 songs in the past 12 years. My music has been on NBC. I make consistent income from my music. But most importantly, I get to make music...
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lundi 6 septembre 2021, 07:04
In Part 1 last month we interviewed 2x Grammy® winner, Kalani Pe’a, on the topic of overcoming shyness and a lack of confidence.  Singers struggle with this more often than you think.  If you haven’t checked it out yet, do so here.  Read on for some more strategies you can...
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samedi 4 septembre 2021, 10:00
RJD2 | RJD2 on the art of sampling (video) MusicThinkTank |  Great gigs for first timers Charles Vallena | 10+ famous artists you didn’t know started as indie
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vendredi 3 septembre 2021, 14:44
Guest post by RJD2. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper.   + This video is presented courtesy of RJD2’s brand new course on Soundfly, RJD2: From Samples to Songs. Sign up and learn to create and arrange original, instrumental hip-hop music from a true...
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Whether a band or a solo artist, every performer has to start somewhere when it comes to performing live shows, even if these initial gigs aren’t always the most exciting or glamorous. Once you’re off-book with a solid time block of material, here are a few great “early” gigs...
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jeudi 2 septembre 2021, 00:20
Ever wonder what it would be like to have a successful, independent artist? You know the type of artist you see on TV all the time who’s just starting out. They’re playing small venues with only a few people in attendance. The band is barely making enough money to cover...
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samedi 28 août 2021, 10:00
Cision PRweb | 10 best music production courses of 2021 MusicThinkTank |  3 questions to ask when touring this fall Rachelle Wilber | How black music has influenced generations of musicians
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vendredi 27 août 2021, 03:25
This article originally appeared on Cision PRweb Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online learning, higher education planning, and career advice, has announced the best music production courses of 2021. This trusted education guide features courses that provide...
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Artists, venues, and audiences alike have been rejoicing - tours are back! Unfortunately, so too is COVID (although it never really left, if we’re being honest) and as live music events return, there are some ethical questions artists should keep in mind before agreeing to...
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mercredi 25 août 2021, 05:00
In June 2021, United States President Joe Biden signed an executive proclamation in observance of Black Music Appreciation Month. In his proclamation, President Biden mentioned the importance of honoring the innovation that artists of African descent have brought to the...
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samedi 21 août 2021, 11:00
Ramita Arora | Why you should write multiple songs at once Tim Hansen | All (human) music is repetition — Let’s talk about that. M Banks | Finding inspiration for songwriting: 7 techniques Dean Hailstone | 5 healthy lifestyle tips for musicians
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vendredi 20 août 2021, 17:35
Dixie Somers  | Getting ready for your band’s first live show? 4 tips for feeling prepared  Mahea Lee | Learning to take a helping hand in music Charles Vallena| 10 tools musicians should use when making music Yael Penn | First look: 2021 mid-year hit song trend report
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Guest post by Ramita Arora. This article originally appeared on Soundfly’s Flypaper When I first started writing songs, I wrote one song at a time until it was finished. This process was so delicate for me that I convinced myself that I had to write the entire song in one...
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