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Song Writing To Find Yourself In The Music You Compose By: Peter Edvinsson
What is songwriting? What is composing? Do you really compose when you write songs or are you just copying?If song writers make a living on their writing it will put a lot of pressure on them. Some song writers are constantly listening for what's popular and are trying to imitate ...
Riding the Waves of Anothers Success By: Marc Gunn
Even better than just endorsing other companies is trading endorsements. There are several advantages to it. For you, your endorsee would promote you to their clients, and your name would be linked to a successful business. For them, you are a travelling billboard. You cover a lot of territory that ...
Guitar Practicing or Guitar Playing By: Edward Cupler
Just because you're holding your guitar doesn't mean that you're playing it, and just because you're playing your guitar doesn't mean that you're practicing. There is a real difference and it needs to be acknowledged if you want to improve your level of playing skill. Some people say they ...
50 Cents and His Rolls Royce Phantom By: Cristian Andrei
Real Name: Curtis James JacksonDate of birth: July 6, 197550 Cent (a.k.a. Fifty or Fiddy as pronounced in African American Vernacular English, born Curtis Jackson on July 6, 1976 in Queens, New York), is a popular African American hip-hop artist. Once almost unknown outside his hometown of southside Jamaica, Queens, ...
Piano Lessons for Children Anthropomorphic Literature Teaches Musical Knowledge through Stories By: Cynthia VanLandingham
Did you know that animals can help your child learn to play the piano? It's true! Squirrels, chipmunks, bunnies, and bears are just a few of the animals that can help your child learn to play the piano. By giving human characteristics to animals, anthropomorphic literature and learning ...
How To Get Your Band Heard By: Andrew Culture
Getting reviews can be one of the toughest things for any new band. It's not just trying to figure out who the best people to send your cd to, it's making sure they listen to your band and actually write the review. Music writers get an avalanche of band's cds ...
Guitar Buying Guide By: D Crenshaw
So you want to pick up the guitar? If you have an instrument already, good. But if not, you're going to have to get one. There are a lot of choices out there. This article will help you with what you need to know.If there's a cherry red axe you've ...
Hey Guitar Players Can You Play the Blues By: Peter Jones
"Hey, I'm looking for a rhythm guitar player for my virtual blues band. Can you play the blues? You can? Great! Would you like to audition? You would? Fantastic! Come on, step into my virtual rehearsal room and meet my virtual band mates. ...
Funerary Bagpiping a Guide for Ceremonial Bagpipers By: Emmet Bondurant
Funerals are often highly emotionally charged events. Especially when children, friends, or family are involved, you must to be able to maintain sufficient clinical detachment to get the job done, or else get someone else to pipe for you. I always try to have the first couple of bars of ...
High School Band Early Morning Practice By: Lance Winslow
Anyone who has ever been involved in an award winning High School Band knows that it takes hours of practice to make the grade. This means High School Bands must get up early to get it done. Many times as daylight savings time sets in they are practicing before sunrise, ...
Lyric Writing 101 Part 4 By: Chyna Dolores
This is Part four of my Lyric Writing guide. Here you will find general writing tips to apply to your lyric. Includes information on drafts, hooks and re-writing.As I have stated in other parts of this guide, I cannot tell you word for word how to write lyrics. Everyone has ...
3 Reasons to Buy Guitar Lessons eBook By: Bill McRea
In this clandestine world of the Internet, people have come to realize the wonders of the new technology. It has brought them many advantages and has changed their lives quite remarkably.One of the best things that the Internet was able to reveal to humanity was the remarkable uses of the ...
What To Do Immediately After Getting Radio Airplay By: Kenny Love
So, let's say that you have successfully managed to get a few radio stations playing your music. What's your next step?Are you simply waiting on the charts to come in each week in order to learn if your single is moving up (or down)?If you would like to ...
Reading Music Notes By: Jeffrey Meier
Reading music notes look complicated and many people especially kids loose their interest thinking that it is too difficult. On the contrary, at least the basics of reading music can be grasped quite easily with a certain amount of perseverance. Of course it needs a little effort at the inception ...
What is Classical Crossover music By: Luis Diez
Il Divo, Josh Groban, classical crossover... Who are all these people that seem to be revolutionizing the classical music world?Musicians have been ?crossing over? almost from the moment music was invented. Mozart's famous Rondo ?Alla Turca? was already using a popular style of Turkish music that was famous at the ...
Music the Spiritual Connection By: Claude Gagne
All through the age's music and spirituality as served hand in hand. As for instruments, the earliest is presumed to be, percussions from noisemakers to drums.Wind instruments such as reed flutes followed closely, later as the technologies evolved string instruments and organs.All during this long history of humankind musical quests, ...
Musical Improvisation Basics 8 Vital Things To Remember By: Ben Dowling
This article discusses 8 vital things to remember as improvisers - whether advanced or just getting started:1. Your technique is probably miles ahead of your ability to think.This isn't just true for classical players. I've known lots and lots (and lots) of jazz players who have let their technique ...
6 Tips for Organizing Your Music Files By: Gary Hendricks
If you're a digital music fan, you probably have problems organizing your music file collection. For me, I used to have hundreds of MP3 files lumped in one folder in my hard drive. Can you imagine the pain I had to go through to find one specific tune to listen ...
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