Long gone are the days when paper fliers and word-of-mouth served as a band or solo musician’s primary marketing tools. But with the over-saturation of social media platforms, how can you make technology work for you on a promotional level, without relying on a record label?
We often underestimate what music can do for us in terms of productivity. But why is music so important for your motivation? Let’s find out.
That’s why we need to manage our time well and schedule in those activities that are important to us. Luckily, Ariel Hyatt and her team at Cyber PR have created a list of “5 Time Management Tactics Every Musician Must Know.”
Recording your practice sessions will allow you to hear your performance from the audience’s perspective. It is easy to think you are playing soft or loud enough, but the best way to know for sure is to listen to yourself.
One of the simplest and most effective ways to enrich your chord progressions is through the use of inversions. Depending which note you put in the bass, you end up with chords in first inversion or second inversion:
In her article, “If Only Teaching Piano was as Easy as Sliced Apples,” Leila Viss discusses her thoughts on how to make practice easier on not only the students, but the parents and the teacher as well.