The ever-bustling show featured music products and musicians from all over the world. We saw all the classic gear, improvements on traditions and truly innovative gear that will shape the future of how musicians make music.
Playing an instrument is good for your health, your memory, your creativity, and so much more. No matter your motivation, learning an instrument is a worthwhile endeavor that you will not regret. There can be a problem, though. What instrument should you learn?
While artists would like to believe the music speaks for itself, a strong bio is an important part of promoting your music.
Here are some pointers to help you write the best artist bio possible.
So what is the best way to approach collaborative creativity? Here are 4 skills to practice that will help you and your fellow musicians get off on the right foot.
One of the best ways to improve your musical skills and boost your stage confidence is jamming. If you’ve never joined a jam session before, it’s easy to feel like you’re either not ready or not “good enough” (or both!). However, participating in a jam session doesn’t require you to have 10 years of experience […]
First and foremost, yes, you need to have your own professional website. Social media is great for fan engagement, but it will never replace having your own website.
As many musicians can attest, there’s a big difference between playing music for your own enjoyment and being asked to play in front of other people. Whether you’re playing on stage for a large crowd or entertaining a group of friends in a more intimate setting, “stage fright” is a real phenomenon that can cause even the most experienced musicians to shy away from public performances.