Just like with any other topics, music analysis essays require a thorough preparation and a guided writing process. You need to create a plan on how you’re going to write your essays and what essential steps you’ll need to cover. And this article will help you do just that.
In this video you can will learn about Reaper, a digital audio workstation (DAW) and all of its basic functions from the team over at Consordini Music.
Take part in this special focus on the world’s favorite instrument. Are you a guitar player? Tips, insights, and techniques relative to guitar will be available to enrich your playing experience. Got something to share? Would you like to contribute? We want you to! We will feature your content in a mutually reciprocal, positive engagement experience. Are you a […]
A great tool for adding a different color in a chord progression is to include one or more half-diminished seventh chords (sometimes just called half-diminished chords).
Guitar Month is coming soon in March 2019! Check out this special focus on one of the world’s favorite instruments. Tips, insights, and techniques relative to guitars will be available to enrich the guitar playing experience. Are you a guitar expert or manufacturer that wants to be included in our content? We’re looking for you and your expertise. We […]
Have you ever noticed that sometimes when you are playing a piece, your fingers just start playing without you really having to think about what you are doing? That’s because you have developed muscle memory for that particular piece. Your fingers have essentially “memorized” how to play that particular section of the song.
You love music. You love writing. So, why not try combining those passions and write a music review? Here are some tips on how to do just that.
Want to learn how to play clarinet scales? You’ve come to the right place! Ana, creator of the clANAnett YouTube channel, and Cassidy here at Making Music have joined together to teach you all the major scales and their respective minor scales on the clarinet. Enjoy this video on the C Major scale and be sure to check back each month to learn the next scale in the series!