Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor and Mixing Engineer Frank Socorro Kick Off “Modern Music Production & Mixing” with Free Access On April 4 Music Expo in association with Sound On Sound announces “Music Expo Livestream,” a new virtual series to keep music makers connected online. Grammy-nominated Producer ill Factor (Matisyahu, Justin Timberlake, Jason Derulo) and Mixing […]
Below is an article originally published by Yamaha at www.yamahaeducatorsuite.com/online-teaching. It has been reprinted with permission. During this trying and uncertain time, we want to do our part to help music educators as you explore options and search for resources to facilitate online teaching. Since teaching face-to-face is not possible during this COVID-19 pandemic, our […]
The NAMM Foundation has announced that, despite the uncertainty the impact of COVID-19 is having around the world, Make Music Day 2021 will still be happening on June 21. Unlike traditional music festivals, Make Music Day is an open invitation for everyone to make music anywhere and everywhere. “We hope to be taking over the […]
Thinking what you’re writing for guitar is too simple? Worried it’s not enough? In this video Mike Meiers will show you how to layer your guitar lines and bring your songs to life. Mike Meiers is a songwriter, producer, and founder of Songwriting For Guitar. Download the FREE Songwriting Guitarist Quick Start Guide: ➡️ https://www.songwritingforguitar.com/
By Michael Grandinetti Nobody makes a hit record on their own. Behind every top-selling artist—from Elton John to Billie Eilish—there’s a Bernie Taupin, FINNEAS, and team of collaborators in the creative process. Whether it’s building a beat, crafting a hook, laying the horns, or featuring an artist, collaboration has facilitated the songs we know and […]
While at the 2020 Winter NAMM Show in January, Making Music spent a few minutes with Philipp Schuster, product manager for Austrian Audio, who told us all about the company’s newest releases: The Hi-X (High Excursion) headphones, comprised of the on-ear HI-X50 and over-ear HI-X55, and their new large diaphragm microphones, the OC818 and OC18. […]
This brief history of the guitar dates back to the 14th century, when troubadours would serenade their ladies with guitars and guitar-like instruments.