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?
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Wesleyan University Scientists used electroencephalography to examine the differences in the brain activity of classical and jazz musicians during unexpected chord progressions.
In a case hugely significant for global copyright infringements, New Zealand’s high court ruled that their National party infringed on Eminem’s song “Lose Yourself.”
Twenty years after founding the arts organization Silkroad, Yo-Yo Ma is passing the baton to three of his collaborators and close friends.
There are dozens of ways to get more music fans, but it’s all about your level of commitment and finding what works best for your personal strategy. If you nail these 15 essentials, you’ll be well on your way to getting more music fans.
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Band managers have a critical task that relates directly to the group’s success. They need to coordinate travel, handle the different egos and goals within the bandmates, and promote the band’s identity and talent. Read these six helpful tips that can spark interest in artists to challenge themselves to manage their own band without completely losing their mind.
Musicians must focus on making an impression with their music, especially their first track. Read some tips for making a great impression! The first song must convey what the artist stands for musically, and perhaps even socially. It needs to reflect who they are and should be the type of track that will resonate with the audience. The song should set the audience’s expectations about the artist and their work.