I decided to visit several music stores, make every mistake I could think of, and return with a list of blunders most likely to spoil your shopping experience. That way, you’ll be able to survive your first trip to a music store without making a fool out of yourself.
Many music makers have something in common, other than their love of playing—performance anxiety. Here are 5 easy ways to overcome stage fright.
Do you have the blues? If not, you might be missing a wonderful musical opportunity. Blues scales, blue notes, and blues progressions are common to jazz, country, gospel, funk, R&B, folk, and other styles.
Microphones may be as important to a live performance as the instruments the musicians play. Prices for high performing microphones have drastically dropped and more and more bands are opting to purchase their own set to take to gigs.
Almost 20 years into running her own school, Martin couldn’t be happier to get up each morning to do what she loves. She gladly shared a few singing tips and insights into her methods with Making Music.
There aren’t too many hard and fast rules when it comes to singing. Most singers can feel and hear their problem spots. “If your voice feels good and sounds good, it probably is good. If it feels bad and sounds good, something is wrong,” says Jeannette LoVetri, director of The Voice Workshop in New York […]