Guitar cables may not seem like a huge deal; however, for some, they are the only thing that differentiates between good and bad quality of the resulting sounds. Despite the difference, many musicians treat cables as an afterthought and grab the first ones that they see, without putting much thought into it. This strategy may […]
In order to play slap bass, a bass player must think like a drummer –that is, to hit the strings with the thumb to get the right tone, the wrist must rotate in the same way a drummer’s wrist does when playing the traditional, or jazz, grip.
In this next video in our series on clarinet scales, Cassidy will teach you how to play the G# minor scale on the clarinet!
Welcome back to our series on clarinet scales! In this video, Ana will teach out how to play the B major scale on clarinet. Don’t forget to stop back next week and Cassidy will teach out how to play the G# minor scale! We also recommend you follow along with the b major scale below […]
The following three tips will help you negotiate your way to success in the music industry by helping you earn money and grow your audience.
Creating a garage band can be a great way to express yourself and to be creative, and it’s also a highly social act that can help you to make friends and to meet new people. When you’re in a band, everyone wants to get to know you, and even though there are highs and lows to being in a band, the lows are usually offset by the highs of live performance.
Musicians use a wide range of marketing tactics to promote their work, but email campaigns remain one of the most productive channels. Although artists tend to focus on social media like Facebook or Instagram, the fact remains that email communication drives engagement and loyalty much more than social networks. On average, marketers earn $44 for […]