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?
Symphony for a Broken Orchestra Supports School Music Programs in Philadelphia
What do you do with more than 1,000 musical instruments in disrepair and no funds to fix them? That was the dilemma faced by The School District of Philadelphia. Now a new project, Symphony for a Broken Orchestra (symphonyforabrokenorchestra.org), funded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and The Barra Foundation, seeks to remedy the situati
Play an Instrument? What’s Stopping You from Playing Another?
Learning to play a musical instrument can help keep your mind sharp, boost your self-confidence, improve your coordination, open up new doors for social interaction, provide a creative outlet, and teach you valuable life skills like perseverance and discipline.
Introducing: The JamHub Mixers
The JamHub is perfect for your needs. It can be professional or just as your hobby, the JamHub will ensure you get the most out of your music.
Introducing the PRS Guitars S2
The PRS Guitars S2 series are PRS’ most affordable guitars yet. They are made in the US and have a wonderful finish with a great sound.
How to Alternately Tune a Guitar
Is your guitar nicely in tune? Good. Is each string perfectly in pitch with E-A-D-G-B-E? Great. That’s the standard. Making Music is going to teach you how to alternately tune a guitar so you can play a wider range of music!
4 Strategies for Teaching Adults That Every Music Teacher Should Know
A good music teacher knows instructing children is very different from adults. Here are 4 Strategies for Teaching Adults That Every Music Teacher Should Know
Kala’s Five-String SUB U-Bass
The five-string SUB comes in Sunburst, Cherryburst, red, and black finishes, with an included gig bag. It is equipped with Kala’s unique polyurethane…
Yamaha’s P-115 Portable Digital Piano
P-115’s Pure CF Sound Engine reproduces the sound of the Yamaha concert grand with improved damper resonance and reverb effects, to allow the use of dynamics not typically available in a digital piano of this size and price range.
XW-PD1 Groove Center
The latest addition to Casio’s Trackformer DJ products is its XW-PD1 Groove Center, which lets musicians create, mix, and play tracks through its XW series sound engine