Modern songwriters, producers and artists are reinventing the way jazz idioms and foundations are applied in modern pop. Let’s break it down!
Whether you’re dealing with live strings or VSTs, legato or staccato passages, to create fluidity you may have to use time correction tools.
Live shows are finally coming back, after a nearly two year hiatus. Are YOU ready with your band’s merch table sales strategy yet?
Using data and analytics, and some keen observations, can help you identify and define your audience demographics and grow your fanbase.
Would a method of starting more and finishing less songs benefit you? It did for me! Here’s how I utilize this creatively to get more done.
We invited master French ondist Christine Ott to talk about her beloved instrument through 7 of her favorite pieces written for it.
Guest author Julie Schatz brings a new perspective as to why and how your workflow should become a central part of your music production.
The music industry is notoriously hard to crack into, but there’s literally hundreds of doors to sneak in through… Here are a few to try.
While most artists send their tracks out to a pro for mastering, you can achieve a decent result yourself with some focused experimenting.
A sampling of single- and multi-chord progression songs between the 1980s and 2010s reveals a disheartening trend. How to fix it?