What a music theory book at age 13 taught me about how to look at chords, chord progressions and the emotions they’re capable of manifesting.
Based on neuroscience research, improvisation can deactivate the self-judgment in your brain, and help you engage more creatively with music.
Bands tend to…break things. So given price and durability need to be factored into performing, here are the best synths for live shows.
Some information on how and why artists need to utilize smart links for online music marketing, courtesy of Soundfly partner, Amplify.link.
Courtesy of our friends at Bandzoogle, here are the 14 best music business podcasts all artists should be listening to in 2021!
In a classroom setting, teachers must trust that a student’s learning process will take a variety of paths, almost none of them being linear.
In the new music industry, DIY doesn’t have to mean artists going “broke,” here’s how to approach financial stability as a DIY artist.
Using examples from software and business development, this OpEd shows musicians how to make sure your projects are always moving ahead.
On the heels of her new Splice sample pack, songwriter Alex Winston shares her advice for songwriting ideation and arranging.
In this Guest OpEd, we explore the plethora of ways Chuck Berry tackled race and societal issues with humor and relatability in his lyrics.