We’re providing a handy downloadable weekly planner to help you musicians get into a stronger routine during your time in quarantine. Fill it in each week!
If you’re learning a piece of music like you’re doing a puzzle with the pieces upside down, you’re not allowing yourself to see all the incredible patterns.
Borrowing a nifty couple of chord changes from the jazz world can really elevate your songwriting, no matter the genre or style.
At some point in their journey learning music, everyone starts to develop a fear of making mistakes, but embracing them could be the key to unlocking more.
Is your band prepping to go on the road supporting a bigger artist, or did you finally just get national distribution? Read this now.
When hiring a band, it’s important to show you’re respecting the musicians’ time and talent, and to do that, you need to clearly communicate the details.
If you’re suffering from crippling performance anxiety when you set foot on the stage, here’s some advice for how to deal with those nerves and go rock!
Some general thoughts on why improvisation is healthy and encouraged for musicians of all levels and types to experiment with.
Don’t waste your time memorizing all of the notes in each fret without understanding how they relate to each other, here’s a few tricks.
NYU MusED Lab’s famed web-based music toy, the aQWERTYon, just got a reboot. Now you can play with it and learn theory and chords. Enjoy!