A touching OpEd from a musician in Soundfly’s global member community, about the highs and lows of attempting to level up his workflow.
A touching OpEd from a concert cellist about how and why her switch to freelance has been able to help manage her mental health.
Artists used to touring, listeners who enjoy seeing live bands; we all need to make space for a new emotional engagement with music.
Practicing for accuracy but sacrificing speed? Or vice-versa? Research suggests you can actually have both, if your practice follows suit…
This guest post looks at research linking emotional mind-states with blocks in information retention, and how that might affect musicians.
Based on neuroscience research, improvisation can deactivate the self-judgment in your brain, and help you engage more creatively with music.
Today’s Guest OpEd offers some advice and space to those in the music industry feeling external pressures of success weighing them down.
How to use deliberate practice and take comfort in mistakes, so that you don’t fall into the trap of expecting perfection when learning.
An editorial meditation on how concert and career musicians need to rethink their commitment to their practice, to be more like pro athletes.
Here are five easy tips to improving your time management when it comes to improving your music and career on a daily basis; in quarantine or not!