With most of the touring and studio recording world screeching to a halt these days, we can look to our phones to deliver creative, collaborative fun.
When it comes to toplining in the music industry, collaborating and co-writing, producing negotations, and royalty splits should all be familiar territory.
How can songwriters escape the trap of sounding “correct” in order to make work that embraces risk and explores new creative directions?
Practicing the art of a live performance during your rehearsal time can be about so much more than dancing in front of your mirror and lip-syncing.
Get into the writing room with confidence and excitement next time you’re working with a total stranger on a co-writing song project with these 7 tips.
The internet is horrible at getting us outdoors, but it’s great at connecting likeminded collaborators all over the world. Here are 7 apps to do just that!
In this edition of “Talking Points,” composers and electronic artists Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto discuss the nature of collaboration and improvisation.
Learn about the different styles of collaboration and how you can use these models to make music beyond your own boundaries through working with others.
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