Motiving ourselves to practice our instrument can be tough — but with the right balance of tasks and rewards, habits will form in no time!
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.
This post highlights some ways that electronic music can be brought into the classroom to help students explore new creative territories.
An OpEd by composer Danny Clay on the effects of a “we” based collaborative classroom environment, as opposed to a “you / I” learning model.
If you’re stranded at home and have lost sources of income due to the Covid-19 pandemic, here’s a short list of potential musician revenue streams for you.
If you’ve got music you’re passionate about sharing with the world, you probably have something to teach the world. Consider teaching music online!
In this edition of “Talking Points,” we take a look at a panel held at this year’s Ableton Loop Conference on the uses of technology in music education.
When you’re a musician, it helps to have a job that you can take off every now and then when you go on tour or into the studio, here’s a few of our faves!
Don’t get left out of the conversation due to poor writing or formatting. Pair your musical creativity with these pro tips to craft a winning résumé!
We’re proud to support NAfME’s music education initiative to promote the benefits of learning music in school nationally. Here are some ways to participate.