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1: The Pursuit of the Record Deal

The Pursuit of the Record Deal By Tom Hess

By: Tom Hess

2: Improving Your Drum Programming

For non-drummers, coming up with realistic sounding drum parts can be an intimidating prospect. After all, drummers study and practice for years to be able to play solid time, mark phrases and interac...

By: Dan Palladino

3: Your First Recording Session

You've finally reached the point where you are ready to enter a real studio and lay down your music. It sounds easy, right? Most musician...

By: Jeff Wheaton

4: Copyright Your Music

When you copyright your music, you mark it as your own creation. This gives you legal grounds to go after someone who may be making a profit from it without your permission. It also is necessary...

By: Bobby McHavens

5: 10 Reasons Why Most Demo

"Getting a deal" has long been the goal of many would-be artists and bands. For mostly naive reasons, most new talent feel that by s...

By: Christopher Knab

6: Take Control of Your Music Career Now

The music industry is changing, has changed. We are in serious transitio...

By: Chris Standring

7: Determining artist royalties in the music industry

Determining artist royalties in the music industry

By: Sabrina Surovec

8: How Do I Jump from 'DEMO' Recordings to 'MASTER QUALITY' Rec...

There are several issues involved in determining whether a recording is considered "master quality" (also known as "broadcast quality") or "demo quality.&...

By: Michael Laskow

9: The Myth of Digital Sound

Myth: Digital sound doesn't loose quality when transferred. There has been a long-held thought that digital can be transferred, cloned, copied, backed up etc....

By: John Vestman

10: Tips For The Solo Musician: Your recording studio

Every musician should have his, or her own recording studio. Just as each individual has chosen the instrument of their choice, on the same token, a recording studio is a must. Think of it...

By: Kevin Brown

Music Related Articles:

20 Steps to Creating a Successful Blog for Your Band (Part 1)

Blogs prove to be a tricky field to conquer, especially when it comes to gaining an initial reader-base. However, once you get that reader base, great potential for increasing your online reputation is created. S...

By: Lance Trebesch

SONGWRITERS: IMPORTANT COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

Songwriting is a cathartic exercise that allows musicians to escape the conundrums of daily routines. From the first spark of melody to the flicker of promising lyrics, the process of creating something...

By: Lathum

Free Music Downloads: Is it Still a Big Deal?

We’ve heard about the controversy surrounding Napster and the artists in the music industry who do not want their music downloaded for free. With all of the debates over downloading music for free off of the internet...

By: Nathan T. Lynch

Updated Musical Lessons Related News:

EXCLUSIVE: Susan Boyle's Signed Up For Acting Lessons, Plus Why She S...

Susan Boyle reveals that her heart is set on combining an acting career with her musical success, and she?s actually arranged an audition at the Glasgow Conservatoire for acting lessons. Following her...


Engineering Class at UVa Make Musical Instruments from Unlikely Materials

A First Year Engineering Class at UVa learn lessons from making musical instruments from cigar boxes,


Lessons shoehorned into 'Kinky Boots'

Would you believe that in the Broadway juggernaut "Kinky Boots," which has just arrived at the Pantages Theatre, nobody even wears boots?


"Scrooge! The Musical" to be presented by Theatre Bristol

BRISTOL, Tenn. ? Theatre Bristol will present ?Scrooge! The Musical? beginning Friday.


Show will explore the art of being a child

This year's Dublin Coffman High School Faculty Production is a musical review titled How To Eat Like A Child and Other Lessons in Not Being A Grown-Up.



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