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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:

Do you really need a teacher?

If you really want to learn music well, you will do so much faster with a good teacher. Imagine an 8th grader saying he doesn't need to go to school anymore because he thinks he has already learned what one needs to know in l...

By: Tom Hess

Practicing Music - What To Do Outside Of Your Music Lessons

Practice makes perfect. These three words are heard every day and time after time these words are ignored. But why? Music is such a vast subject that for anyone, even the professionals, mastering it is near impossible. Wit...

By: Edward Droscher

Classical Music

In the vast and wide-ranging world of 'classical' music there is truly something there for everyone - pieces which once discovered represent the start of an exciting and irresistible journey which will provide a lifetime's...

By: Naxos

Updated Musical Lessons Related News:

This Is Your Brain. This Is Your Brain On Music

A new study suggests that learning to play a musical instrument helps improve the brain's ability to process language. That means music lessons could give kids from low-income communities a big bo...


'Ghostlight' proves Buckley not bound by Broadway

Every six weeks or so, between shooting episodes in Los Angeles from 1977-81, Buckley would fly to New York for singing lessons, "keen on getting back and singing in musical theater again." ...


LearnToPlayMusic.com Unveils Free Music Lessons eBook Library for Students, M...

LearnToPlayMusic.com rolls out Free Music Lessons eBook Library for kids, adults, students, parents, music teachers, bandmasters, orchestra directors, charter/independent school districts music direct...


Helping kids unlock language one note at a time

A new study suggests that learning to play a musical instrument helps improve the brain's ability to process language.


What we learned: September 16, 2014

Today's lessons include the beginning of the most important stretch of the Brewers season, as well as the beginning of minor league musical chairs.



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