The music industry is a haven for the freelancing lifestyle.
When it comes to songwriting, there are thousands of guides out there telling you what to do.
Unless music is just a hobby for you, you’re probably looking forward to getting something out of it, whether that means financial rewards, fame, or both.
People enter the music business all the time.
With life having its various ups and downs, everyone needs positive reminders and lighthearted expressions from time to time.
When it comes on to vocal training, there are a number of questions floating around in the singing community.
Never mind becoming famous; for many people in the music business, including songwriters and musicians, just achieving their goals is hard enough.
Many songwriters still believe that a well-recorded demo is all that's needed to garner the attention of recording artists or music supervisors for film and TV.
Humans have had a relationship with art, in one form or another, since time immemorial.
Let’s face it…some of the greatest music ever made was created by people who are considered as atypical or arose out of bizarre actions and practices! From songwriters who get inspiration for new lyrics from unusual events and activities to those
Ever wondered how your favorite singers/songwriters presented themselves before blowing up big? How they dressed, talked, or behaved?
Pursuing a music career can be one of the most ambitious experiences you can undertake.
In the ever-changing world of creative expression, hearing from others is often an important part in the process of creating art in its various forms.
Doing music is a stressful venture.
If you have been thinking about becoming a professional songwriter for some time now, you might soon be out of chances to make it happen.
Guest Post by Haziqa Ishtiaq For anyone even slightly musically inclined, guitars have always held a certain degree of magnetism.
Are you familiar with "the lips, the teeth, the tip of the tongue" tongue twister? If you've watched the comical movie "School of Rock" with Jack Black, you'd probably realize that it's a vocal warmup technique but it's so much more.