More music creators are using live instruments in their songs while avoiding the added cost associated with traditional means of producing music.
There are some basic fundamentals to be aware of for musicians looking to build a successful career in music.
KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) is the ultimate acronym to have tattooed at the front of your songwriting brain.
A great way to generate fresh ideas for a song is to think about ways to help people cope with depression or other life challenges.
Performing in front of an audience can be difficult for people suffering from performance anxiety, but there are strategies you can follow to help eliminate anxiety when singing.
Diversifying your music career will allow you to have multiple income streams, or at least a backup plan if the funds aren’t rolling in from your music just yet.
Based on the so-called ‘singing accent,’ it would seem that most of the world's singers who record English-language songs are from the same country.
Singing along to your favorite songs can be unbelievably liberating and satisfying, whether you’re hollering in the confines of your bathroom, banging on the desk at work, or while driving home in traffic.
First-time songwriters can learn how to write a song from start to finish if they know the right steps to follow.
If your music self-promotion is failing, there are a number of things you may or may not be doing right.
Terrible live performances can negatively affect your career as an artist but knowing how to prepare can help you prevent them.
Knowing how to protect your musical equipment while traveling can help to prevent music gear theft.
A basic understanding of copyright, trademark, and contract law is recommended for artists in the music industry in order to properly protect themselves.
Getting better at songwriting sometimes means making small adjustments to how you go about creating music.
Avoiding self-sabotage is critical for anyone looking to build a successful music career.
Music recording studios have evolved dramatically over the years, but the need for professional studios hasn’t diminished.