With summer right ahead of us, a lot of people are likely looking forward to going to various music festivals they want to enjoy.
Do you write songs with the intention to make money from your music? In the past, we have talked about different earning options available to songwriters who don't want to perform, as well as various ways you can .
There is a song suitable for every situation, from lovey-dovey tunes that capture how you feel about someone to motivational jams that get you through tough days.
Reading anything about songwriters and songwriting is likely to make one feel like it’s a field reserved exclusively for people brimming with artistic talent.
It’s not always a necessity to create a bridge for your song, it’s one of those optional things like salt or sugar in a recipe.
Songwriting is often an extremely personal activity for those who practice it.
Guest Post by Chloe Bennet Writing a resume as a musician can be a bit tricky, and it’s certainly different from writing a resume for most other jobs.
You’ve probably heard of such terms as quantum physics, quantum mechanics, and quantum computing, but are you aware of quantum music? The term is fairly new, but has been growing in popularity and, quite possibly, could have an impact on the future o
Our uninhibited access to music sometimes results in this .
For home studios and .
“Hear that?” UK producer Chris Birkett’s razor-sharp ears detect a faint buzz on the drum kit.
Let’s face it, not everyone interested in a music career is cut out to be off-the-chain stage performers.
If you are into sound recording and engineering, you would probably have already realized how important it is to .
When Beyonce released Lemonade in 2016, the entertainer – as she usually does – sent tongues wagging about the album’s content.
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.
Songwriters and musicians are no less human than the general population.