Taking regular short breaks, walking, and exercising are some of the proactive ways to reduce sedentary behavior as a music creator.
Answering the questions about the effects of COVID and how germs is spread in music - Tunedly
Structuring your song lyrics, Olivia Rodrigo style can help with telling a story with your lyrics and tapping into your emotions.
The purpose and use of a metronome in music includes aiding with developing a musical ear and keeping your attention on the beat. - Tunedly
A Tunedly reminder for all musicians that it is never too late to follow your dreams.
This quick guide by Tunedly is geared towards helping songwriters understand the basic fundamentals of good songwriting.
The musicians you work with and the recording process are among several factors affecting how long it takes to record professional-sounding music - Tunedly
Tips on how to stay focused when writing a song include figuring out your songwriting process and consciously eliminating distractions.
A guide explaining everything you need to know about acquiring copyright - Tunedly
Best practices to follow when advertising new releases online: 1) Acquaint yourself with online advertising, 2) Tap into your creative juices..
Getting ready for virtual music conferences in 2021 and beyond involves having good wi-fi, a well-equipped device, and knowing the schedule.
Exploring the debate surrounding talent vs hard work to find out which one is more important for success - Tunedly
Tunedly shares a collection of interviews and accounts from several music creators about how they are managing to survive COVID as a musician.
For musicians looking to get past their first album, here are some strategies to help you make your sophomore album - Tunedly.
In this guest post, Charles Vallena describes 10 unknown struggles of being a musician (and what you can do about it).
Tunedly research uncovers some of the most popular lyrical themes used in songwriting, according to the Billboard Hot 100.
Tunedly shares some ideas on how songwriters can get back into the habit when returning from a songwriting break.
Every songwriter needs a solid plan to ensure they remain financially stable after retirement.