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  • B.D Love
    Published 9 days ago
    The Ultimate Guide to creating a beneficial workout playlist

    The Ultimate Guide to creating a beneficial workout playlist

    The most beneficial playlist is crucial to having an energetic and exciting workout. Before my initial exercise, I premix my playlist; it encourages me to get hyped up and mentally prepared to put my body through physical discomfort. A composed list of various artists and sounds aids me to keep my mind listening to the music while feeling the burn!. Your routine alternates, so why wouldn't your playlist to make it not boring and mundane?
  • Brittany Seebo
    Published 27 days ago
    Knowing vs. Not Knowing

    Knowing vs. Not Knowing

    Just from my time working live sound at my church, and after taking a training course on audio sound. I have learned just how different it is between people that know what they are doing and those that don't fully understand. Those that do not fully understand how to mix live sound, you can hear an obvious difference the how everything sounds. Often times, they change settings when they don't fully know how to use or what it does, it changes the sound dramatically. Before I learned I only changed the basic things. I did not change anything I did not understand what or how they worked. After going through the training and learning what those things did, that's when I started to use them. I know what to listen for.
  • Scott Detweiler
    Published about a month ago
    Should I Collaborate?

    Should I Collaborate?

    Should you collaborate with a co-writer or write your song by yourself? Collaboration can be good or not so good, depending on you, your partner and how you handle the arrangement. The biggest thing to realize about collaboration is that when you write a song with a partner, you will be connected to that person for the rest of your life. It is like if you have a child with someone, whether you like them (or still like them) or not. Any decisions to be made about the song will require the input of both of you. So, if either of you move, change your phone number or email, the other partner must be informed of the change. Forever (explanation will follow). Because of this reality, it is clear to see why it is simply easier and less complicated to write your song by yourself. But let’s examine some points to consider about collaboration.
  • Rae
    Published about a month ago
    Benefits of learning the violin

    Benefits of learning the violin

    Being able to play a musical instrument perfectly and with confidence can be fulfilling. Which instrument would you pick and instantly be able to play it? The violin would usually be among one of the top choices. The violin represents an elegant aura and a sense of class, however many individuals would think that the instrument is way too hard to learn. There are many people that may have an interest in it, however turn it down as it is too expensive to learn.
  • Hyam Studios
    Published about a month ago
    Recording at home (quick guide)

    Recording at home (quick guide)

    Artist? Producer? Mixing Engineer? Just for fun? Whatever your experience level, you’ll find some helpful tips or at least re enforce/refresh some forgotten knowledge!
  • Sara Aulds
    Published 2 months ago
    How to...Music Video

    How to...Music Video

    One of the best projects I have done was my degree project for college. It was the final "big deal" in order to graduate. A lot of sweat, planning and hard work went into this project to make it great and also getting the best message across to our audience.
  • Dóra Dragos
    Published 2 months ago
    Can you learn songwriting?

    Can you learn songwriting?

    Can you learn songwriting? Is it something that can be taught and developed, or people born with great songwriting skills? Most people believe that you need to be born with a talent to write good songs, and they think it's not something you can learn. But this is really just a misconception. And there are many reasons why people tend to believe in it.
  • RJ
    Published 2 months ago
    Second Place in Brain Power Playlist Challenge
    How to Make the Most Out of Your Study Time

    How to Make the Most Out of Your Study Time

    In today’s world, hustle is encouraged, and ”working hard” is taken to an extreme. Every day, people are overextending themselves. Working three jobs, taking twenty credit hours. We all share a running joke of not sleeping and guzzling coffee to get more work done. We crouch over our laptops, phones, tablets, or documents, exerting all of our effort to meet deadlines. Now that we're confined to our homes, it seems more challenging than ever to get motivated and stay focused.
  • Karissa Carters
    Published 2 months ago
     Learn To Sing: Tips For Beginners

    Learn To Sing: Tips For Beginners

    How to Learn Singing – Before You Begin Before you begin, listen to a lot of different songs in many genres. This will help you settle on a style that best suits your voice and personality. Do you want to sing rock music? Opera? Maybe country and western or rhythm and blues suits your style best.
  • Stephanie Fernsler
    Published 2 months ago
    Where's The Music?

    Where's The Music?

    Whether we realize it or not, music has always been a strong point in our daily lives. We could be listening to the radio in the car, listening to music at work, and not really realize that it's an important aspect to our daily routine. Music has a way of releasing emotions within us, or even has a way of calming us down. Music was also a fun activity that we could engage in, with symphony concerts, music concerts, or just a simple karaoke night at the bar.
  • Hannah Bruce
    Published 2 months ago
    A beginner singer's guide

    A beginner singer's guide

    So, you love singing but you’re not sure what steps to take to become a great singer. That’s why you’re reading this right? For those of you out there who are too scared or shy to pursue your love for singing, I WAS TOO! When I was young, I was carefree and would do anything, but as I grew older, I started to feel anxious about performing and singing in front of people. I’ve been there, lived through it and come out the other side. This guide is going to set you on the right path to becoming a confident singer!
  • Hannah Bruce
    Published 2 months ago
    Confidence

    Confidence

    'I can sing when i'm on my own, but singing in front of another human being? Are you kidding?' Does this sound familiar?