Staying indoors for prolonged periods of time can make you feel uninspired as well as frustrated and lethargic - and that's not good for creativity or productivity! As musicians, however, there are plenty of things we can do to keep our creative spark alive and make the best use of our lockdown.
Hi everyone. I hope you are staying well and safe, however you are choosing to spend your isolation. Whether it's become an introspective time, a creative time, and time to take some rest or you've put some well spent hours into a Netflix binge, I hope you are enjoying it.
Hello my name is Trenten Priest, and today I’m going to tell you how I got my numbers up on Spotify. Now before you read this article know that when I wrote it I had 27 thousand monthly listeners .. well let’s see how much I have now? Search up “Trenten Priest” or click the embedded link below, check out my music, and give me a FOLLOW if the number is still around 25k, then maybe my method works? I think yes!
I'll be the first to admit that I've developed some pretty strong habits in the over ten years that I've been writing songs. I tend to use some chord progressions more than others, and I tend to focus more on lyrics than melody. But the biggest habit I've fallen into is writing songs the same way every time: by sitting down at my piano or with my guitar and my lyric book and writing the song from start to finish. I write the melody, the harmony, and lyrics at the same time, from verse one to the last chorus.
Many DJ beginners may have such a question: how can I use Spotify music in DJ software?
Do you buy music? If so, what do you think the future of paid music will look like? The way we buy music has certainly come a long way: there was a time when we used to all listen to audio cassettes, then came along CDs, digital downloads and now streaming. As technology advances, new methods of listening to and buying music are made available to the masses, but what about the future? How will we be buying music in the future?
I seem to go through phases where guitars are concerned trying to find one that I truly fall in love with, to do this of course you have to play the instrument, spend time learning every curve of its body and each sweet spot on its neck.
I am in no way an expert songwriter, I have never had a hit record nor have I been played endlessly on radio, but I do have a lot of knowledge when it comes to music and the music industry.
For many who want to become a musician the thought of recording their music used to be a bit of headache, in the days of analogue for example the musician usually had to hire a recording studio, engineer and producer and sometimes session musicians to record a single.