Well, I’m back with another weekly digest.
Yes, I did end up missing a week due to my general state of busy-ness. April has been pretty relentless, in fact, and I’m working on getting things a little more streamlined.
But for now let’s wind down with another review of a week gone by.
Recording An Album, Part 8: How to Determine the Track Sequence or Playlist of An Album
Goemon5 is back with the final installment in the record an album series. This time, he shares insights into track sequencing.
David Andrew Wiebe to Speak at WordCamp Calgary
I’m really excited to be sharing at WordCamp Calgary this year. I look forward to seeing you there – make sure to book off May 28 and 29.
Lessons in Creativity, Part 1: Productivity
I have plenty of lessons to share with you with regards to creativity. This installment, in particular, is about productivity.
Music Industry How To
In case you don’t already know, I contribute new content to Music Industry How To on a weekly basis as a staff writer. If you’d like to learn about becoming a member to gain access to all of the content, click here.
Here’s what’s new this week.
How To Get Interviews On Music Blogs
From my own research, interviews tend to be among the most shared content on music blogs. That means getting featured can be to your advantage. In this guide, you’ll learn how to get more coverage.
Oh yeah, and submitting a story might be one way to get featured here on TME.
How To Easily Find Notes On Guitar Using Octaves
When you first start playing the guitar, it’s kind of a nebulous thing, and learning the fretboard can be kind of challenging. By using octaves, you can get a head start on the process.
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Author: David Andrew Wiebe
David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, investing, and music instruction. In addition to helping musicians unlock their full potential, he also continues to maintain a touring schedule with multiple bands.