Hey, all! I’m back with another weekly digest.
If you’re one to check in frequently, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been adding a lot of new content as of late, so I have plenty to share with you this week. Let’s get into it.
Recording An Album, Part 5: Session Musicians
Dr. Goemon5 rallies with another fantastic guest post on the topic of recording an album. You will laugh, you will learn.
How & Why I Started The Listening Room Series
This post comes from the talented Deanne Matley, who recently started a Listening Room in Calgary – it’s one of the best things happening in the local music scene right now.
Brad Robinson from Cantabile Shares How His Live Performance Software can Help Musicians
I recently connected with Brad on Fizzle, and found out about his amazing software that helps keyboardists, particularly in live situations.
Should I Go to School for Sound Engineering or Learn From Home with Music Production Courses?
Here’s another first-timer to the blog – Sujain Thomas asks an important question: should you go to school for music production, or should you learn from home? I’m all for taking online courses myself.
Music Industry How To
In case you didn’t 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 Starting As A Local Musician For Hire Can Help You Gain More Exposure
Different career paths for different folks – this one is all about starting as a musician for hire in your locality and leveraging your connections to take your career to the next level.
How To Rapidly Progress From Playing One String To Three Strings On The Guitar
It bothers me a bit when guitar teachers try to teach their students chords in the first lesson. Don’t get me wrong – it can work, but not in every circumstance. Here’s an alternative method that I’ve found helpful.
I’m a regular contributor over at JTV Digital. Here’s what’s new:
A Beginner’s Guide to Snapchat for Musicians
Ever thought about using Snapchat to market your music? Here’s what you need to know.
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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.