Sick for the gig? Making Music

Sick for the gig?

No Comments 23 April 2016

Here are some practical tips from the Disc Makers Echoes blog to help you deal when stars (and germs) align to make you sick for the gig you’ve been looking forward to play.

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BAM is OTO Machines’ musical, retro reverb box

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BAM is OTO Machines’ musical, retro reverb box

No Comments 20 April 2016

From the Create Digital Music blog: Reverb: it’s something everyone needs. And yet in hardware, you almost always see the same couple of boxes.

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Connecting with your audience

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Connecting with your audience

No Comments 18 April 2016

Musical gifts are not meant to be kept to ourselves, which means at some point you’re going to have to deal with connecting with your audience: AKA the consumers of your musical product. Disc Makers Echoes explores this topic.

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Songwriting: Walking That Line

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Songwriting: Walking That Line

No Comments 18 April 2016

From the USA Songwriting Competition blog: There’s a line between art and commerce and for some people, it’s wide enough to walk. Finding a way to do it is an art in itself.

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Songwriting on a schedule

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Songwriting on a schedule

No Comments 13 April 2016

Limiting your songwriting time may seem counter-intuitive, but it can help fuel your creativity in interesting and unexpected ways. Find out how on the Disc Makers Echoes blog.

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Advice from a vocal producer

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Advice from a vocal producer

No Comments 10 April 2016

A vocal producer is a specialist who concentrates on getting the best vocal performance possible. These eight tips on the Disc Makers Echoes blog come from a seasoned pro and will help you focus on how to bring your best vocal performance to the stage and studio.

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Songwriting Tip: Legal Issues With Songwriter Collaborations

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Songwriting Tip: Legal Issues With Songwriter Collaborations

No Comments 10 April 2016

From the USA Songwriting Competition blog: Under the US copyright law, an author or creator owns a copyright in his or her work the moment it is “fixed in a tangible medium” (i.e., the moment the expression of an idea is written down or recorded in some manner).

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