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Recording Session Tips

Invite only the essentials. Too many people at the studio can create unintended distractions, awkward moments and unnecessary stress. It’s the opposite of the more, the merrier. Read More »

Fourth of July Music

Music for Fourth of July celebrations in the United States could include the National Anthem, Star Spangled Banner, as well as other patriotic songs, such as God Bless America. Read More »

Take Your Keyboard to New Heights

When setting up a portable synth or digital piano for a performance, it’s tempting to prop up the keyboard stand at a reasonably convenient height and, for the sake of time, just start playing. But for this you may pay a price during your performance with the keys being somewhat out of position.  Read More »

Pivot Lessons

Changing your music lesson schedule is the time to ask your teacher for independent assignments. Take a moment at the start of your pivot lesson to plan ahead for the next season. Read More »

One Chord Songs

One-chord songs are the last minute musicians’ best friend. Whether you’re dealing with an emergency substitute guitar player or a young piano player called to the stage, you’ll want to have a couple of one chord songs in your back pocket to keep your side of the stage time agreement. Read More »