California arts grants

Close relationships in music are vital, and it’s quite common that you’ll end up where you want to go because of the people you know. So dust off those handy networking skills and go take your closest cohorts out for coffee! Keeping a musical relationship solid is hard work, especially Continue Reading

Youth music grants

Cardioid polar patterns are typically best for recording single voices as they offer the most noise rejection. Bi-polar, or bi-directional, pickup patterns are great for recording interviews as they capture sound from the front and back of the microphone. Omnidirectional pickup patterns capture sound from all directions, which is great for Continue Reading

R&b artists 2016

“Rockstar”: It’s hard to say how many chords this song really has. The way I hear it, it’s a C minor thing in the intro, and then you’re just swimming in a G minor and E♭ fish tank for the rest of the song. So that’s either a modulation from C minor to Continue Reading

International teaching fellowship

+ Join our email magazine, Soundfly Weekly, a thematic weekly review of relevant topics that shed light on making music and finding success in the music industry. In other words, more awesome stuff just like this. Sign up here. Recently someone posted this performance of the chaconne from J.S. Bach’s Violin Partita No.2 in Continue Reading