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The Truth About the Music Industry
As we all know, the music industry just isn't the same as it used to be. It used to be a thriving industry that always had something to offer for talent that could hold their own. Now.....Now, it is a desolate wasteland that produces mirages to lead in victims, then…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Sep 16, 2013  
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Money is In the Bass
Making money playing music isn't easy. However, if you are like millions of other musicians who feel like vomiting at the site of a normal day job, playing music for a living is the only option. For those, I'd like to introduce the bass. Oh yeah the bass, that 4…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Sep 24, 2014  
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Make Your Own Beats
For anyone who has a legitimate interest in learning how to make your own beats there are a few basics you will need to understand first. And why am I qualified to give you any info used to make your own beats? During 1997 - 1999 I studied guitar at…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 20, 2011  
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Don’t Buy the Roland Ax Synth Shoulder Synthesizer Till You Read This
The Roland AX Synth is a good looking piece of kit and is one of the new versions of its keyboard family. It has its own on-board self contained sound generator so there is no need for any external MIDI devices and it has loads of sounds which are directed…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 02, 2011  
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It Is Not Too Late! Your Dream Of Having The World Hear Your Music Is Still Possible!
It is never too late to make yourself happy. It is never too late to live and improve the quality of your life. People are only happy when they feel the motion of time and when they have the possibility to create in the flow of this movement. With every…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 19, 2015  
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Snoop Dogg Name Changes
Snoop Dogg changes his name to to Snoop Lion ! Snoop recently quoted in a press conference “I went to the temple, where a High Priest asked me my name. I replied, ‘Snoop Dogg.’ He looked me straight in my eye and said, ‘No more. You are the light; you…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 07, 2012  
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Bass: Is 4 strings enough?
Whatever happened to the traditional 4 string bass guitar? Doesn't anybody play 4 string bass anymore? What do you need all of those other strings for anyway? These are just some of the questions that I have heard in response to the ever evolving bass guitar. I feel that this…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 27, 2011  
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The hunt-for vintage instruments
As the saying goes. "One man’s junk is another man’s treasure". Never has a statement been so true. You can find just about anything a garage sales, yard sales and storage unit auctions. We will have a candid talk about the possibilities of finding a dream instrument, usually because someone…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jul 08, 2011  
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How to Play Sarangi Indian Classical Music Instrument Training Lessons Online By Gaalc
“I thought I had never heard anything more beautiful...as I listened, I Seemed for the first time to know something of the inner world about me. To me it seemed that evening as if the dumb had found a voice, and deaf ears had gained the power of hearing.” (A.C…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Feb 24, 2015  
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Dj Employment Opportunities - Turn A Hobby Into A Career
Essentially a DJ entertains an audience by selecting and playing music, by operating electronic or computerized music equipment. The nature of the work is such that you must enjoy working evenings and weekends, as the majority of the work can be found at those times. DJ's that work in nightclubs…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jul 20, 2015  
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Davy Jones Dies at 66: The Heartthrob Of the Monkees is Remembered Fondly
Davy Jones, born David Thomas Jones, in 1945, has died. Although he started acting as an eleven year old in his native England, he will be forever known as "the short, English one" as a member of the Monkees, winning that part in 1965. Jones, who made his home in…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Feb 29, 2012  
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You Need to Read This Review Before You Buy An Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar
What follows is a review of the Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar. It has the classic Les Paul looks, and is powered by two Alnico open coil humbuckers, an Epiphone 700T at the bridge and a 650R at the neck position. It has a master volume control and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 07, 2011  
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Roxette And their XXX Years Musical Journey, Keeps London Singing All Night
I have been waiting to see Roxette live for more then 15 years, and last night I have finally lived my dream. And boy what a night it was. I got my tickets bought from November, paid a small fortune, as they where front seats, but it was worth every…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   May 05, 2016  
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Building My First 5 - string Banjo
When I first started playing the 5-string, I bought a cheap $150 banjo. It was terrible but it gave me the basics to learn how to finger pick ( Scruggs Style ) and play a few tunes… it also taught me how the banjo is basically constructed. I started to…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 27, 2013  
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Canadian Country Music Continued
After many hours of practising on my 4 dollar guitar and plenty of blisters on my fingers, I was actually getting pretty good. I started playing along with country music songs on the radio and soon started to sing along. My mother saw how serious I was about learning and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 27, 2014  
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Why Rock Music Won't Make A Comeback
The demise of Rock Music has been well-documented and the only reminder of this genre are from the few "classic rock" radio stations around the country. Pop Music is the new genre of today's generation and Rock's last great band was in the early 1990s with Guns and Roses and…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 13, 2011  
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Dont Buy The KRK Rokit Rp8 Till You Read This
If you are a studio sound engineer, you not only need to trust your ears but also that your reference monitors are providing an accurate sound image as well. If they don't, then you do not know if your mixes will sound good in other listening environments. A good pair…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   May 30, 2011  
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You Are Three Cords Away From Becoming A Music Superstar
An American statesman and a four-star general in the United States Army Colin Powell once rejected: “A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” Every person usually dreams the best pictures about their future. Unfortunately we are not able to make the pictures real…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 19, 2015  
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When Songwriters License Music: The Difficulties With Collecting Royalties In A Changing Music Landscape
Music licensing is a major way for songwriters and musicians to generate income from their music. This is an especially ideal option for those who cannot tour or desire additional income from their creative works. Publishing rights organizations are responsible for collecting royalties on the behalf of songwriters and composers.…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   May 17, 2012  
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