Music Industry Articles
Musicians-Are you securing your vehicles during gig?
This article goes out to musicians who struggle to get to their gigs, only to find out that their vehicles are not securely locked, parked or generally safe. vital is this discussion because I want to share some suggestions along with a personal experience that shows we rely on our…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jul 13, 2011  
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Home Recording Studio Setup
This is an article On Home Recording Studio Setup that includes basic instruction of what type of computer is possibly needed , the software that I use to generate the program and some other information that I have tried and worked with . I endorse no one's product except for…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 28, 2011  
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Just Tell Them You Are A Musician
Are you a musician? Are you launching your career? Are you good enough? If yes, then you have to know something important. Experienced musicians recollecting the first days mention different items which they find from their point of view drastic and decisive. To make any success in the music industry…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 19, 2015  
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From Classic Rock to Hip Hop?
After having spent Thirty seven years in the music industry, I have finally been forced to take a look at a style of music I have avoided until recently. My son has now taken me to a place where I need to move from classic rock to hip hop. Why…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Mar 30, 2012  
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Before You Buy Mackie Hr824 Mk2 Studio Reference Monitors - Read This
This article provides a review of the Mackie HR824 Mk2 Studio Reference Monitors. The Mackie Hr824 Mk2 is the affordable alternative to the Mackie HR monitor. So, if you want something that is really good but can't afford to buy the best, these are the second best which are not…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 07, 2011  
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I can play multiple Instruments
What is this I hear, that you play many Instruments? Do you know such a person? I know a couple of friends that are accomplished at a few. I felt that we could talk a little on this subject because there are quite a number of people that feel they…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 08, 2012  
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Great Mastering Is Within Anyone’s Reach With Online Mastering Services
Creating music is more than a hobby for many artists—it’s a passion. For those who are independently creating music, however, running into difficulty when it comes to the production stage is quite common. While getting studio time to record can be affordable and easy (in fact, ambitious artists can create…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 02, 2014  
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How Vocal Lessons In Frisco TX Keep Your Voice Healthy
Tracking down vocal lessons in Frisco TX is more difficult than it might seem. The trick to finding the right vocal instructor lies in finding someone who has the experience to balance both your vocal strengths and weaknesses. Everyone has elements of their voice that are inherently strong. These are…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 10, 2015  
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Affordable Mastering Online
Audio mastering is not commonly understood. It is doubtless one of the most mystified part of CD, MP3, DVD and other audio production processes. Some people even ask: "Do we still need it?" On the other hand "What's wrong with my tracks?" - you might ask. "Why aren't they as…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 16, 2011  
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Dont Buy the M-audio Bx5a Deluxe Active Studio Monitors Till You Read This!
M-Audio do not do things by halves. When they brought out the Studiophile BX5A studio monitors which are a fraction of the price of their flagship monitors, you would probably think that they would cut some corners and take some more expensive components out. They didn't. The BX5A monitors are…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   May 31, 2011  
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What is Required to Be A Music Producer?
Being a music producer is not an easy task. It takes a lot of efforts and knowledge about the music. The main work of a music producer is to write, arrange, produce and record songs. Either they are helping in shaping the sound of an artist album or creating beats…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Feb 26, 2016  
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Bret Michaels And Girlfriend Kristi Gibson Have Cancelled their Engagement
Just recently it seems that the pressure the relationship has put on both Kristi Gibson and Bret Michael was too much and after a long time of them struggling to make it work, they have finally called of their engagement. When the news got to the radio stations and the…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 01, 2012  
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Tricks for Mixing Vocals
Professional recording studio engineers have a big bag of tricks they that can pull from during the mixing stages of a recording project. Each engineer has a few go to mixing techniques that they will use sometimes in almost every song they produce. There are many variations of the same…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 16, 2013  
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Street performers-A hidden treasure?
What are your thoughts on street performers? Our discussion is centered on the folks who endeavor to make a little music, do a little dance or tell a few jokes, you name it it’s out there......You can get all of this for some change or If you're feeling generous, leave…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jul 07, 2011  
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How to Rent A Musical Instrument for School
How do you tell which instrument is the best one when you need to rent? There are several ways of leasing Musical Equipment Rental. Since instruments are expensive, renting one is the best way to know how well it work and how well you'll like playing the instrument. Renting a…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Feb 24, 2015  
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When Are You Too Old To Continue To Chase The Dream Of Becoming A Music Success?
Once a famous Spanish painter, sculptor, graphic artist, theatrical artist, ceramist, designer and life-lover said: “I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it”. He is Pablo Picasso who died when he was 91 years old, he was rich,…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 19, 2015  
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Series: Getting the Best Performance for Your Music Recording
Part 1. Hire pro musicians. I've noticed so many independent music makers such as songwriters, producers, music supervisors etc, don't even consider getting the best players to be part of their new recording project. It rarely even crosses their minds, and when it does they often immediately shy away. Yes…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Feb 27, 2012  
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Dont Buy A Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Till You Read This
What follows is a review of the Fender Standard Telecaster. The Fender Standard Telecaster electric guitar is the oldest solid body guitar in the world, with the design itself being over 60 years old. There are no restrictions, acoustically, with solid body guitars which is why you see so many…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 07, 2011  
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The art of noise?
Can you imagine being wakened by an abrupt shriek? Or maybe during your family's dinner hour, you hear what sounds like a commutor train's skreeching brakes, along with never ending bumps and thumps and giant pots and pans, being thrown to the floor repeatedly! What you've experienced is the title…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 26, 2011  
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Finding the Right Niche for Film Writers In the Industry
Starting a career of a film writer is not an easy task at the first place, because film writers are more of a part of the industry and know how to sell scripts. Over the years, the world of entertainment has changed in more ways than one, and one has…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 02, 2014  
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YMCMB Hoodies and other clothing
The YMCMB brand created by Young Money and Cash Money records is one of the hottest brand of hip hop clothing out today. The design of most of the YMCMB clothes is really simple but yet goes with anything you would probably have in your wardrobe. Some of the more…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Oct 15, 2011  
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Whats Happening to the Live Music Industry
There have been so many changes over the last 25 years in the live music industry, I don't know where to begin. It doesn't seem that long ago that Portland, Oregon had the most live music clubs in the US. Yes, that's the truth. The live music scene here in…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Apr 13, 2011  
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Cine Movie Time, Watch Your Favorite Movies
How About Internet Streaming Movies. written by: cheiayub112 Movie watchers are sometimes likened to book readers. Some watch a movie once or maybe twice to catch whatever dialogue or scenes missed during the first sitting. Others may be so drawn to certain movies due to various pull factors such as…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 13, 2015  
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Why Choose Stem Mastering?
What is it all about? The idea of stem mastering comes from group mixing. It is significantly easier to handle with groups on an analog mixer than individual chanels. We can sum the drum tracks into one stereo sub bus making it possible to set the volume of the whole…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   May 15, 2012  
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Jay Z Net Worth 2012
Rap artist today are knowing more and more about the business. For example artist/businessman Jay Z is very successful. In 2012 he was estimated to be worth $475 million. Wow! I'm pretty sure all of it didn't come from the music industry but one thing to keep in mind is,…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Dec 17, 2012  
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Do you Book your own Gigs?
Getting out and performing can be challenging enough but when you book your own shows, you could be working over-time in the stress department. Let’s talk about some of the aspects of being your own booking agent vs. hiring someone to keep you gigin. Are you working a regular job?…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jul 02, 2011  
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Operating Wireless Speakers Via Iphone Or Ipad
These days everyone is using smartphones, iPhones, and iPads. Hardly you can find anyone without these. They have become nowadays necessity of our life. If you want to listen to your favorite music tune simply play audio via iPhone or iPad. I agree these do have in-built speakers that helps…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Nov 24, 2014  
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On Having Your Own Booking Agency
Booking agencies secure work for clients they represent. These clients may be either entertainers, celebrities, models or musicians. The requirements to put up a booking agency vary depending on state laws. Some states require a business permit only while others require license and formal training. Booking agents generate income in…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Aug 14, 2015  
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Learn How to Produce Music - Music Producing Software
More and more people are looking at the ways to learn how to produce music and maybe create their own tunes these days. I think this is mainly down to the influx of PC sequencers and Pro Tools type programs and their relative ease to use compared to using the…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jan 05, 2012  
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Dont Buy the Line 6 Spider IV 75 Guitar Combo Amplifier Till You Read This
When you take the Line 6 Spider IV guitar amp from the box, you will notice just how light it is. This doesn't mean that it is light on features but just means that you can take it on the road with no hassle at all. The Line 6 Spider…
By:  in  Arts and Entertainment  >  Music Industry   Jun 04, 2011  
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