How to Produce Music at Home
I started recording my own music back in 1986. Things have change a whole lot since then. With the digital revolution came about a freedom. In this article I will lay out the guidelines on how to prepare for your recording session, microphone placement for acoustic drum set, getting the most from your digital audio workstation, mixing, implementing plug ins, and finally mastering your album. I will also explain how to set up your own record company. Remember, the more money you keep, the more projects you can release; I’ll also tell you how to get your albums listed for sale on Amazon.com.Stevie Nicks Gleerified!
The Queen of Rock ‘n Roll Stevie Nicks is back with ‘In Your Dreams’. Her first solo studio album in a decade released May 4, 2011 that caused tremors among Stevie Nicks’ fans around the globe. Music reviewers claim that the album is one of her best.3 Stevie Nicks Song Facts
Legendary rock star Stevie Nicks is back with her good old raspy vocals, signature bangs, high-heeled boots, chiffon lace dresses and her latest album ‘In Your Dreams’. Yes, you’ve been waiting for it and now it’s here. The album was released May 4, 2011 and now widely available in your favorite record bars.Beatmaking Software Changing the Industry
The music industry has changed so much in recent years now anyone with even the smallest amount of musical talent can use a beatmaker to make music. These programs make it very easy for anyone to make it into the music business. There are so many people now using these programs to make beats and market them online. Most of these people do not have any musical training, yet if you listened to the songs they create with beatmakers you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between these songs and the ones that are professionally made.Hip Hop Music Is Timeless: Don’t Put an Expiration Date on Your Favorite Music
What are the keys to making timeless Hip Hop Music? How can some artists have careers that span their whole lifetime while others barely scratch the surface? This article addresses this challenge.