It’s Your Song, You Wrote It, and You Want to Record It at Home, the Way You Want
The song is in your head, and maybe even on paper. The thought of getting on your computer, hooking up a device that will capture your genius is captivating you. I know, I felt this way also, and in reality, I still do. What I didn’t know is what I was getting into, and the hours of research, trial and error, and sometimes prolithic insanity because it just was doing what I wanted it to do.Becoming a Musician – Creating a Game Plan
If you can answer these 10 questions, you will be well equipped and very well prepared for your career as a musician. Some of these questions are no brainers. Some you may not have ever given a thought to. You need to have answers for all of them. Trying to figure things out on the fly works in some industries, but not so much in the music world. Planning is key. If you make it all the way through this guide, you should be able to answer each question below. Life Lesson #1 – Make a plan and stick to it.How To Record An Album At Home
Learn how to record an album at home, obtaining the right gear for your studio, setting up a recording studio, and key concepts covered in home recording. Recording at home has become significantly cheaper within the last decade, and now there are many options to record at home without emptying a savings account.Understanding Music Copyright: Introduction and Explanation – How Long Copyright Lasts for in the UK
European sound recordings are currently only protected by copyright for 50 years. By contrast, the work of authors, songwriters and composers – the song rather than according – is protected for 70 years after their death, the total perhaps of 120 or 130 years.Leo Fender: Where Would We Be Without Him?
Leo Fender is a giant in the music industry. It is every inventor’s dream to create a product, have it patented and hope that others will value it enough to purchase or simply use it. What must it have been like for Leo Fender to not only see wide acceptance of his new products but to oversee the transformation of the entire industry and the creation of an entirely new music genre. Where would we be without him? Yes, indeed.