How Music Can Help Veterans

The power of music in its use as a therapeutic tool has long been known, and when it comes to individuals who have experienced significant trauma (such as veterans) music. Continue reading

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Singles Vs. Albums: What Performs Better In 2020 [VIDEO]

As the music economy continues to shift the ways in which we consume content, opinions differ on the ‘best’ way to release in the year. Here we look some tips. Continue reading

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How One Positive Listening Habit Will Improve Your Musicianship

While we all learn about music by listening to it, taking things a step further and working to implement positive passive listening can help make you a better musician. ____________________________________. Continue reading

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The Best Way(s) To Listen To Music

How we consume music is often almost as integral to the music we listen to as the music itself. Anyone who’s ever tried and failed to enjoy their favorite tracks. Continue reading

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The Attention Economy Has Peaked. What’s Next? [Mark Mulligan, MIDiA]

Attention saturation. Peak Attention. The attention economy. What do these buzz words have to to with the music of making music? Everything.

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Lessons In DIY Experimentation In Service Of Listening Longevity

Anthony Pappas takes a look back at some of the industry’s most envelope-pushing, experimental artists, and how taking chances creatively ultimately contributes to cultivating a lasting legacy.

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Ambient Music for Amicable Dining: How Sound, Music Impact Our Sense of Taste

Music’s ability to impact our thoughts, emotions, and physical bodies has long been known, but new research suggests that this influence also extends to the kitchen, and that music can. Continue reading

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The Upside To Releasing Your Music On Cassette

As with so many trends, how we consume music can seem as cyclical as anything else,  as most recently evidenced by the resurgence of cassette tapes. Much like vinyl, this. Continue reading

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It Bears Repeating: Why Repetition In Music Is A Good Thing

While on of the main complaints about satellite and broadcast radio is that the same songs get played over and over again, numbers suggest there's a major disconnect between what. Continue reading

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How My Ears And The World Have Changed

In this piece, Ellisa Sun takes us on a trip down memory lane and back again as she compares the music of her youth with more modern compositions, and looks. Continue reading

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