Artist’s Guide To Preparing For Winter Isolation

While summer has provided many in the US with a little bit of breathing room (literally), the coming season, and a lack of any guaranteed vaccine, mean bands and artists. Continue reading

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Accepting, Embracing the Musician That Is You

Int his piece, Erica Snipes weighs in on the psychological challenges of spending quarantine cloistered with your instrument, and the self-criticism and comparison to others that inevitably seems to occur,. Continue reading

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Building Your Confidence As A Beginner Singer

Many people who are just starting out as singers often struggle with having confidence in their abilities, which can often negatively impact their performance, even if the talent is there.. Continue reading

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How To Improve Your Musical Talents

Not everyone is gifted with musical talent, but even for those with a natural affinity for music music hone these skills in order to maximize their ability. In this piece. Continue reading

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How to Get Into a Good Quarantine Practice Routine [Sample Schedule]

With many artists unable to perform live, and often stuck at home facing a profound lack of structure, effective time management can be a challenge. Here we look at how. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: Music As A Free Commodity

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Marq-Paul Larose: What You Need BEFORE Leaving the Rehearsal Studio Michael Shoup: Music as a Free Commodity MORE:

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MTT Weekly Recap: The Right Mindframe For Acquiring Fans

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Cecili Simmons: Make Practice Perfect Rob Dix: Band merch 101: What to make, how to make it, how to sell it MORE:

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Make Practice Perfect

If you have ever had to learn anything or have ever participated in sports, you have probably heard the phrase “Practice makes perfect”. On Music Think Tank, Cecili Simmons discusses. Continue reading

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