I was recently reminded of this article by Bret Pimentel. He talks about what you need to do when picking out your first instrument for college. […]
Last Friday I was asked to perform at Beth El Temple with harpist Haley Hewitt for a concert on Sunday. It was a short notice kind […]
Logistics. Maybe not the most exciting topic in the world, but every musician knows that a few minutes of planning can take a lot of pressure […]
I’m always looking for ways to help my students practice their scales more often. Like all of us, they usually want to work on just the […]
A demonstration of three beat repeats in an audio effect rack to create variety from a one bar drum pattern.
When we start taking music lessons, one of the first things we work towards is a simple practice routine. Our teachers might say “Practice for 20 […]
Julien Bayle released his Max for Live: Ultimate Zen Guide today. Previously available only in French it’s been edited and translated by Mark Towers. It’s a […]
This is a really interesting project combining scientific data, acoustic sounds (trumpet), and drum machines. A great blend of sounds, science, and philosophy.
Today’s an incredible day for clarinetists. Northwestern is hosting a massive archive of Robert Marcellus’ masterclass dating back to about 1979. This is going to be an […]
I needed a stand for my Push to use both in my studio and at gigs. Unfortunately, there wasn’t anything I could find that fit my […]