How to choose the right DAW control surface to match your software, music production methods, and budget.
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Bristling with promise, this young rocker has written the second chapter in his career
The Events That Rocked Music—The Week of September 1
Transform your iPad into a fully-functional drum module loaded with sounds and training tools to sharpen your chops.
Powered high-fidelity headphones with a built-in audiophile amp
How to choose the right trumpet to match your music, skill level, and budget.
The huge projection and reverberant bass notes that pour out of the Martin Custom Sinker Mahogany Dreadnought are largely the result of the extraordinary wood used for the back and sides. But before we get to the guitar itself, the story behind that mahogany is a fascinating one worth telling.
How to choose the right clarinet to match your music, skill level, and budget.
Even though new technology is responsible for so much of how music today is played, recorded, distributed, and even listened to, it can sometimes meet with pockets of resistance. Musicians are artists, and the hallmark of an artist is often his/her open-mindedness. But even artists run the risk of becoming a traditionalist. Some writers wage a war on the nefarious ebook, some painters refuse to even acknowledge software that enables them to work on a computer, and there are musicians who listen with disdain to any electronically synthesized notes. Not all technological advances are for the greater aesthetic good, but many can lift an artist’s work to the next level.
Cut the cord for your live performances!