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Ah, the classic concern of good music-loving neighbors everywhere: "Can I use a subwoofer without getting a noise complaint from my neighbors?" The fact that you're asking this first before you just start bumping the bass is fantastic, because it means you have a chance to be proactive about it. If you live in an […]
If you are within the age range of, let's say... 25-35 or so, then you'll remember this video. You don't know that you remember. It will burst forth from the deepest recesses of your memory, and you'll be like "OH YEAH!" And that, my friends, is the Animusic masterpiece called Pipe Dreams. The Animusic team […]
Will the real Slim shady please continue to defy the laws of the English language? There's a common belief that you can't rhyme anything with the word orange. It's one of those old wive's tales that isn't technically true, but it's fun to stump kids with. Many writers over the years have scratched their heads […]
Artists and musicians recording their tracks from home have got more resources on hand than ever before. Recently, I discovered a new website called Kollab that will definitely be of interest to any of our readers looking to find musicians and producers to help finish their tracks. Collaboration is the name of the game for […]
Meet Dominic Fragman, a multi-instrumentalist who sings, drums, and plays guitar… at the same time. He never has to worry about lining up schedules for his band to rehearse because he is his band. Do you remember Rahzel, in particular his song “If Your Mother Only Knew” from nearly 2 decades ago, where he would […]
Among the recent questions we've been helping readers out with, there were a couple very technical ones about recording and acoustic treatment. The third is about overcoming the obstacle of fear when it comes to pursuing music theory. It can be daunting at first and we have some advice regarding making progress... We like to […]