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Entries in education (3)


How To Create Your Track From Scratch Without Costs

Are you thinking of venturing in the music industry but you don’t have the money to support your dreams? Don’t worry. There is still room for you to make a professional hit track with that little that you have. Songwriting is not easy, and for you to become a real artist, it will take a lot of time before you feel you have taken your brand to the next level.

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Grammy-Winning Producer Don Sickler Launches The Newest Tool for Jazz Music 

 Don Sickler is no stranger to the jazz world. With over 30 years experience performing, arranging, producing, teaching and publishing he has seen this industry through the eyes of a musician and a businessman. He went on a quest to create a unique way to help musicians enhance their craft in the new digital age through the music of dedicated jazz artists. is the result of this quest: a resource for instrumental musicians, singers, and educators alike to find both new and old music from many of the greatest jazz composers of all time.

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Improving the Vitality of a Music Community through Community-Based Education Models 

The new musical business has created a democratized landscape whose positive effects allows fans access to more music than ever before and place the power to build musical careers squarely as the responsibility of the artist. There are negative effects though and a major one is that the incredible amount of available information makes navigating this landscape tedious and difficult. Without a roadmap it can be a fast track to obscurity as new models emerge and die rapidly. Musicians looking to successfully harness the power of this new business must dedicate a considerable amount of resources to current and actionable career building education. Contributing to this problem are that tips, tricks and skills accrued by successful musicians seems to be passed on in an oral tradition fashion, a high fidelity transmission of information but applied only as a one-to-one or a one-to-few model. Finally, very few effective non-institutionalized locations exist where musicians can share their knowledge and experience and help other bands develop their careers.

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