A book review of Sammy Stein’s “Fabulous Female Musicians”
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Normally, I don’t like to let the “cat out of the bag” early. But in this case I’ll make an exception. (This is what a preview is, after all.) Preview City I hope you’ve been enjoying these DreamState suites at least half as much as I have been enjoying creating them. Each one is a
Check back next week for the whole album. Just a taste of the 10 track album, Love’s Shifting Nature. (If the “webstory” above doesn’t display, click here to view it in a new window.) You may also click on the titles here: Dominant Mode Three Sheets and No Wind Dominant Mode Naked (music video below)
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Stan Stewart compares and reviews three (3) banjo virtual instruments from Ample Sound, Orange Tree Samples, and RealiTone.
The debut cover album, “play the traditional music of Walk Like A Cow”, reviewed by Stan Stewart: here’s what he heard in these 6 tracks.
Stan Stewart reviews the year and sends his big, annual “Thank You” card to supporters.
Stan Stewart reviews the Sterling Audio SP150SMK studio condenser microphone for recording male vocals. For comparison, he uses a R0de NT1a.
2017 was a year of change. And I’m not even talking about politics or the business of being an independent musician. Though these have had a significant impact on me, I will only be reviewing my personal moments from the year. Change is what it is. It’s not bad or good. It is what you
The sound of the acoustic piano is so evocative. It is a percussion instrument, so perhaps it harkens us back to the hand-drumming that pounded deep in our bodies from ancient times. Or perhaps the brilliant harmonics engage with a soulful part of ourselves beyond our understanding. Or maybe we heard that lovely sound and