I don’t count myself as a banjo or guitar player. Yet they keep showing up on my tracks… Back Down the Road a Bit About a year ago, I started to release a series of four albums in the DreamState series: Dreams, Liminal Space, Lucid Dreaming, and Awakening. At that time (and still to this […]
Community: After sharing on a forum, Stan Stewart acted on the feedback he received. That included a mea culpa and rare blog revision.
Piano sample libraries are plentiful. However, not all of them are satisfying to listen to or play. Stan Stewart checks out 49 of them.
Email marketing feels very vulnerable to solo artists. But can it be worth it to send that newsletter or announcement anyway?
Starting out in music can be daunting without a team. This guest post on muz4now blog recommends 5 people to add to yours.
A Brief Overview Piano tuning has a long tradition and history. It is considered an art form and is seen as somewhat of a magical skill-set to the uninitiated. This is because people generally don’t know much about the internal workings of their piano. If they have an upright piano, they generally don’t even know
A guest post on the muz4now blog offers 4 suggestions for getting discovered as a musician. Have you maximized all four?
A guest post on the muz4now blog: Ukulele vs. oud – which one is easier for beginners? How much will it cost and where can I get one?
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenging time for composers, and even as we move into the recovery period, the live music industry is still finding its footing. If you’re a composer, your income might still be suffering from a lack of work opportunities. But by livestreaming performances, selling sample packs of your music, and