Music therapy involves clinical use of musical interventions to achieve therapeutic goals such as overcoming depression and anxiety. It is often used as a tool in inpatient drug rehab centers. In the realm of addiction, music is an evidence-based therapy that is popular in health communities. Research tells us that music therapy, when performed by […]
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Gear Fever – many of the musicians I know have had it at one time or another. Check your temperature and follow these tips to musical health.
Stan Stewart compares and reviews three (3) banjo virtual instruments from Ample Sound, Orange Tree Samples, and RealiTone.
Last week, I shared with you “what is a requiem?” Historically, choirs would sing most requiems accompanied by a variety of instruments. But during this pandemic, scientists have warned us that it may be dangerous to sing together. Though it does not compare to the loss of lives, the loss of live music was another
An organ, a play on words, and a request
Stan Stewart shares “Orange U Glad” jazz/Americana fusion track to highlight and review sound libraries from Orange Tree Samples.
How can indie musicians (and others) who fall into addiction find health care that helps them and is affordable? Check out these tips.
Stan Stewart checks out some of the cool sounds in VIEGO sound library from Rigid Audio. Don’t miss the video at the end of the post.
I don’t know if I’ll leave this post here. It’s difficult to predict if the music losses will be short or long term. But it became obvious that anything I could write about would be avoiding the most prevalent and obvious subject: coronavirus or COVID-19. Don’t Work: Stay Safe Music losses may not be the