With Ether is made up of two amazing musicians. Simon Leong and Alasdair Poon are an Acoustic Guitar Duo that specializes in Guitar music, Covers, Originals themed around video games, anime, and pop culture. “In Japanese Role-Playing video games, Ether is an item commonly used to restore the player’s life force; in 2009, we formed with a mission statement to create music with that same … Continue reading Featuring With Ether
Hold Music From The View Of The Customer Hold music brings a little something something to the stresses of being on hold. Being on hold is something that everyone has had to sit through in one way or another. The modern world is built on technology and that includes a lot of phone calls and thus, a lot of hold music. Whether it’s a simple … Continue reading Hold Music From The View Of The Customer
The Electric Bass for beginners: Where it Fits, Proper Technique, and First Lessons is guest written by Adan Meza. Introduction to The Electric Bass Hi there, my name is Adan and welcome to a beginner’s lesson to playing the bass. If you need a refresher on how notes work or on how to properly hold a bass, then please scroll down to resources and read … Continue reading The Electric Bass for beginners: Where it Fits, and Proper Technique
Music Piracy has resurfaced as a conversation during the covid-19 pandemic due to the financial struggles of Musicians and their audience. “Unfortunately, this is a conversation that will never go away. Pandemic or not, people will still pirate music and we will have to keep working on ways around it,” explains Angeles Joselito. Joselito owns and operates Apollo Entertainment Company, playing for live events such … Continue reading Music Piracy During Covid-19
Kerdessa Gibson (She/Her), is a 21-year-old student currently taking her Animal health technology at Lakeland University. Her classes are a mixture of online and in person. Continue reading Students during Covid – 19; Q&A with Kerdessa Gibson
Students During Covid – 19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Add in the pandemic, and it’s a whole new story. Continue reading Students during Covid – 19 Q&A with Kassandra Chadd.
Students During Covid – 19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Add in the pandemic, and it’s a whole new story. Continue reading Students during Covid–19; Q&A with Sam Fauque
Nathan Love (He/Him) is a 21-year-old student currently taking his Bachelor of Arts major in history at MacEwan University. His Classes are mostly online. He is one of the students taking the pandemic into their own hands! Continue reading Students during Covid-19; Q&A with Nathan Love
Shauna Lee Is an international student travelling from Canada to University College Cork in Cork, Ireland. There she is taking her Ph.D. in Museum Studies. Continue reading Students During Covid – 19; Q&A With Shauna Lee
Students During Covid-19 have more than just a full load to deal with. Students have a full load when they take on school; exams, studying, assignments, extracurricular. They do all this while balancing a healthy life, and a job. Continue reading Students during Covid–19; Q&A with Bryann L.
at of choice related to sound quality, aesthetics, and collectability. Some people may purchase music on only one type of format, while others buy both. However, when it comes to the environment, a new set of questions arise. Continue reading CDs or Vinyl? – Sustainable Music Listening
Redbubble takes care of the actual creation, manufacturing, and distribution of the product. Switching styles merely provides the creative element and promotes our own works of art. Our margin is between 15% and 20% of what the purchase price is. Continue reading Selling Switching Styles Merch With Redbubble
From a dream to action, it’s hard to know where to even start when it comes to building a career. Especially when that career is as subjective and ever changing as the music business. Continue reading Advice For Musicians By Musicians
Orchestral music may have gotten its start around the renaissance in the 17th century, but it hasn’t lost its relevancy as a music genre. Current research from the Canadian Council of the arts, and Orchestra Canada shows an increase in revenue and attendance for orchestra performances between 2018 and 2019. However, that’s increase has ended with the rest of the music industry since the start of Covid-19. Continue reading Orchestras During Covid-19
This Corona pandemic has also made music at the media forefront. This includes getting music online both from streaming and illegal services and encouraging a conversation on music piracy. Continue reading Music piracy amid a pandemic; Interview with Cody Blakely