The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on musicians. Therapist Claudia Glaser Mussen, who works with musicians regularly, shares mental health tips to help cope with coronavirus anxieties.
Eric Zawada knows a thing or two about taking music classes online as an academic advisor and bachelor’s degree student at Berklee Online. He has five tips to help you navigate the musical education experience, whether it’s a choice or result of social distancing.
5 Ways for Musicians to Collaborate While Practicing Social Distancing Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak
Social distancing can be a strange new concept for musicians who are used to playing in bands and being around other creatives on a regular basis. Here are five ways that you can collaborate with other musicians while waiting out coronavirus.
For bands like the Boston-based metal act Worshipper, canceling the last leg of their US tour due to coronavirus fears is a last resort that’s out of their control.
Singing a New Song: Dr. Krystal Prime Banfield on the Importance of Teaching Popular Music in the Classroom
Dr. Krystal Prime Banfield doesn’t just want to teach popular music, she wants to inspire others to teach it as well.
One aspect about the Behringer K-2 that’s especially cool is that the original Korg MS-20 patches match up very closely with the K-2’s front panel.
Including music in your YouTube videos that isn’t yours can be risky business. In this video, learn all about how to avoid a Content ID flag!
Peter Bell has written countless jingles for brands like Nike, RC Cola, Converse, and the American Red Cross, so he knows a thing or two about writing music for advertising.
Rock historians get especially excited when a new decade rolls around, because a new decade can usher in a time of intensely creative changes, including dramatic debuts and last hurrahs.