Annie Clements knows a thing or two about the music industry. For years, she’s worked as the bassist for country superstars Sugarland. We caught up with her for a chat before a show with Amos Lee.
When Brian Funk first filmed an Ableton tutorial in his basement five years ago, he wanted to maintain his anonymity. So the high school English teacher put on sunglasses and dubbed himself AfroDJMac.
Last Thursday, we launched our Musicians’ Tips & Tricks series with Neil Codling. Known for his work with Suede* and the Penguin Cafe, Neil offers tips for recording and tracking drums
PledgeMusic co-founder and Berklee Online instructor Benji Rogers stopped by our Boston offices to offer his advice on touring, merchandising, and more.
Discussions of imaginary barlines tend to get very mathematical. It’s easier to think of them in terms of clarifying syncopation. An imaginary barline is a notation convention designed to help the music reader know what’s syncopated—off the beat—and what’s not. It’s not an actual notation mark; it is an understanding and a notation convention. In […]