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Monthly Archives: May 2009
James Frankel recently wrote a book released on Hal Leonard titled “Teachers Guide to Music, Media, and Copyright”. It sparked my interest, as I am a big fan of Larry Lessig and Creative Commons, and have self published my own … Continue reading
The most important part to being online is being offline. Break away from your computer. Meet people, go on tour. The bottom line in all of this is that hugs and handshakes make the difference. So get out there and … Continue reading
Using tension in your chords is very effective. Music (and life) is all a series of tension and release. So to play a chord that is outside of a key signature, it creates tension, which makes your ear NEED to … Continue reading
Using basic chords might be all that is called for – but what if you wanted to add color? What about piano? Well, look no further! Here is a quick overview (pun intended) of the basic idea of adding flavor … Continue reading
As of May 14, 2009 AOL Music is still the biggest Music website. in the world with over 27 million listeners. Meanwhile MySpace is in a close second. This raises an interesting point – is Myspace dead? Hardly.
Today, Twitter did the dumbest thing ever, and took away @Replies from people. Then finally, after the community uproar decided to retract their steps and bring it back. As a marketing and social media guy specializing in music, I always … Continue reading
To learn more about NYC Revision 3 events go here In this picture David Chaitt (@Chaitters), Jon Accarrino (@Accarrino), Jim Louderback (@JLouderb), me, Anthony Perry (ajperry74), and Daniel Delaney. Last night I hosted my first Revision3 meetup. It was at … Continue reading
In my show you’ll notice I use the Trademark 30 amplifier and their assortment of pedals. The other day I visited Tech 21 and was met by Dale Krevens and Andrew Barta, long time sponsors of my show! My show … Continue reading
Epic. Enjoy :)
When you’re trying to ‘break the cycle’ and learn new scales (or memorize ones) then its easy to learn them by skipping strings. This is because you use different permutations while skipping strings, which forces you to learn them quicker. … Continue reading
So let’s speak to each other!
This is similar to the Circle of Fifths. Watch above and learn!