Sibelius 6 Unboxing

Sibelius 6 has a lot of cool updates. Unboxings are when you open up a product for the first time and video tape it for others to see. Here we have a number of Sibelius Music Programs… for YOU! That’s why there are more than one! Lots of cool features, so stay tuned for more […]

Stephen Colbert At Donors Choose NYC Event

The other day Stephen Colbert was at New York’s Manhattan Bridges High School in order to interview Charles Best of Donors Choose.org. For those unfamiliar, Donors Choose is “an online organization that allows teachers to request needed funding from individual donors for classroom projects not covered by school budgets.” Here’s video of me in the […]

11 Twitter Tips For Musicians

1.) Retweet. It not about you. It’s about me. It’s about the other guy and girl. Retweeting 2.) Become part of the community. Follow people of your interest, and share the love. 3.) Hashtags! Don’t just tweet – categorize your tweets! Hashtags allow people to connect through similar interests. If I Hashtag (#) a tweet […]

Change Of Heart

No more Guitar. I found my true passion: The paper. Ever since I first played the paper I instantly felt connected. Its like a weight was lifted off my shoulders. This is where I belong. I remember where I almost quit before. But the guitar drew me back in, but this time its this little […]

More Triplets (1 Of 2)

Triplets are the concept of fitting “3 notes in the space of two”. So in a measure of 4/4, we all know that quarter notes get the beat. As a result, there would be 2 eighth notes for every beat. But now if I fit 3 eighth notes in a beat rather than 2, I […]

Go Powerful. Not Big. Guitar Trick

I notice guitar players CONSTANTLY trying to go big. The truth is, that a lot of times going softer is more effective and powerful than simply turning the dynamics on full blast. But this is true for ALL aspects of life – whether it be public speaking, creating a painting, or recording technique. Salvador Dali […]

BPM (Beats Per Minute) Explained (1 Of 3)!

Beats Per Minute, or BPM, refers to tempo. Tempo is how fast (or slow) something is played. Quincy Jones always said that tempo is what makes the song. And its true! If you were to take a slow song and play it very fast, you’ll quickly realize that you have completely changed the dynamic feel […]

Having Trouble With Chord Changes! Tips!

OK, so we invited Juice back onto the show to show us MORE strumming tips, questions, and answers! When changing chords on guitar there are a few ‘tips and tricks’ to keep in mind. Watch the video below for more: Here’s help for switching between Chords: 1.) Slow down the tempo of the song. Alot […]