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Create a Music Business - Turn Your Passion into Your Career

One characteristic most successful people have in common is that they all manage to find a way to make a living doing what they most enjoy. For example, a famous actor finds a way to make acting his life career, a successful business man build his own business, a music producer turns his music studio into his full-time business.

So if, music is your passion-- One must find a way to make a living in the music industry. One of the things we hear a lot from local music bands…


Posted on June 20, 2017 at 6:23am

Music, Dance & Theatre - An Age Old Entertainment

Two of the oldest forms of entertainment that passionately narrate stories of the heart are music and dance. For religion, for love and for tragedy, music and dance have always been there telling us tales that tug at our heartstrings and that captivate us in more ways than we can imagine.


Music, dance and theatre are international forms of entertainment but vary from place to place and from culture to culture. Watching a theatrical performance that combines music and dance is…


Posted on June 2, 2017 at 8:06am

Understand a Voice Over Recording Studio: Helene Goldnadel

When we think of a recording studio the picture that pops up in our mind is of an artist's workroom where tapes and records are stored. However, the reality is much more complex then the imaginary figure.


A recording studio has much to do with Sound. Even though it is not related to music but still a Recording studio will deal sound in some or the other form. So if you are planning to set up a Recording Studio you need to pay special attention to acoustic factors affecting…


Posted on May 24, 2017 at 1:23am

Voice Singing and Exercise by Helen Nadel

With much air, there is much sound. With little air, there is little sound. With no air, you're dead. Which would you prefer?

Having sufficient air is foundational to the sound you should produce with your singing voice. Breathing in a full amount of air correctly has to become second nature so that you are not caught off guard with not having enough air to sustain and hold a note or hit that high note.

The more air your lungs are able to hold, the more…


Posted on May 17, 2017 at 6:05am

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