Month: April 2010

Beginner Guitar Scales Lesson Made Simple

Author: Guitar Lessons for Beginners

Most popular music, whether it’s rock, blues, or even country, is based on a few common scales, so we’re going to start with those.

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Specifically, we’ll look at the major and minor scales, and the major and minor pentatonic scales. These are fairly simple guitar scales that are extremely useful in a wide variety of musical contexts.Continue reading Beginner Guitar Scales Lesson Made Simple

Increase Your Vocal Range With These Four Secrets

By Jane D Thomson

Do you know what your favorite singing stars all have in common? Besides the fact that they’ve racked up millions of dollars doing exactly what they’ve always dreamed of…

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Besides the thrill of performing again and again in front of thousands of adoring fans…

Besides a rock solid career that has lasted many years?Continue reading Increase Your Vocal Range With These Four Secrets

Recording Studio Setup – Top 5 Tips For Garage Bands

by John B Murray

Recording studio setup is the icing on the cake when you have a band. Starting your own band is a real thrill. However, an even greater thrill is when you have finally written enough songs to record your own music and are able to send it out to prospective music industry executives.

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You want the sound quality to be perfect, so you can really showcase the music and what your band is about to industry A&R representatives. It is they who will ultimately pass on your golden ticket to a recording deal. Your bands demo has to be perfect but what if you do not have the money to record in a fancy studio, though? Not to worry, you can create your own recording studio setup, at home, and receive just as great a result.Continue reading Recording Studio Setup – Top 5 Tips For Garage Bands