Cello Lessons: How To Progress Quickly And Fit Practice Into A Busy Schedule

If you're like most people, you don't have a lot of extra time to spend on your cello studies. You may be wondering how you can progress quickly and still fit practice into your busy schedule.  Normally, you'd rely on your cello instructor to give you tips and feedback when it comes to your practice routine and time management. However, since today's cello students may be learning the instrument via a variety of different formats, including YouTube, some helpful advice to enable you to get the most out of your practice time is in order. Read More 

Questions Everybody Wants To Know About Songwriters

Songwriters are often tasked with the responsibility of revealing human emotions and the human experience. This comes with a lot of responsibility and reward.  There is a lot to know about songwriting and the process of the songwriters involved. These are some of the answers to the questions you might have about your favorite songwriters. How Does Somebody Become a Songwriter? There is no one specific path to becoming a songwriter. Read More 

2 Reasons To Hire A Songwriter

Being able to sing and play music well is a talent. So is songwriting. Just because you have the talent to sing and play well doesn't mean that you have the talent to write the words or notes in your music, and that's OK. You can hire someone who does have those talents so that they can help you. In fact, you may even end up hiring one person to write lyrics and another to write the actual music. Read More 

Why You Should Buy Your Child A Plastic Flute

When most people think of a flute, they picture a musical instrument that is metal and has a silver finish. Flutes can be made of different materials, including nickel and silver, but your local musical instrument store may carry flutes that aren't made of metal at all. You'll often find plastic flutes at these retailers. Plastic flutes are the same size and shape as conventional metal flutes, and you play them in the same way. Read More