How the Internet changed the Music Industry The Internet changed everything we know. It changed the way we read, do research, shop, watch movies, work, and, of course, listen to music. While a few years ago you had to wait for an artist to release a new album in order to enjoy music or go through the challenge of recording something from the radio, which was extremely difficult without some proper equipment, now the Internet is filled with music
Quality In an interview with Tony Robbins, I picked up a very interesting thing that Tony said: Nobody is NOT going to read your article because it is too short! It's a very strong statement to the point and it got me thinking. If you provide value, the length really doesn't matter at all. And this can be applied not only to the written word but also video or even podcasts. As long as you are providing quality and
Famous quotes from Famous Composers - Part II Our history enjoyed some amazing composers, real musical geniuses that lived and breathed for music. They are the people whose music is still alive even in our days, being compositions that never grow old and are appreciated by generation after generation. To have a glimpse of their amazing minds, it is enough to take a look at these quotes, left behind by some of the most famous composers of our times.
Give Yourself Permission to Succeed Hi there, Frank here. I'd like to start this article with a confession! In my past few years, I was asking for permission a lot! I was looking for someone to give me permission to make particular decisions like trying new things, saying 'yes' to the jobs that looked too big for me or saying 'no' to the jobs I simply didn't want to do. Over time I realized two important things: 1) Asking
The History of Musical Instruments In this article, let's be more general about music and actually, I'd like to write about the history of musical instruments. Everybody loves music and, thankfully, there is a wide range of genres to choose from, so that each of us can find the kind of music she or he enjoys. But, did you ever wonder how music appeared and when? Was it a deliberate gesture or did it happen by accident, as with
Inside the Community - Marc Bercovitz - From your Musical Idea to the Full Orchestral Score Going from your first musical idea to the full orchestral score may look like a very difficult and complex task at first glance but in reality, it only needs a bit of organization to get it done and M.I.T.A. offers some great tools for that. There is not only one correct way of how one should approach composition and orchestration, each task demands
Approaches of Work-Life Balance as a Freelancer Having the possibility of becoming your own boss and enjoying a flexible schedule, in other words becoming a freelancer, appears as a very attractive option. It is, but only if you manage to find the balance between life and work. You see, when you’re working as a freelancer, having your office at home, in most cases, it is very easy to mix life with work, which is not healthy (for various reasons).
Inside the Community – Nathanael Iversen – Creativity and Freedom The key here is to start small - with something simple - almost insignificant. Find joy, interest or whatever emotion you are looking for in a small snippet. Don’t ask for the whole thing at once. You’ll get so much that you won’t be able to write it all down, think about it or deal with it. Ease into the Pool, celebrate that little bit, let it grow on