Why You Should Consider Music Summer Camp Even If Your Child Isn't Interested In Music

Posted on: 3 June 2016

Are you a parent who wishes that your child was interested in music? Perhaps you have tried to introduce them to music in various ways with little success in perking their interest. If so, as you explore summer camp opportunities, do not overlook the benefits that a music summer camp could offer your little one. The following are some of the benefits that your child could get from music camp even if they are not presently showing signs of interest in music.
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4 Swinging Reasons Your Business Needs A Jukebox

Posted on: 11 March 2016

A jukebox is a fun piece of American history that gives a nostalgic vibe to any location. Whether your small business is a restaurant, a salon, or even a store, you will find that adding a jukebox has some terrific benefits. Here are a few.  Hit the Nostalgia Button A fabulous, old-fashioned jukebox is something that not every business can boast. Clients will enjoy the originality of seeing and listening to the jukebox in your business, and curious folks will be more likely to come take a look.
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How A B-Bender Guitar Can Up Your Country Music Game

Posted on: 23 January 2016

There are certain aspects of country music that any guitarist needs to master in order to faithfully play hits of the genre's giants, and one of these aspects is the characteristic "twang" that seems to be ever-present in country music of past and present. One way to get this sound very easily is by using a B-bender guitar, or a guitar with the B-bending attachment added on after manufacturing. Here are some key points about this mechanism and what makes it perfect for bringing your country music game to the next level.
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Soundproofing An At-Home Recording Studio

Posted on: 2 December 2015

Whether you're a hobbyist musician or a professional voice actor, having an at-home recording studio can be incredibly convenient. But no matter how much you invest in your technology, you're still likely to encounter some issues with background noises. A professional recording studio is constructed to isolate sound as much as possible, and there are limits as to what can be done in post-processing. You'll need to soundproof your room if you're going to produce polished, high-quality recordings.
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