Copyright Q & A With L.A. Music Attorney, Erin M Jacobson
We had the opportunity to sit down with top music attorney Erin M. Jacobson to…Read More »
Is Reading Music A Must For Making Music?
“I’m not interested in what key you’re playing this in with a capo on, just…Read More »
The Journey From Songwriter To Music Creator
Have you ever had the experience of writing a great song, only to find that…Read More »
Pre Production Tips For Songwriters & Music Creators
One roadblock some artists may encounter when recording themselves is how to include pre production…Read More »
How To Make A Song Radio Ready, By Seth Caldwell
This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Seth Caldwell of SongLaboratory It’s no secret…Read More »
13 Tips For Getting Better Drum Tracks, By Luke O’Kelley
This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Luke O’Kelley Building a song with great…Read More »
The Anatomy of a Background Vocal Arrangement. Part 2, BGVs
This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Lydia Salnikova BGVs, as in “background vocals”….Read More »
The Anatomy of a Background Vocal Arrangement. Part 1, harmonies
This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Lydia Salnikova Hi, I’m Lydia Salnikova and…Read More »
So You Want to Hire a Rapper?
Rap is a burgeoning medium that has rapidly begun to expand outside of hip-hop into…Read More »
Session musician vs. collaborator: which one do you need?
Songwriting, like any art form, is a very personal and complex process. Sometimes it is…Read More »
The Importance of a Reference Track, by Mark Marshall
There is a powerful tool that can take some of the guessing game out of…Read More »
How To Read Nashville Number Charts: Crash Course by Lydia Salnikova
First, a disclaimer… You donʼt HAVE to know how to write number charts. Many professional…Read More »