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Notes of a Frontwoman #1: Five New Insights Into Studio Recording
The legacy that The Strokes has left to history is immense - Is This It is generally considered one of the most influential albums of all time | Photo: Matt from Orlando, USA (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Milestones in Music History #19: The Strokes, a New Indie Era
Guitar Gear Alert: August 2022
Orange Supernatural Hot Sauce: When You Like It "High-Gain"
Every musician has a weakness when it comes to their own work. Praise their wise lyrics, high-end production or great instrumental performance and they'll do anything for you. | Photo: Boudewijn Huysmans (Unsplash)
TOP 5 Dirty Tricks to Fool Any Musician
In 1951, Precision Bass met all the criteria of true musical innovation.
Under the Hood #22: Fender Precision Bass and Its Evolution
TikTok offers a new format. It is very exciting watching musicians that can follow those trends | Photo: Heather Youmans (Fender Digital)
Fender and #GuitarTok: How TikTok is Bringing Guitar to Gen-Z
For me, finding my own sound and vocabulary has been a very long and complicated journey, but one that I desperately needed,“ says Never Sol. | Photo: artist's archive
Never Sol: In Music, I Look for a Powerful Emotion that I Can Connect to
Some musicians can't accept that three basic harmonic functions (or in the case of minimalism just one) can be enough to write a good song | Photo: Pixabay
TOP 5 Musician Stereotypes
"It would have been much easier to have it all done by machine and then just polish it with emery, but I don't think there would be anything left of the craft," says Honza Klíma. | Photo: Jiřina Šmídová
Dreamstruments #2: Honza Klíma (Wood and Strings)
Nikki Sixx and Mick Mars of Mötley Crüe in Glasgow Scotland, June 14th 2005 | Photo: Alec MacKellaig (CC BY 2.0)
Milestones in Music History #18: Mötley Crüe: Too Fast for Everything
Miscellaneous Gear Alert: July 2022
Photo: Letitia Smith, White Light Exposure
Elijah Ford: "Growing Up in My Dad’s Home, It Was a Lot of Classic Rock.”
Meshell adopted her famous surname Ndegeocello which means "free as a bird" in the East African Swahili language. | Photo: Tore Sætre (Wikipedia)
TOP 5 Female Singing Bassists
"Even when you're experienced it takes time to come up with a composition and all the sounds and details bit by bit," says Axel Thesleff | Photos: artists' archive
Axel Thesleff and Bratři: Interview About Live Performance, Music Production and Gear
In many respects, Fender Japan outperformed its US competitors in the early years of production.
Under the Hood #21: How and Why Fender Japan Was Founded
Soliloquy or Something To Say: The Korg Monologue
“I had to get my life in order. I started studying music and never looked back,“ says Steve Conte | Photo: Anja Van Ast
Steve Conte: When They Showed Me How To Play "Johnny B. Goode", the Whole World Opened up for Me
Russian "French fry" Les Paul in McDonald's Style
If you've never heard the call to show off your boobs, it's like you have never existed!| Photo: Ota Hofr
10 Myths and Stereotypes about Female Bands Aka Born to Be Wild and Sexy
"We sit together and we write songs together, and it can start from one sentence, from some lyrics or a chord progression or even a beat that we are doing on the computer—but it's really fluid, you know, there are no rules," says Gil Landau, from Lola Marsh | Photo: Samantha Annis
Lola Marsh: Music is the soundtrack of our lives
Bob Mould, singer of Hüsker Dü, performing in 2005 | Photo: Angelo Yap (CC BY 2.0)
Milestones in Music History #17: Hüsker Dü: Hardcore Re-invented
Guitar Gear Alert: July 2022
Turn off your brain fog, focus only on playing, react to the ideas of others and let things flow. | Photo: Jason Edwards (Unsplash)
Too Good for the Job: the Trouble with Overqualification