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A guitar instructor’s job is to support you in your progress as a guitarist; not to hold your hand through every single step! Think about it. The average lesson time is 30 minutes per week, which means that you have 167 and a half hours until...
A guitar instructor’s job is to support you in your progress as a guitarist; not to hold your hand through every single step! Think about it. The average lesson time is 30 minutes per week, which means that you have 167 and a half hours until you see your teacher again. A good student knows […]
In today’s modern age of digital music recording and affordable options available for musicians globally, there is a lot of competition out there for upstart guitarists looking for recognition on the internet. If you’re a guitarist who’s part of a band or group, you can compose, record, mix, and master an entire album up to […]
This guide was written by Anne Jacqueline, music manager of singer Yasmine Modestine. A short while ago, Youtube implemented a new design called ‘One Channel’. You can see an example of this design in action on Yasmine’s Youtube page. The ideas behind this is a much simpler channel design that also works well across many […]
It was a shiny day in London, and I was having a coffee with a fellow musician. I realized that the biggest part of the conversation was his ranting about the ‘bad situation in independent local music scene’. “There’s so much knowledge out there, I don’t disagree with you, but it’s scattered all around the […]
Welcome to Independent Music Advice, the number one music advice resource for anyone who makes independent music. We provide quality guides and tips for independent musicians wishing to learn the music business inside out. Through this site we hope to empower more musicians to make money from their music career independently, and without the help […]
By event organizer Thom Milson. I grew up heavily involved in my local music scene: I knew the bands, and the promoters well enough that I called them my friends. As soon as I was old enough I started organizing shows so my favorite local bands could be heard and seen more. I had a […]
This is a guest post by Tom Siddle of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music. Your band’s presence and exposure on Facebook has just became all the more vital. Facebook Graph Search is on its way, and could possibly change the way potential fans hear and find your music. There are many ways to market […]
Today we’re going to look at how to write a song for beginners in terms of lyrics. If you’ve decided you want to write a song and need help picking the subject and structuring the song properly, this is the guide for you. Some guides on writing songs are overly complex, and often overload you […]