COREnered: Q&A with Mike Barry

In his new album, The Sun, The Moon, The Stars, The Sea, Michael Barry covers all the bases, and all from the recording studio in his home in Canada. Barry’s lyrics and sound are ethereal, floating from land to sky and day to night, as the album title hints. Read on to find out more … Continue reading COREnered: Q&A with Mike Barry

The Magic of Copyright by John Snyder

John Snyder is the founder and president of the Artists House Foundation, a nonprofit music company dedicated to creating educational presentations in several areas, including instruction for instruments, master classes, careers in the arts, and legendary performers The following article is the beginning of your journey to self-reliance. Understanding your rights under the Federal copyright … Continue reading The Magic of Copyright by John Snyder

COREnered: Q&A with K. Sparks

By Daniella Kohavy Tune in to this week’s COREnered as we take you to a seemingly far off place; a musical place void of “autotune and skinny jeans,” at least so says featured artist K. Sparks, a rapper who hails from Queens and has a serious love-affair with hip-hop. Kick back, relax and enjoy yourself … Continue reading COREnered: Q&A with K. Sparks

Tips for Songwriters: Prepare your songs to show to artists

Cliff Goldmacher is a songwriter/engineer/producer/author and owner of recording studios in Nashville and New York City.  Download Cliff’s free e-book, “The Songwriter’s Guide To Recording Professional Demos” As a result of recording and producing hundreds of demos, I’ve learned that it is always better to “prepare and prevent” than to “repair and repent.” Here are … Continue reading Tips for Songwriters: Prepare your songs to show to artists