Archive for the ‘Support’ Category


Music Connection Dayton is proud to announce the launch of our new music and service directory!

 

We’re creating a centralized online space for
Dayton area music, both present and past.
Why?
To put it simply, we want to harness our collective community power and help separate our community from the overload of information on other sites!
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Having this done to you is a paralyzing and incapacitating phenomenon. In one fell swoop it takes away your power as a woman and your right to consent.

Source: Dear Creepy Men of the Music Industry, Please Stop – Digital Music News

Top 5 Reasons Songwriters Procrastinate – And How To Fix Them

A Guest Post by Rowen Bridler

1) GENERAL OVERWHELMThis is such a common perception of people’s day-to-day lives…..

Source: Music Clout – Top 5 Reasons Songwriters Procrastinate – And How To Fix Them

Cam’ron was charging his openers $800 per show to open his tour playing rooms 500-1000 capacity. Motley Crue charged their opener $1 million.

Source: Tour Buy Ons Can Suck On My Big Fat Ethics – Digital Music News

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When you’re looking for a great place to record your music, there is an obvious priority to make sure a studio has great tools available at their, and your, disposal, and Popside Recording is a gorgeous studio set up with full digital capabilities, a good selection of analog outboard gear, and loads of instruments and equipment to help you get just the right sound!  (more…)

When is it OK to ask musicians to play for free? When have I been asked to play free shows? Here are a few times when it’s OK to ask musicians to play for

Source: 9 Times It’s OK To Ask Musicians To Play For Free – Digital Music News

Getting involved with local musicians can change your entire life – seriously.

Source: Why Being Part of Your Local Music Scene Matters So Much More Than You Think

This is Your Brain on Music! | The Literacy Site Blog.

I would argue that it’s impossible to find someone who isn’t moved by a particular song or piece of music. Like storytelling, making music is a universal human trait, shared across all cultures for many thousands of years. It has a unique effect on the brain, inducing powerful emotional responses. A new study in PLOS ONE confirms that music, if we make it our profession, actually rewires the circuitry of our brains.

Source: Practising Music Improves The Symmetry Of Your Brain | IFLScience

Practicing is an archaic custom that only hurts our children today.

Source: Why Is Practicing Still Considered Necessary To Music Education?