Start Making Your Own Music Right Now

Imagine what life was like before recorded music. How often would you hear music since you could only hear it performed live? How important would musicians have been back then? What if no one in your family played an instrument? Or, if they did play one, what if they didn’t own one at the time? When and where could you hear music if not at home? Let’s say you went into town, would you hear it then? Maybe there would be a minstrel or street musician with a hat out for tips, but how likely is that? Perhaps music could be heard from the saloon or tavern, but do you want to go in that environment when you’re just there to buy supplies? I don’t know, just tossing out ideas. You can see my point; it wouldn’t be very often that you’d hear music.

A major pet peeve of music industry professionals is getting an email they didn’t ask for with your music attached to the email. There’s no quicker way to clog up someone’s inbox than with large attachments they weren’t asking for in the first place.

8) Playing my Roland piano. When I am feeling down or bored or just fancy a quick play, I pull out my sheet music, sit to the piano and just go with it. When I play I just feel separate from everything else that I happening around me. I just love to play my music and whenever we have people in the house, I like to get them round the piano and just have a jam. It’s one of the staples of my life.

What instrument would you love to play? What would you want to pick up and really make albeniz guitar with right now? It could be a guitar. It could be a horn. It could be a piano. It doesn’t matter, as long as you really want to start playing it.

Why can’t the Oldies just stay Oldies, Classic Rock stay such, Grunge stay Grunge, and so on? Do terms like Oldies and Classic Rock refer to music that has aged long enough, or music from a certain time period? I believe the answer is the latter. The music of these categories gets watered down as they move the boundaries. The more time an “Oldies” station devotes listen to music playing stuff from the 70s and early 80s, the less time they spend spinning records traditionally known as Oldies, ie: primarily the AM radio hits of the 1950s and 60s.

Further, wireless Bluetooth speakers work with all Bluetooth enabled devices, be it MP3 players or phones. If you don’t like lugging around a separate MP3 device, you can simply use your phone to control the music in your house.

Now is the time to start listening to music once again. Listen to the music you want and enjoy. Create your own radio station and your personal music library of listening. Then you get to sit back and be entertained with music that will inspire you, entertain you, and make your dream come reality. All this can happen when you listen to music online that you have selected for your personal enjoyment. This is all yours through the Internet and can all be yours for no cost. You will love the experience as music enters your life once again.