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Getting To Know Guitar Tabs (Popularity: )
In the simplest terms, a guitar tab is a word that is used to describe a musical notation, which may contain either numbers or letters and explains to the musician where to place his/her fingers on the instrument. Guitar tabs consist of multiple lines and is often called a ‘staff notation.’ These lines, which are present in guitar tabs, each represent one of the guitar strings. New musicians often find guitar ...

Internet Music Promotion For Dummies (Popularity: )
Internet Music Promotion For Dummies - Don Newton In the days before the internet, when the major record labels had the music market sewn up tight, it was all but impossible to break into the music business in the traditional sense without having a recording contract with one of them. This often led to artists becoming broke before their album ever actually hit the music store shelves. The long established "standard recording contract" ...

Indie Music (Popularity: )
Indie music is a type of alternative rock which exists in the independent music world. The word is periodically used to refer to all underground music, and is the opposite of indie pop music. Indie rock music places an emphasis on electric instruments such guitars and drums. Musicians in the genre are also known for using abstract sounds. The term indie rock is used because musicians work under smaller record ...

Audio File Formats Explained – For Computer Savvy Musicians (Popularity: )
Welcome to Audio File Formats 101! If you’ve used a computer to listen to music you probably have had some experience dealing with MP3 and WAV files before. And if you have spent a bit of time on the computer recording or editing audio, you’ve probably dealt with many of the other audio file formats. Such as AIFF, WMA, OGG, etc. What’s the deal with all these different forms of ...