Crowdfunding: Your Site vs. Theirs

Ahhh…crowdfunding. Thou art both the salvation and bane of many bands, whether an indie band with a small following, an international sensation with a huge following or somewhere in between. As bands, especially indie bands and bands without major label support, we look at crowdfunding as the Holy Grail of being able to do our […]

Lessons Learned in the Studio: Part 2 – The Real Thing

If you know me, you know I’m a gadget girl. I like my toys! Synth instruments, modeling guitars, amp models and a brief love affair with Logic Drummer are just the tip of the iceberg. None of these things compare with the real thing. Lesson #1: Modeling Yeah. I love my Line 6 gear. 10 […]

Lessons Learned in the Studio: Part 1 – The Basics

OK, I have to be honest. This is the first part of a series of which I have no idea what the final count will be. We are about halfway through the recording process only to be followed by the mixing and mastering processes.  As you can see, there is a fair bit of distance […]

Well…Isn’t THIS Embarrassing!

Wow! I looked at my blog last night and realized that I hadn’t published anything in 6 weeks. Where did the time go? Of course I know the answer to that question.  And the answer is “it disappeared.” Or something like that.  With all of the work I’ve been doing on the upcoming EP, a […]

Let’s Jam Out!

Thank you all so much for continuing on this journey with me! There are interesting things afoot, as always. In preparation for those things, you may have noticed that some things have changed. But first – you can download the jam tracks for Diminishing Returns right HERE Have some fun experimenting with the Diminished scale. […]

The Last String

Our sixth and final string is the low E string. The open sixth string is an E. First fret gives us an F and last but not least, the third fret is a G. Keep in mind that since this is an E string just like the first string, the notes are the same – […]