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The Declarations of Independents

This post originally featured here on the fantastic Refe Tuma‘s great website Creative Deconstruction. The case for independence: One of the questions I like to ask  when I meet people through music is: “How many artists do you know personally who have a record deal that they’re happy with?” The answer is almost exclusively “None“, […]

Creativity and Education

As a mentor and coach, I have an active interest in how formal education and work I may do in the arts/music interact. I am also very fortunate in that my wife is a teacher, I have friends who work in colleges and teach, some teaching music and music technology. I have friends who work […]

"Syncing" – or "Another Way of Sharing Music"

Music Syncing – “sync” is an abbreviation for “synchronization,” so music syncing is essentially the process of synchronising or embedding songs to some form of visual production, advertisements, film that sort of thing. Hope and Social were recently approached by mountain bike manufacturer Cotic to ask if they could sync one of our tunes with […]

“Syncing” – or “Another Way of Sharing Music”

Music Syncing – “sync” is an abbreviation for “synchronization,” so music syncing is essentially the process of synchronising or embedding songs to some form of visual production, advertisements, film that sort of thing. Hope and Social were recently approached by mountain bike manufacturer Cotic to ask if they could sync one of our tunes with […]