Free Plugins and Resources for PC – VST compatible hosts: ELOGOXA

Elogoxa is a small Spanish group that remain anonymous but you will be very happy to find what they invented. They create and develop VST plugins with Jeff McClintock’s Synth Edit, then distribute their synth plugin for free download. If you want to save some money from buying plugins for your music sequencer, this is…

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I am a Satisfied Customer of CDBaby

Previously I listed my albums at CDBaby.com. My albums are still there, and they still sell! Just want to let you know that I am so satisfied with their service. Beside listing my album at their website, they also help to digitally distribute it to other website selling music and mp3. Recently I got an…

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Where to Start? MusicBeginnings.com

MusicBeginnings.com is a new blog operated by father and son team. Father plays many instrument and writes all the articles to convince people to take up music lesson. They also recommend Pianologist.com as a free piano lesson site.

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10 Different New Approaches to Write Effective Melody

We all use the same 12 notes. The only differences is the order of the note and its duration. If you got no inspiration at this moment, why not try something new to approach your songwriting? 10 suggestions for new approach 10. use musical notation software to write out the melody without playing it. In…

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Funny Cartoon Playing Latin Jazz

Click on the picture and you will be taken to a site where you can control a virtual cartoon band playing Latin jazz. I think you will like it. Take this as a chance to learn how they construct the rhythm pattern. I love it. I know you will love it too. Technorati Tags: latin…

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Find the Strangest Music Instrument: OddMusic Gallery

Have you seen all the strangest musical instrument in the world? It is great to know that there is actually a gallery showing all those odd music instruments. For example, look at this Giant Tuba, was made in the early 20th century by Besson, London. The Giant Tuba has over 34 feet of tubing, weighs…

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Musicovery: Streaming Music

Are you sick of listening to radio? Because of the frequent commercial between music, I start hating listening to the radio. During my time at my desktop, I find it amusing to have a background music streaming from the internet, venturing into some music I’ve never listened before. Most of them are nice. Try this…

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Play Piano with Computer Keyboard using Freeware: Electronic Piano 2.5

Electronic Piano 2.5 is a freeware program. You don’t have to had a MIDI keyboard or MIDI knowledge at all to use this free software. It was developed by a software developer at Brazil, named Mauricio Antunes Oliveira. After installation, you will be able to play some music using your computer keyboard. I downloaded the…

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Learn Keyboard Licks from LearnLicks.com

I stumbled upon another great music site today – LearnLicks.com. It is a free site for musicians to share videos of music licks, tips, techniques and concept. You can browse licks by instrument such as electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, drum kit and keyboard. Sorry, no piano 🙁 ha .. who cares? Piano is…

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