Much like birds, we are constantly developing our own musical voices.
Recording yourself could help unlock your best playing yet. Plus, it can help with that cabin fever.
Being uncomfortable is scary, but perfect conditions might not get you where you need to be. Case in point: The best-selling solo jazz album in history, from pianist Keith Jarrett.
While researching guitarists’ obsession with tone, I found a fascinating take on why heightened sound frequencies excite humans.
Lockdown isn’t easy, but it’s revealed some lessons, both trivial (Alexa can fart on demand) and divine (guitar is alive and well).