Photographer and musician Matt from The Second Spirit discusses his most used tricks when creating digital marketing online pictures with a cell phone. He’ll talk about filters, photo editor apps, effects and composition and different free apps to create eye-popping hot digital marketing pictures.
Some behind the scene shots of Snout & The Second Spirit recording a new album at the expanded Galahad Studios in Eugene, Oregon. Some of the gear we used logic, Ableton, Roland RE-201 Space Echo, Korg Polysix, microKorg, traveler guitar, Boss ME-70. http://snoutmusic.com/SNOUTMUSIC/Home
These are my new custom glowing guitar lights. Great for performance lighting. Made by Electric Denim Studios.
Tip 4 – Write out one full sheet of lyrics with the song’s melodies in your head without stoping, critiquing or editing it. Listen to the recorded ideas of your song, or play it on your instrument and get it inside your head. Sing the song in your head […]
My cat is helping me open my new music and logo stickers for The Second Spirit. We are both very excited. Music by The Second Spirit.
Hey Friends, l will give you a free song to download if you leave a comment on my video below on “Sneak Peaks in Las Vegas” website: Message me after you comment on the website so I can send you the download. THANKS!!!
Thanks for tuning in to Tip 3 of my “How To Focus On Songwriting” series. If you are just joining us, I would like to encourage you to start off in the beginning of the series at how to focus on songwriting tip 1. The last two weeks, we have worked to get new song ideas down […]
Last week I wrote a blog on how to focus on songwriting tip 1. The challenge was to record 3 or more melodies or progression ideas per day. How did you do? I did good. Not perfect. This is how many ideas I recorded. Sunday – 5 Monday – 5 Tuesday – 4 Wednesday […]
Tip 1 Record 3 or more spontaneous, unedited, stream of conscious melodies or progression ideas on your iPhone voice memos or portable recording device per day. Music is such a big all-encompassing thing. From the instruments, branding, mixing, producing, marketing, social scenes, bios, performing, artistry, practice, image . . . and the list goes on. Lately, […]
I sing and perform almost every night and it took me a few years how to learn how to do it without physically hurting my chords, keeping my stamina up while really connecting to the crowd. One thing I try to do a lot now is sing softly. Granted this isn’t for all parts of […]
In this short video clip I play a country blues guitar solo on my nylon string Fender CG35SCE over a 1-4-5 blues progression using major and minor pentatonics, hammer-ons and sliding over both high E and B strings simultaneously. I am a street performer in downtown Las Vegas and play regularly. If your interested in […]