Tonic Audio: New Features for Songwriters, Bands, and Producers

Tonic Audio: New Features for Songwriters, Bands, and Producers

ByMike PowersMar 8, 20222 min read

An Innovative New Approach to Creating, Collaborating on and Sharing Music. As the music industry and those in the creative space evolve, so does Tonic Audio by creating a new home for artists and their creative assets. Our updated platform…

How to Record on a Budget

How to Record on a Budget

ByMike PowersFeb 23, 20223 min read

Looking to make your next album but strapped for cash? Learning to record on a budget is something that every DIY musicians needs to do. With a little time and research, it’s not that hard, either. All it takes is…

Singing Tips from a Professional

Singing Tips from a Professional

ByMike PowersFeb 3, 20224 min read

Want to be a better singer? The best musicians learn from the pros. In last week’s blog post we talked about some simple tips to get a healthier voice. This week, we’re going one step further by interviewing a vocal…

How to Be a Better Singer: The Least You Can Do

How to Be a Better Singer: The Least You Can Do

ByMike PowersJan 28, 20223 min read

Look, I get it. You’re busy. You’ve got songs to write and shows to play. You want to be a better singer, but you’re really not trying to practice for hours a day. Your voice already sounds fine, and doesn’t…

How to be a better songwriter and collaborator

How to be a better songwriter and collaborator

ByMike PowersJan 19, 20225 min read

Want to be a better songwriter? One of the most important skills is collaboration—knowing not just how to write a song, but co-write one. And the best way to get better at anything is to learn from the pros, so…

Finding your audience—the best goal for musicians in 2022.

Finding your audience—the best goal for musicians in 2022.

ByMike PowersJan 5, 20223 min read

If you’re a musician still deciding on goals for 2022, we’ve got one for you: audience development. In 2022, your audience is your most important asset. Not everyone will take this seriously. After all, “developing your audience” doesn’t sound quite…