The future of collaborative media?

If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install Flash Player if it’s missing. Get Flash Player from Adobe. Although the “Mother of all Funk Chords” video hits way closer to home in content, I’m going to feature this one because I CAN’T STOP LOVING the […]

Listen to MyTube

If you want to get an MP3 of a YouTube video, there’s an excellent service called Listen to YouTube that you can use to strip MP3s from videos. Being able to take a tune with you on your iPod or phonograph is pretty handy, especially when it’s “I’m On a Boat.” For real, I made […]

Non-traditional notation teaser

Something to spur imagination while I’m working on a new part of the arranging guide: Non-traditional notation. While sheet music is super-handy, and provides a common language to communicate music, sometimes people just don’t speak Wookie, and you have to think outside the box. ~How would you write out parts for someone who doesn’t read […]

The Art of Song Selection 2: Mechanics and Logistics

While it’s well and good to know what your group is about, who your target audience is, where you want to take the group, and if your 2nd soprano is single, that doesn’t actually pick your songs. This article is geared towards the practicality of picking songs, and several methods with their pros and cons. […]

a-ha – Take On Me, original cut

Not to beat an already pulverized equine, but this is just mind-blowing to me: If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install Flash Player if it’s missing. Get Flash Player from Adobe. Turns out that the world-famous 1985 hit, Take On Me, was a remixed […]

VP Debate In Song And Dance

I’m a little late on getting this one out, but this is phenomenal work!  Very very clever stuff, with the best use of AutoTune I’ve never ever thought of.  It’s so eerily awesome — Will.I.Am watch out! If you can see this, then you might need a Flash Player upgrade or you need to install […]