Forum logo Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?
April 05, 2020, 11:16:50 PM
Home | Help | Login | Register Planet Bluegrass | Facebook | Twitter | Shop
News: Be sure you're signed up for the Notes from the Planet for the latest Planet Bluegrass news

NavTree open  Festivarian Forum
NavTree sideNavTree open  General Category
NavTree downNavTree sideNavTree open  Song School (Moderators: TellurideTom, Ron N Deb)
NavTree downNavTree downNavTree sideNavTree open  What to bring to Generating Music Ideas class
« previous next »
Pages: [1] Go Down Print
topic icon Author Topic: What to bring to Generating Music Ideas class  (Read 10125 times)
Ice Tre
Small Member

Festivation rating 120
Offline Offline

Posts: 79

URL icon « on: August 02, 2018, 12:23:06 PM »

For those of you taking Rob Roper's "Generating Music Ideas" class at the 2018 Song School, you'll need to bring the following items to the class:

1.  Portable recorder for capturing ideas.  A cellphone with a voice recorder app (and on airplane mode) will do.
2.  Notebook and pencil and/or pen.
3.  Song School classbook with handouts for this class.
4.  Guitar or other instrument capable of playing chords.
5.  Water bottle

This will be a very hands-on class.  Most of the time you will be scattered about generating music ideas for songs and recording them.  You need a way to record them, or else you'll forget them, unless your memory is extraordinary.


Now Playing icon Listening to: Randy Newman's new CD, "Dark Matter"
IP address Logged
Pages: [1] Go upGo Up Print 
« previous next »
Jump to:  

Planet Bluegrass | Facebook | Twitter | Shop | Festivarian Forum rss feed Powered by SMF | SMF © Simple Machines LLC