Make music, change the world

Blog Editor Alina Celeste on a powerful musical moment early in her career as a Teaching Artist. It only took one word to change my life. I was twenty-two. I had a degree in Musical Theater and no formal training in education, but I needed a job and Florida needed music teachers. One application and […]

7 Ways to a Better Recording, Part 3 by James Coffey

This is the part three in a series of posts by member James Coffey, B.M.Ed., M.Ed. of Blue Vision Music. To read part two, click here. The Envelope Please One often overlooked aspect of audio is the envelope. The envelope is what we call the characteristics of how the sound is shaped in respect to attack, […]

Bessie Coleman by Fire Dog on Tuneful Tuesday

Today’s Tuneful Tuesday comes from member Mark Pagano’s Missouri based band, Fire Dog. This song has it’s roots in the summer of 2007. My friend’s little boys were running around the swimming pool at their parents’ house near Lambert International Airport. As planes flew overhead, Charlie, who was 4 years old at the time, said “sing […]