Exciting impulses and inspiring insights from the creative world of music. Written for you by Intensia. Because when she's not singing, she blogs - sometimes.
Music is a profession. But it can also be a hobby. And not the other way around. You don’t have to feel guilty when you work with music, on the contrary, it’s a pretty great thing, because it’s good for both the makers and the listeners. Should it still be about a mentoring function, such
So I don’t know how you feel about it, but without a voice, I certainly feel exposed. A little empty, fragile, already a little depressed. I once had a pretty bad cough throughout the winter. I had trouble pronouncing sentences for about six weeks as a result of it. At some point, I even downloaded
Of course everyone should eat what they want and like. I’ve always had a thing for plant-based foods. Even at a young age, I didn’t really enjoy eating meat or drinking milk, which, according to the stories, was quite a thing. It’s just unfavorable that I wasn’t allowed to make a direct decision myself at
How many times have I heard this: “If I am good at my instrument and try hard, someone will come to appreciate my efforts and make me famous.” Hmmm… sounds to me something like “and the princess waited and waited, in her magnificent castle. That someone would come along to awaken her from her enchanted
When it comes to improvisation, most of them seem to mean something bad, stressful, cobbled together, something that you can’t really enjoy and especially not something that you could be happy about. But why? I think it’s a nice feeling when you can accept the unexpected with serenity, benevolently and, best of all, without judgment.
When it comes to small, sweet gimmicks that encourage creativity and art, I can hardly control myself. In the meantime, around 25 apps that are remotely related to music have accumulated on my smartphone. With all the love for progress, a pinch of minimalism can’t damage, especially with devices that do not provide additional storage