Are you ever disappointed to hear a band live in concert, only to realize they are really a “studio band” because they don’t sound very good live?
When was the last time you spent an entire afternoon listening to new music on the radio?
How many times have you heard someone speak about classical music and were totally turned off?
If you're busy creating music, re-creating someone else's music, editing someone else's music, or recording someone else's music, you're creating a lot of musical output and it's vital that you have some musical input. Here are 5 easy ways to fill up on music:
1. Pandora - Create a channel, listen to someone else's channel, and listen to your favorite music for FREE. Get more than 40 hours a month by paying their low, yearly fee. You can mix as many artists as you like; my main channel includes …