"I became a member of Carnegie Hall's Musical Exchange a few days ago, and would love to participate in this contest. I have a few questions, though. How do I catch up on the songwriting activities, and is it required for the piece I submit to…"
Singer-songwriters, guitarists, pianists, and artists of other musical styles, connect together here about creating songs, writing lyrics, jamming, performing and more. You are encouraged to:Share your original songsListen to songs by other group membersRequest and give feedbackSee More
"Hi, everyone! So, I'm brand new to the entire music exchange, but I'm so glad I've found it. I have been listening to many talented musicians here, and have been blown away by what I've heard. It would be an honor for me to have…"
Become the very best singer you can be! Share your performances, experiences, and ideas in the Voice Studio and connect with some of the singers who are performing in recitals at Carnegie Hall this season. Claudia Friedlander, a voice teacher based in New York City, is your guide on this exploration of vocal technique, repertoire, and interpretation. See More
"I think it's probably because each note has a different frequency. I mean, A440 is perceived differently by the ear than A220 -- and depending upon the octave in which you're playing a scale, the color changes slightly. So, relating this…"