Keeping in Tip Top Health for the Studio or Anywhere Really… Last year I caught a cold every month. Every month that year. My immune system had taken a dive! It really took a toll on my voice and what I could do in the studio, teaching, socially, and my self esteem. After a trip… continue reading »
Today DTS Recording Studio was blessed with the lovely and talented vocals of University of Tampa’s, Heather Ford.
Sometimes Enough is Good Enough – Thoughts on the New Year I have a confession to make. Sometimes I am a slacker. No really. My husband can tell you first hand. Today, on this last day of 2016, I slept till 11 am. This is the latest I’ve ever slept since I was in high… continue reading »
Hey hey! Last minute holiday shopping? Need something easy and totally original? Are you shopping for that special someone who already has everything, or wants nothing for the holidays except for maybe peace and love? You should definitely check out the gift of music and get them a gift certificate for a four hour recording session for just… continue reading »
College Music Auditions It’s that special time of year again, where music student hopefuls are getting ready to audition for music programs at their colleges of choice. Nothing can be more nerve wracking. After choosing songs that are appropriate for the audition last year, you’ve become one with these songs. You own them. You’ve not… continue reading »
The number one thing adults tell me when they find out I’m a music teacher is, “I wish I had practiced my instrument when I was younger”. We, as adults, did not have patience or clarity when we were younger. Some of us had the drive to be the best, or really enjoyed the sound… continue reading »
When we were kids my cousins and I used to sit on my grandmother’s back porch in the summer and listen to old 78 records on her Lawson hand crank phonograph. My grandmother purchased her record player in 1935 as a teenager for $15 with money saved from picking blackberries on her family’s farm. I don’t know if the… continue reading »