Weekly summary of February 18, 2019

We are pleased to feature Nothin' on You, Sex and Candy and Let Me Down Slowly among the 61 tracks in MP3 instrumental karaoke that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Instrumental Version as made famous by Cody Johnson, Maroon 5, or Alec Benjamin.

Weekly summary of February 11, 2019

We are pleased to feature Someone You Loved, Die From a Broken Heart and What Baking Can Do among the 48 tracks in Instrumental Version that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Backing Tracks as made famous by Lewis Capaldi, Maddie & Tae, or Waitress.

Weekly summary of February 04, 2019

We are pleased to feature 7 Rings, When the Curtain Falls and Look Up Child among the 39 tracks in Backing Tracks that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest MP3 instrumental karaoke as made famous by Ariana Grande, Greta Van Fleet, or Lauren Daigle.

Advice for musicians by musicians! (part 3)

"Some people have the gift of council, but very few have the courage," says the proverb. In this regard, those who share their advice below, have applied what they’ve received from their elders and put it all to good use to excel in their field and cultivate a humility that pushes them to transmit in turn their precious tips. So, take advantage of this new year to make good resolutions, starting by following these useful words of wisdom from some of the greats!

Weekly summary of January 28, 2019

We are pleased to feature Good as You, Rainbow and When I See U among the 58 tracks in MP3 instrumental karaoke that have been added this week on Karaoke Version. Discover the latest Instrumental Version as made famous by Kane Brown, Kacey Musgraves, or Fantasia Barrino.

Good habits for effective practice sessions

Diehard fans of improvised practice sessions, we're talking to you! You’re the musician/singer who considers structured practice as less important than trusting the mood of the moment to reach your creative potential.

We hear you, but we’re here to argue the contrary. The trouble with relying solely on improvised practice sessions is that you likely won't master the technical basics from the get-go. Learning the basics before ever jumping into improv sessions will eventually offer you more serenity and require you to focus on the music itself. After you've mastered this, you’ll then have earned the freedom to fully exploit your creative potential.