I was introduced to proper music school while i was learning my bachelor's degree. It was one incident which triggered my ego and challenged myself as why i couldn't/shouldn't learn music. Whatever the reason, it turned as a blessing. Now, i could not imagine spending a day without playing an actual instrument or a music … Continue reading Self exploration through music composition
Following is a Bhajan i was able to arrange along with my mother in law while she was here with us on a visit. I'd a desired to collaborate with her for one song looking at her passion for Bhajan singing. We were looking at various songs then finally decided to go with this. Have … Continue reading Baare nammani thanaka – Bhajan
This question may sound weird, but how does music sound to you? Does the lead steal all your attention, or do you experience it as an amalgam of various sounds? As a musician, this question has always made me curious. I have posed this question to a lot of people, many of whom have confessed … Continue reading How does music sound to you?
Breathless chaos… That’s how the thoughts are sometimes- chaotic, isn’t it? Continuous, (un)connected, chaotic yet rhythmic. A confused state of “call it a series of thoughts, mind, being…” which then leads to clarity. However, it is inevitable, we can't skip them easily 🙂 This piece of music is somewhat representing the similar nature. Probably while … Continue reading Breathless Chaos – a Musical journey
Have you seen Garageband on your iPhone, iPad or on the Mac? if not check it out today. Listen to the following piece of music, the base tracks are created using Garageband app from my iPad mini. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdR8LfvkPIo&feature=youtu.be In my opinion - music schools, along with teaching the music theories, it is essential to introduce … Continue reading Blossom – Garageband Music Production