Your Journey Begins

Hello and welcome!

“Every disease is a musical problem; every cure is a musical solution.”

~Novalis

Who doesn’t want to get better at something?  Exactly right!; and that is why you are taking the initiative to better yourself by researching tips on how to become a more profound composer, songwriter, lyricist, arranger, etc.  As a composer myself, I have started this blog to do as it entails in the name: to give daily advice to passionate musicians on creating their own music and finding their own unique voice.

No matter if you are an expert or a novice, this blog is dedicated to presenting materials in a format that anyone can understand.  And no need to worry if you don’t understand music theory, as there will be weekly demonstrations in such a topic to bring you up to a scholarly level.

Thank you for using this as a resource, and be sure to check back everyday for more posts!

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Author: Bryan M. Waring

Bryan Waring is a graduate of USM's School of Music with a B.M. in Performance – Composition and is now attending Belmont University for a M.M. in Commercial Media – Composition & Arranging. During his time at USM, he studied violin with Dino Liva and composition with Dr. Daniel Sonenberg, as well as has premiered several pieces during the semiannual Composer's Ensemble concert series. In 2017, Bryan was a writer for the original musical theater work of "Molded By The Flow," directed by Paul Dresher and Rinde Eckert. Outside of school, Bryan has been involved with writing music for videogame developers at Portland's CI2 Lab, collaborating with the King Tide Party, and studying with Larry Groupé (Straw Dogs) in San Diego. Now living in Nashville. Along with composing, Bryan teaches music to children, receiving the Master Teacher Award for his work at ESF Camps; and does audio engineering for live ensembles. Besides talents in music, Bryan is a team-player in any competitive work environment; equipped with skills in leadership, organization, mathematics, creativity, communication, and managing. On the side, Bryan has worked as a model for several skilled artists in the New England area. Among his other accomplishments include obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout in April 2013 with a project of building a side parking area with guide rails for Webb Mountain Park in Monroe, CT.

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