Should we use sustain pedals for Baroque pieces?
PRSLondon brings you a great piece of advise for those lovers of Baroque music recordings!
When piano students gain more experience with the piano and start to inquire about a more specific stylistic approach for the pieces they are studying, piano teachers should be prepared to answer this question, […]
Piano and Music Production students enjoy immensely discovering new music through composers of Classical, Baroque and Romantic period as this is music that they mostly haven’t had any prior contact. Still, at the same time, there is lots of current music they like, and sometimes this takes them to enquiry about it, about “how is […]
This year 2020 is being, by far, the most difficult year for the musicians community. Covid-19 hit Europe, and with it, hit us as well quite hard.
Musicians along Europe are trying to get on doing online lessons, which is quite fine. There is always a way to go on, while we do what we like. […]
Top 10 Tips for Recording Piano
Piano Recording Studio London brings a new post which has been recently published on WKMT Blog. In which you will learn the top tips for your next grand piano recording session.
Thomas Rickerby, our Sound Engineer and Music Producer…
The person in charge of the main events in which we take part, […]