April 4, 2009

A Musician’s Guide to the Best & Worst Restaurant Food in America

Most people don’t realize that one of the major downsides to playing music is that many times we are forced by time constraints of the gig […]
March 26, 2009

More Tips On Registering Your Songs

You may have come across our previous blog Protect Yourself, Three Little Known Tips to Registering Ownership of Your Songs. If you haven’t read this blog, […]
November 3, 2008

A Musician’s Guide to Making Jet Lag Work for You

I’ve been traveling a lot lately and using it as an opportunity to continue testing of the Namba Gear bags, so I thought that I would talk […]
September 7, 2008

10 Great Performance Tips For Singers

The following “performance tips for singers” are courtesy of Los Angeles vocal coach and professional singer, Teri Danz. If you sing, we strongly encourage you to go […]
August 21, 2008

Namba Gear Partners with HowAudio.com

I absolutely hate manuals. Let me say it again… HATE. Typically dry, boring, bad illustrations, written from a prototype hardware product or 0.9 software version that […]
June 10, 2008

4 Great Tips To Humanize Your Drum Programming

Guest Blog by Koorosh Daryaie Hello Friends, Many of you know my work as the drummer for rock bands like Silence and LXIX, and solo artists […]
May 23, 2008

Namba Gear’s Totally Unscientific Investigation To Get High-Paying Music Gigs

I just got an email from  keyboardist & guitar player, and my long-time friend, Tom Kennard, about GigMasters.com. Tom & I had been discussing bands & getting […]
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