Quality is something we can all appreciate. It doesn’t matter what you’re into, quality matters. In music, quality starts with your tools, the sounds you create, and the rhythms, melodies, and other aspects of music follow. Quality is not about being fancy or complex. At its core, it’s about being simple and reliable. This concept not only serves you and your clients in musical settings, but outside of music.

Recorded music is something that I’ve found to be incredibly useful, in educational, therapeutic, and recreational settings. People love to hear the music they are fond of. You may not be able to create that live, but you can probably bring it into your session via a media player. Supporting recorded music with live drumming, singing, and movement is a wonderful way to help build connections, inspire people to do more, and form lasting ┬ábonds between participants.

Quality and Recorded Music