Tag: Musicians’ guide

What you really need to start your home studio

As musicians or artists, we’ve all felt a feeling of longing to be able to […]

How to nail your UCAS application

UCAS is a vital part of the university application process. Your UCAS application is what […]

Harnessing the power of feedback

As someone that’s creative and whose life involves time spent in music business (whether you’re […]

Finding Management Contacts – A Guide

At some point in your music career, you may find that self-managing isn’t an effective […]

Publishing Deals Explained

If you’re writing unique music or songs, at some point in your music career you […]

The musicians’ guide: how to avoid injuries

Blisters, calluses, headstock injuries and electric shocks. They don’t tell you about all of this […]

The musicians’ guide to gigging online: are you getting it right?

Music has always been at the forefront of social interaction. From the moment you start […]

The musicians’ guide: nurturing your wellbeing

During this time of isolation, it’s important to consider how’s best to maintain and nurture […]

The musicians’ guide: financial management during COVID-19

If you’re a gigging musician, you are probably starting to feel the strain. Your livelihood […]

The musicians’ guide: coping with COVID-19

We have regretfully taken the decision that all on-site teaching and learning activities at WaterBear […]

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Tardigrade (AKA Water Bear)

  • Micro-animal that is found everywhere, in all extreme climates
  • The most resilient creature known to humanity. Survives and adapts to its surroundings
  • This resilience and ability to adapt and survive inspires us in everything we do