Changing The World With Creativity And Music: A Talk With Thorsten Huber
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Changing The World With Creativity And Music: A Talk With Thorsten Huber

Thorsten Huber

Hey Drooblers! It’s time for another Karma interview with a very active member of the global Drooble community! Thorsten Huber is a musician and songwriter from Germany. He prides himself in working with lightning speed and he describes his creative process accordingly: “think, play, listen and fire.” He enjoys playing in front of a live audience whenever he can and his loving family supports him in his musical endeavors. We’ll let you enjoy his thoughts but make sure you pay special…


Why do musicians break their guitars on stage?


When you think of rock’n’roll, especially if you’re not very familiar with the subject (but that’s another problem), you often imagine a person smashing their guitar mercilessly into the stage. The Who, of course, come to mind, along with Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and many other brave and rich souls who could afford to destroy thousand-dollar instruments just to make a point. What you may not know, however, is that guitars were introduced to the world of instrument-annihilating madmen at…

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How did music happen? Part 1: “Digging”

Divje Babe flute

  Hey. A question I’ve asked myself for longer than I can remember popped into my head for the millionth time: how did music happen? It’s been bugging me since forever and I’m sure you know exactly what I’m talking about. Anyway, I boldly decided to dive into the depths of human history and scientific thought only to find that my question was as fundamental as a question could get. My search led me through a very, very long series…

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On learning, playing and teaching music – Philip Ockelford, Guitarist and Teacher

Guitarist and teacher Philip Ockelford

Philip Ockelford is a guitarist from the UK and he recently signed up as a Teacher on Drooble. We appreciate his efforts to bring knowledge to the community with his videos so we wanted to know more about him and his music!   We live in strange times to be a musician. I think our value has never been lower, and yet the demand for music has never been higher. Consequently, relying on simply being, for example, a guitarist, isn’t…