"Wolf discovered...A natural convergence of mindfulness and music, where each practice deepened the other. Meant for his fellow musicians at any level, this book offers a plethora of music-based mindfulness exercises for the 'transferable virtues' music can cultivate."
"Tyra's sensibility is urban-flavored and fashion-forward in music too", observes Emmy-winning composer Richard Wolf, one of the main suppliers of music for the show through his company the Producers Lab.
"Because when the music stops, you still need to face the challenges of life. Building on the foundation of music, mindfulness can refine skills that help cope with these challenges in real world situations."
"A well crafted guide that is music-based and packed with interesting stories with familiar names, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole, Miles Davis, Paul McCartney...from the art of deep listening to sympathetic vibrations and silence."
Wolf advocated for meditation as a means of quieting one’s internal critic and reconciling concepts of the ideal and the real, citing an array of celebrated artists who have sworn by meditation to induce creativity, from singer-songwriter Paul McCartney to rapper Kendrick Lamar to film director David Lynch, who famously said, “Negativity is the enemy of creativity.”
Richard Wolf of eSoundtrax explains that while some production music is written specifically for use in music libraries, a great deal of it is the result of work done by musicians purely for their own pleasure...
Wolf explains, "I've been using the M1 since the early 90's when we did the first Bell, Biv, Devoe record and the remix of Seal's first single. If I like a keyboard I'll keep using it forever because each one has its own characteristics...