Hello, my name is Madison Smith and this is my blog, Reedit, dedicated to sharing all of my experiences and knowledge on being a young musician. Reedit has viewers in 23 countries and is growing everyday. Please subscribe at the bottom of the page to receive email updates when new posts are published!
Last Summer I was not satisfied with the quality of band camp I attended thus I began the search for a new camp. I decided the best idea to narrow my search was to look for summer programs at the different colleges I was interested in. That’s when I found Belmont Summer Winds.
Reeds are both a blessing and a curse. Have you ever purchased a new box of reeds and gone through the entire box not liking the sound of any of them? This has been a regular occurrence in the last year or so of my playing. I have finally achieved a tone quality I am …
Today’s technology is constantly changing and growing and to keep up to date everyone, even musicians, must learn to use it to our advantage. There are thousands of different music apps and computer programs designed for and by musicians. These are just a few of my favorite apps that I use on my iPad for …
What is Reedit
Reedit is a dedicated to bringing to light the many challenges, tips, and aspects of being a musician you don’t want to take for granted. From being in a part of a community band to how to better prepare for auditions, this is a record of the personal experiences of a young musician in a big world. Reedit is a growing blog with viewers in over 10 different countries.
About the Author
The author of Reedit, Madison Smith is a clarinetist in Northwest Arkansas who plays with the Arkansas Winds Community Band. While shes in school she takes lessons with Nophachai Cholthitchanta and teaches lessons to middle school and junior high students.