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I am creating recordings “for guitarists” – that is, taking popular or well known music and really amping up the guitar sound (so to speak). First two songs will be Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” and The National’s “Rains of Castamere” from Game of Thrones. These will be licensed recordings available for purchase from this website – or available to my Patrons.
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Author Archives: Michael Tillman
Happy Halloween everyone! Time for Guitar and Bass lessons? Email us: MotiviqueStudio@Gmail.com. This was a really fun video to make, because I don’t usually have a call to play these songs. There’s a lot of stuff that didn’t go on … Continue reading
Greetings everyone! We’re heading in to 2019 and it was time to change my direction a bit. I’m still on Patreon, but I’m going to use that to benefit my recording projects. My recording projects are based on licensing well … Continue reading
I have definitely not disappeared, but being a new home-owner has kept us busy – it is finally settling down to where we can enjoy it, but the first couple months was quite a change. Something I’ve never really addressed … Continue reading
Changes are definitely coming. Lakewood Guitar Studio will become Motivique Studio. It may not be as pastoral a name, but it’s on the other hand, it’s French! We are already stretching it to think of Mockingbird and 75 as Lakewood. … Continue reading