Thank you for coming to this site and reading our blog. We hope you found some of the entries interesting or useful for your musical endeavors. Our purpose in writing this blog is to share our passion and interest in music with you. There are however a couple of things we would like to mention about our site’s Privacy Policy.

1.Personal Information

As you may have noticed, we don’t take your personal information in the form of a “contact sheet” or “leaving comments” on the site.

If you need to contact us, you can email to “”. When we receive an email from you, in order to handle your request and contact you back, we will use the information provided in your email. Otherwise, we won’t use your information for other purposes. We will never sell your information to other parties.

If you’d like us to disclose, update, and/or delete your personal information that we learned from communicating with you, please let us know by sending an email to “”. After confirming the request is actually from you, we will respond to your request.

2. Google Analytics

To learn about the traffic to our site, we use Google Analytics. That means, when you visit this site, Google Analytics installs a small file, called a “cookie,” on your device and collects data anonymously from your browser about how you used our site. We received the data from Google in an anonymous format that does not identify you, but we can still learn what entries were clicked most, etc.

That’s why you saw the banner asking if you agreed with the use of cookies when you visited this site for the first time. If you acknowledged and agreed, thank you! If you didn’t agree but stayed on the site, as we stated in the banner, we assume you agreed with the use of cookies.

The information collected by Google Analytics may include how you found our site and how you used our site while you were here. The collected data includes your IP address or unique device identifier and will be stored in Google’s servers. However, the data is only reported to us anonymously and no individual could be identified from the data. If you would like to learn more about how Google Analytics handles data, please refer to:

If you do not want the “cookie” to be installed, you can block it by adjusting the settings on your browser. Or, if you would like to opt out from data collection by Google Analytics, you can install “Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-ons” from

3. Jumping from this site to the third party site

Our blog entries have URLs so that you can jump to the third party site to check out the products and services we were talking about. We would like to note that once you leave our site, this privacy policy and our terms of services will not be applied to you anymore. You will instead be bound by the third party websites’ privacy policy and terms of services. We shall not be held responsible for any damages or losses caused by the use of those third party websites.

Thank you again for visiting our blog site. If any of the items above are not clear or you still have questions, please feel free to contact us at ""