You might be an expert at programming drum beats, but if you think back on your favorite songs, they all probably have much stronger melodies and chords.
If you’re looking to impart a sinister, mysterious, bittersweet, or jazzy quality into your songwriting, do it using scale modes! Here’s how.
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Modes and Key Signatures have a variety of different characteristics and are great for outside-the-box songwriting. Here’s a cheat sheet to remember them!
Learn how to monetize your fanbase by offering a subscription to your music, and some of the best platforms equipped with the tools to help you do it.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out Apple’s new Logic Pro X 10.5 update, drop everything and start here. We sum up all the unmissable highlights!
If you feel like you’ve been making the same beat over and over again, or you’re suffering from a severe case of “beat block,” this one’s for you!
How do you morph admiration into inspiration while avoiding unacknowledged theft of song ideas? Borrowing with respect and intention is how.
We break down the small yet significant harmonic effect that makes the climactic scene in The Truman Show break down all of our emotional barriers.
What are the differences between these three forms of volume adjustment, and when to use each of them in your mixing process? We answer that and more here.
More than just a marketing gimmick, recording new acoustic versions of your songs can be an enlightening, enjoyable experience on a few levels!
There’s a thousand reasons why songwriters today need to have the ability to put a solid rough mix on their tracks, let’s dig into the most important ones.
We’re providing a handy downloadable weekly planner to help you musicians get into a stronger routine during your time in quarantine. Fill it in each week!
Why are producers always trying to make their MIDI samples sound realistic? I argue that if anything, they should be made to sound more electronic…