Writing music for a show or film? Check out this beginner’s lesson on creating a sense of nostalgia in your music to fit the narrative.
Inspired by Arnold Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School, here are three ways to use atonal composition techniques in your pop music-making!
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This article originally appeared on Ethan Hein’s blog. This video recently made the rounds on Facebook. I was thinking about “Clair de Lune” and how strange and complicated the rhythm is. I was…
Learn about how producers today take “timeless” sounds and warp them in mixing to give their tracks retro familiarity, but also fresh modernity.
Some quick and handy tips for mixing a fresh new saxophone recording. Here’s how I take the best of what I’ve got and make it sound even better!
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Thinking of taking your audio recording and mixing skills to a higher level? These 5 inspiring books will help point you in the right direction!
Producers today make as many compositional decisions as entire songwriting teams of yore. How does this affect publishing? Hint: it could use a rethink.
Music publicist Angela Mastrogiacomo shares her tips on how to craft an artist press release that every journalist is going to want to read.
Looking to enhance your knowledge and mixing skills, practice your chops, and build your portfolio of work? We definitely have an online course for you.
In need of something to make you feel good about the world? Here are 6 inspiring music ed. organizations making change in African communities right now!
We spoke to NYC bands Pinc Louds and The Living Strange about how they’re able to create some of the most exciting, innovative live music performances ever!
Some quick and handy approaches to getting a great sounding recording of your drumkit, even if you only have a couple mics lying around your home studio!