Shortening, cleaning up, trimming off the intro and outro of your song; your new single might need some adjusting for top radio play.
In this short lesson from our beginner-level New Songwriter’s Workshop course, we share some tips to get you brainstorming if you’re stuck.
In this edition of Soundfly Basics, we run down the usefulness and potential applications of utilizing tension in your chord progressions.
A beginner’s guide to what NFTs are and how they can be used by musicians to create deep fan connections and new, lucrative revenue streams.
Here are our top 5 pieces of advice for musicians seeking grant funding, and how to apply with confidence in your proposal!
What a music theory book at age 13 taught me about how to look at chords, chord progressions and the emotions they’re capable of manifesting.
With the seasons changing, we wanted to put together a collaborative playlist to welcome in the autumn, and cozy up in some musical sweaters.
Ep. 30 of Themes and Variation features Peter Martin, jazz pianist and composer, educator, and founder of the e-learning site, Open Studio.
As affordable and innovative as computers have become artists today might still enjoy recording music on some analog alternatives, here’s why.
Go back to school, but don’t bother with the classroom. Here are the Top 5 read music learning articles on Flypaper this month.