Here’s five of our favorite quick mixing tips for when you’re trying to give your song a fuller, wider, and deeper sound.
If all you’re doing is mirroring the root notes of your chord progression, you’re not using bass lines to their full potential. Can we talk about it?
What’s more important than finding success in music? Find out in this thoughtful OpEd written by a musician, husband, and father in 2019.
Today we’re exploring a concept in music that has taken us from Beethoven to Freddie Mercury and beyond. And it’s got a very, very silly name too.
Get to know some of the forgotten legends of an already-legendary American genre of music, the blues, in this historical deep dive into obscurity.
Here are five ways to spice up that same old chord stuff you always find yourself playing and create a progression that sounds new and fresh!
Think you can make a hit track on a budget of… nothing? We know you can. Here’s what you’re going to need to make it happen.
A brief history of how Miles Davis’ 1959 classic “Kind Of Blue” came to be, and the album’s impacts on all kinds of musical communities.
It’s half-way through 2019 and this year has already been chock-full of great books about music. Don’t stress, we’ll walk you though some of our faves.
Why it’s important to avoid muddiness in your song’s mix and some tips on how to isolate frequencies and sounds so they don’t overlap and create chaos.