This post highlights some ways that electronic music can be brought into the classroom to help students explore new creative territories.
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An OpEd by composer Danny Clay on the effects of a “we” based collaborative classroom environment, as opposed to a “you / I” learning model.
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Carter Lee, host of Soundfly’s new podcast Themes and Variation, was invited to guest on The Conscious Creative. Listen here!
Are you in desperate need of something that makes you feel complete again? Try revisiting old nostalgic tunes from your childhood, here’s why.
Let’s revisit one of Radiohead’s most propulsive and intricately layered songs, to deconstruct all the elements at play and how they function.
Soundfly student producer Samuel Shih reflects on how his latest mentorship session helped him get back to his identity basics to create better songs.
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along with Ari Stidham in Episode 6 of Soundfly’s podcast, “Themes and Variation.” Check it out!
It’s not hard to break out of predictable chord patterns with a new mindset on harmony, and a bit of easy help from secondary dominants, too.