Ep. 31 of Themes and Variation covers some hardcore guilty pleasures with Soundfly Mentor, composer, and educator, Lavender Looi.
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.
Ep. 30 of Themes and Variation features Peter Martin, jazz pianist and composer, educator, and founder of the e-learning site, Open Studio.
Here’s our rundown of eight of the most exciting new artistic voices in American jazz music in 2021. Enjoy!
Based on neuroscience research, improvisation can deactivate the self-judgment in your brain, and help you engage more creatively with music.
Bands tend to…break things. So given price and durability need to be factored into performing, here are the best synths for live shows.
Solo artists, songwriters, and composers, you may be nervous to, but here’s how to open yourself up to new collaborative frontiers.
In her latest column, Mahea Lee meditates on how hard it can be to accept someone’s offer to lend a helping hand, and why we should.
Join us for Episode 24 of “Themes and Variation,” in which we embarrassingly share the classic rock lyrics we could never get quite right.
Soundfly’s resident synth expert tackles a patch rebuild from Depeche Mode’s classic new wave archive using the soft wavetable synth Serum.