In this excerpted lesson from Soundfly’s The Improviser’s Toolkit, Mahea Lee explains why it’s important to let your notes “breathe” a bit.
We revisit a classic performance by a 12-year old singer to uncover the power of establishing and then breaking through a musical boundary.
Today we’re featuring a lesson from our Advanced Synths and Patch Design course for producers on describing sounds for patch rebuilds.
This month we’re offering up 7 creative challenges from a variety of our courses to help get you going on your next exciting musical project.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
Here’s a basic primer on everything you need to know when looking for audio cables to suit all of your musical needs.
If Super Mario Bros taught us anything, it’s that gamifying the learning process leads to more motivated and fearless trying…
Call and Response is a great melodic device when it comes to writing for duets, but what if you’re solo? Here are some songwriting tips.
We’re talking songs dominated by vocals in Episode 16 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation” with our very special guest, Kimbra.
My journey to discover more women composers led me to create a database of scores written by women from the last 150 years. Here’s how.