For this special Episode 25 of “Themes and Variation,” we chat with RJD2 about sampling, song idea fodder, and his new course on Soundfly!
Honoring the great 19th century French symphonic composer who still to this day, hasn’t gotten her fair share of acclaim.
Join us for Episode 24 of “Themes and Variation,” in which we embarrassingly share the classic rock lyrics we could never get quite right.
Improve your composing, orchestration, arranging, and music theory skills with Soundfly Mentor Andre Madation in four weeks.
In this edition of our Student Spotlight series, we chat with composer/sound designer Kevin G on his score to the game, Desert Moon of Karth.
Taken from our “Themes and Variation” companion course on Soundfly, this lesson uses Saint-Saëns’ to explore how stories get told musically.
From Soundfly Student Eva Grill, a beautiful reflection on where inspiration for melodic ideas comes from, and where it takes her when she follows it.
Read about an incredible project that pairs a NYC string quartet with inmates at a South Carolina prison, where the results and changes go both ways.
Got a great melodic motif that you don’t know how to develop? Here are four easy and creative ways to flesh it out into a full musical arrangement.
In this edition of our Student Spotlight series, composer Eva Grill recounts the changes she went through during her recent Soundfly mentorship session.