Tag: computer music

  • Why You Don’t Need a Computer to Record Professional Sounding Music

    Why You Don’t Need a Computer to Record Professional Sounding Music

    As affordable and innovative as computers have become artists today might still enjoy recording music on some analog alternatives, here’s why.

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  • How to Orchestrate an Endless Rising Tone Effect

    How to Orchestrate an Endless Rising Tone Effect

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. The “Shepard Tone,” also known as the “Shepard Scale” or “Shepard Illusion,” is an auditory illusion discovered by American cognitive scientist Roger Shepard in 1964. Shepard presented […]

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  • 5 Musical Geniuses Who Overcame Disabilities to Achieve Powerful Legacies

    5 Musical Geniuses Who Overcame Disabilities to Achieve Powerful Legacies

    Whether it’s writing a song or learning how to read music, becoming a serious musician comes with its fair share of hardship and challenges, already. Everything — from the time and patience it takes to build up your chops on a new instrument, to coughing up enough cash to purchase equipment — is a pain. […]

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