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Music education is much more than online videos and practicing scales, here’s how to actively engage with music by simply listening.
In a classroom setting, teachers must trust that a student’s learning process will take a variety of paths, almost none of them being linear.
This post highlights some ways that electronic music can be brought into the classroom to help students explore new creative territories.
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.
Learning to read or write music? Here’s a quick guide to making chords within the various scales and modes you might encounter in music theory.
Learning to read or write music? Here’s a quick-yet-deep primer on how key signatures work across major, minor, modal, blues and other tonalities.
In this interview with Ableton’s Dennis Desantis, we explore the concept of learning online, how hands-on and personal electronic music is, and much more.
Automated mastering opens a lot of doors for artists on a budget, we’ve compared the two major services to see which is best.
Learning things online can be a frustrating experience. Here’s a free guide to help you learn skills deeper, retain information longer, and not waste time.