In Ep. 42, Jlin stops by the podcast (alongside Carter and Martin) to talk about songs that have redefined our sense of time.
Courtesy of her brand new course on Soundfly, Jlin shares her thoughts and advice on how to play with the impact of your beat.
Courtesy of his brand new course on Soundfly, Kiefer shares a video lesson about channeling one’s influences to sound more like… yourself.
Courtesy of his brand new course on Soundfly, Kiefer shares a lesson covering his unique method of deriving melodies and rhythms from speech.
Here are five simple but powerful strategies for using delay to liven, fatten, and strengthen your mix productions.
Today we try to break down the puzzling mathematics of Noname’s unquantized, Dilla-esque beat in “Sunny Duet” (Nerds unite!)
A quick look at what quantizing is, and when or when not to use it when making beats, producing tracks, and mixing songs.
Most of musical notation can be interpreted in simple mathematic structures, here’s how you can learn complex time signatures in a super easy way!
You might recognize hemiola as being a foundational polyrhythmic beat of African music, but did you know you can also compose hemiola melodically?
Drumming and loud sound are such large parts of Puerto Rican culture, it only makes sense they’d be the focal point of this week’s protests. Take a listen!