In this short lesson from our beginner-level New Songwriter’s Workshop course, we share some tips to get you brainstorming if you’re stuck.
Tag: Soundfly Basics
In this edition of Soundfly Basics, we run down the usefulness and potential applications of utilizing tension in your chord progressions.
In this lesson from Soundfly’s Songwriting For Producers course, we go over how to marry and unmarry bass lines with your harmonic backdrop.
A handy guide for using borrowed chords in parallel scales and modes, to make your chord progressions more refreshing and unpredictable.
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.
What exactly is a record label, and how do you know if you should partner with one to publish your music? We cover these basic questions in today’s post.
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.
A quick look at what quantizing is, and when or when not to use it when making beats, producing tracks, and mixing songs.
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.
What are the differences between these three forms of volume adjustment, and when to use each of them in your mixing process? We answer that and more here.