There’s a lot of bizarre theories out there about, well just about anything. Here’s four of our favorite musical consipiracy anti-histories.
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That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along with podcast host/historian Hughie Stone Fish in Ep 9 of “Themes and Variation”
If you’re looking to impart a sinister, mysterious, bittersweet, or jazzy quality into your songwriting, do it using scale modes! Here’s how.
Here’s a quick lesson on songwriting perspectives with advice on how to choose your lyrical point of view when starting to write.
We don’t care if you’re 5 or 55, if you want to color your favorite artists in to show your fan dedication, that’s awesome. Here are some of our faves.
Bassists don’t always get the credit they deserve. Here are 10 examples of rock bassists eeking out a moment to let their brilliance shine through.
Here’s a super handy cheat sheet for remembering descending note intervals, using some of the most familiar melodies in music history!
Writing music for a show or film? Check out this beginner’s lesson on creating a sense of nostalgia in your music to fit the narrative.
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When Bob Marley toured New Zealand for the first and only time in 1979 (he…