Learn 5 ways to instantly produce better songs without spending more money on plugins and gear.
There are few techno tracks as influential as Joey Beltram’s “Energy Flash.” But it’s also a case study in form and influence – one you can learn from. To get started, listen to the tracks that came first. The post Happy 909 Day! Listen to the songs that came before ‘Energy Flash’ appeared first on … Continue reading Happy 909 Day! Listen to the songs that came before ‘Energy Flash’
Scales are a basic element of music. You’re probably familiar with the major scale and the minor scales. And the blues scale is the foundation for an entire genre. After that, there’s the modes. They’re a type of scale too. The modes bring new colors to your music, even though they come from the major … Continue reading 7 Weird Scales That Will Set Your Songs Apart
Learn what an aux (return) track does and how to mix songs faster using aux tracks (tips for all DAWs). Use 4 go-to aux track templates to simplify the process of mixing.
Okay, you’re ready to play a live set in front of a camera and stream. Or you want to finally finish some songs by actually playing. Here’s the solution – ready for your hardware grid. The post Trigger Songs in Ableton Live, on Novation Launchpad and Ableton Push appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Nothing influences your songs more than the chords you choose in your progressions. The way each type of chord flows into the next is the foundation for the basic feel of a song. But remembering all the chords and how they work is difficult. There are so many different types to keep straight. In this … Continue reading Seventh Chords: How to Add Richness to Your Songs
Songs Studios Policies vs. Indiscipline Students The plan state that if trainees really did not pay tuition cost at initial lesson of the month, they should pay late charge. An additional plan, if trainees miss out on lesson without any kind of alert, lesson can not be made up.It’s not constantly function well. The copying … Continue reading Songs Studios Policies vs. Indiscipline Students
Ever find yourself humming a song you heard years ago in the shower? That song probably has a really catchy hook. Writing hooks into your music is important. Your audience is listening for one, and if they don’t hear something they can latch onto they won’t remember your track. But how do you write something … Continue reading 6 Ideas to Help You Write Catchier Songs
My guest on the podcast this week is Jay Gilbert, who’s love of taking concert photographs eventually translated into being on the cutting edge of digital sales and marketing as an executive with Universal, Sony and Warner Music Groups. Jay has created and executed unique online marketing plans for a wide variety of artists, including Elton John, KISS, … Continue reading Ghost Songs, Illegal Tribute Bands, And Music Strategy Consultant Jay Gilbert On My Latest Podcast
Sorry humbugs, but Christmas appears to be just around the corner now and it’s something that even us music tech nerds can’t escape. To prove that point, Viberate have gone full geek-mode and carried out a deep analysis on which festive tunes rock our sleigh the most. The company went out to establish two questions: … Continue reading Viberate finds out which Christmas songs rock the robin the most