Writing interesting lyrics that rhyme can be tricky, but a good rhyme scheme can help your lyrics flow. Learn all the tools to master the use of rhyme schemes in your lyric writing.
One of the most popular questions those mixing music ask is, do you need a subwoofer? We consider the important stuff, like: what are you planning to mix? What’s your room like? Do you have neighbors?
What is a submix? What are some ways you can use them in your music production and mixing? In this blog we cover a few ways to set up submixes, from the simplest to the most grandiose.
Does it seem like everyone’s using the same audio samples in their beats? Follow along as we dive into four fresh approaches to editing borrowed sounds.
It’s easy to get stuck in a songwriting rut when you use the same chords over and over. Try these reharmonization tips to add new harmonic colors and interest to your songs.
Here are some of the best electronic albums out now, and why you should listen to them front to back.
From cinematic masterpieces to avant-garde hip-hop influence, we take a look at what sounds are permeating pop music in 2018.
What is metering in the mixing and mastering process? We examine metering tools as they relate to levels, frequency content, stereo spread, and dynamic range.
Vocals are often the most important part of a recording, but some singers struggle to achieve that “radio-ready” vocal track. Here are some physical and mental techniques singers that will help bring out the best in your voice.