Let’s explore what NFTs are, why musicians should care, how to get started with selling your own NFTs, and whether or not they’re the right option for you.
Learn about where jazz hop originated, its key characteristics, and how you can approach creating your own tracks in the genre.
Learn about music copyright, the two key concepts that constitute it, and why understanding how it works is pivotal to your career as a musician.
From adding flavor to hi-hat rolls to making use of foley in creative ways, we explore five music production techniques for improving our drums.
New York-based DJ, producer, and In Session instructor Boston Chery sat down with us to share three tips around sampling.
We take a look at three simple but effective ways to start adding some musical randomization to your productions.
From Nikolaus Simrock to John Cage, learn about the pioneers who used randomness in their music, and how it lives on in music production today.
Let’s explore some strategies and best practices for how you can get started with TikTok and use the platform to get your music in front of more people.
In this tutorial video, we demonstrate how you can use reharmonization to add a whole new flavor to your remixes’ chord progressions.
We explore some ways you can restructure your days and mindset to better achieve your goals and have a more positive outlook on your artistic journey.
Use the algorithm to your advantage and get your music in front of a larger audience than ever with these social media tips and techniques.
We highlight four particularly impactful MIDI controllers that have made their mark across bedroom and studio setups alike.