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How to be an Online Session Musician: Part 1

A session musician is someone who’s paid to add their instrumentation to a recording or live event on a casual basis. In terms of recording you’d previously go to a studio, often in a major city.  Whilst this still happens with the advent of the internet, plus affordable recording equipment, . . . Read more

How to Reverse Engineer any Music

A couple of years ago I started to create a framework for music creation. I was doing it unconsciously during the practice in starting creating new tracks.  I’ve compiled these tips and strategies. You can use them for inspiration, imitating other tracks and learning new elements from music.  Here’s the . . . Read more

15 Top Audio Tracks for Drone Videos

Picture it now: graceful and exciting footage captured by a drone as it sweeps over a landscape. Now imagine the theme to Seasame Street playing over the top of it. That’s an entirely different vibe and it’s why your choice of track matters. Undeniable Awesomeness Vehicle We’ve put together our . . . Read more

Music and Audio Glossary of Terms—Part 4

The modern world is full of three-letter acronyms, or TLAs, and other jargon. The world of music and audio is no different. Every given topic area has its own specific abbreviations and terminology that can, at first, be impenetrable to some. In this tutorial I attempt to demystify a few of . . . Read more

The Pool Window in Cubase—Part 2

Locating Events and Clips Sometimes you may have to figure out which events in a project refer to a clip, you can use the Select in Project option in the right-click context menu of a clip. As soon as you select this option, all the events in the project that . . . Read more

Sound Design With FMMF Synth

What You’ll Be Creating FMMF is a freeware FM synthesizer made for the KVR Developer Challenge 2009. It is 32-bit and Windows only, so you will probably need a wrapper for running.  I used jBridge for using it in Ableton. You can download it from the De La Mancha website.  The . . . Read more

Effective Chord Changes on Guitar—Part 1

I’ll begin this tutorial with some good news—everyone struggles with chord changes when they start learning the guitar. The chances are that whatever’s holding you back isn’t a problem unique to you.  This is the first of a two-part tutorial will identify some points for you to consider, as well . . . Read more

Effective Chord Changes on Guitar—Part 2

A good magician never lets the mechanics of a trick obscure an illusion. As for guitar playing, an audience should never hear how you’re producing sounds. In this context, that means working towards seamless chord changes. This is the second in a two-part tutorial, and here are some more concepts . . . Read more

Music and Audio Glossary of Terms—Part 3

The modern world is full of three-letter acronyms, or TLAs, and other jargon. The world of music and audio is no different. Every given topic area has its own specific abbreviations and terminology that can, at first, be impenetrable to some. In this tutorial I attempt to demystify a few of . . . Read more