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Month: January 2020

Gangster music 2019

January 15, 2020

In particular, the overall aim of all of our programs is to promote active learning, where students are putting concepts into action, getting feedback, and making progress by doing, rather than passively ingesting information. We do that through intense personalization — by providing a personal mentor matched to your needs and a structure that supports your […]

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Individual grants for musicians

January 15, 2020

+ Join our email magazine, Soundfly Weekly, a weekly review of the best in music learning and inspiration, all focused on helping you learn one new thing a week. In other words, tons of awesome stuff just like this. Sign up here. Sometimes days seem to end up where they first began     A

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Nea funding 2019

January 15, 2020

Soundfly partners with leading edge music education sites and services to bring you unique tips, tools, and stories to empower and inspire our community to find their sound. And while I’m on a food/beverage aside, La Cumbre Brewing Co. is a great local brewery that serves my favorite beer (Slice of Hefen; which actually is a slice […]

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Best selling rap song of all time

January 15, 2020

Tapes, like vinyl, are analog, which means while you might not get that crackling sound you love so much about old vintage vinyls, you will get a uniquely analog sound that strikes up the warm and fuzzies. Plus, it actually will sound better than what you get from the compressed quality of streaming, so if […]

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Grants for photography equipment 2019

January 15, 2020

Automation can bring a mix to life — it can make your mix growl and breathe in time with the music. Automation can be used to change any parameter over time, including things like volume, panning, plug-in parameters, and more. Simple things like increasing the volume in the chorus, bringing the panning on the guitars in […]

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Nea urban grants

January 14, 2020

If you’re interested in becoming a content partner, please send articles and inquiries to support(at)soundfly.com! Initially, musicians used 808s on their own as the kick. While you can definitely still do that, things have progressed. Nowadays, the subby 808s are most commonly found as a bass tone that’s been layered with a punchy kick sound. […]

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Nih music and health grant

January 14, 2020

Djembe players use three basic sounds to get an array of different rhythms and feels — bass, tone, and slap, which have low, medium, and high pitches respectively. You get the different sounds by hitting the drum in different places and with different parts of your hands. Here’s our quick rundown to get you started. If […]

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Grants for college 2019

January 14, 2020

In our program, your mentor works with you to break your goals up into specific weekly activities, designed to be constrained, relevant, and escalating in difficulty. They will provide an overview of these projects in your Learning Plan, but then adjust them as you go to make sure that they are meeting your goals and […]

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Music for relief

January 14, 2020

With overwhelmingly positive results, we’re happy to share a few testimonials of Soundfly’s Orchestration For Strings course directly from our students. With overwhelmingly positive results, we’re happy to share a few select testimonials of Soundfly’s Beginner Harmonic Theory course directly from our students.

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Pabst blue ribbon

January 12, 2020

Another approach that works for some players is to use the C major scale on those two strings (6th and 5th) to map out the other notes as referential to them. If your aptitude for memorization is quite high, this would be quicker. Part two of this groove is what I hear as C# Phrygian with […]

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