TheoryBoard

Theory Board makes music theory easy.. and much more

There are countless ways to learn music theory out there. You know - chords, intervals, scales, arpeggios.. that kind of stuff. Most of them are (let's be frank) quite boring, old or just not interactive, making the process of learning a very difficult and tedious one. Worst of all, however, none of the theory methods, … Continue reading Theory Board makes music theory easy.. and much more

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7 FREE Virtual Instruments I Recommend

Virtual Instruments are pieces of software that allow you to play an instrument without relying or owning any physical hardware. They have internal sound engines (which can be modelling, synthesis or sample based) and are able to generate sounds and music. Most of them are usually controlled though some kind of MIDI (wired or wireless) input. Let's … Continue reading 7 FREE Virtual Instruments I Recommend

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9 FREE Plug-ins I Recommend: Effects

Music production and recording nowadays largely relies on the use of Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) and plug-ins. Plug ins can be roughly split into two categories: Virtual Instruments Effects Virtual instruments can either be used to mimic real instruments by employing software (modelling or sampling based) or can be new types of instruments altogether, and … Continue reading 9 FREE Plug-ins I Recommend: Effects

zylia

Help Zylia reach their funding goal on Indiegogo

Zylia is a "microphone for multi-track music recording and separation of instrument tracks". For music geeks, it's like the impossible becoming possible. A single microphone device able to record a whole band simultaneously , with multi track output and correct instrument separation? It's impossible... but it's exactly what Zylia promises. How does Zylia do that? … Continue reading Help Zylia reach their funding goal on Indiegogo