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Making Music with Polymeters - Unedited Studio Session 

In this video, you'll learn how to use polymeters to overcome writer's block and start making music!

We get a lot of questions about our online apprenticeship course's unique format, so we made this video for you as a free…

How to Modify Modes & Make Rare Scales, like Dorian ♭2 ♯4 

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory. We help you make great music that stands out, so you can move and grow your audience! If that…

4 Essentials to Enliven Your Bass Lines 

No matter what genre you make music in, you can easily funk up your bass lines, which will get people moving to your music. So in this video, you’ll learn how to apply four essential funk elements to your…

How to Write Better Djent Riffs 

What makes a great djent riff? Two things: the right notes, with the right polymeter. So in this video you’ll learn all that, plus you’ll learn how to make your riffs stand out by adding a second melody…

How to Write a Beautiful Piano Chord Progression & Melody 

The piano is a universal instrument, so a great piano part will give your song a timeless feel. And in this lesson, you’ll learn how to write a beautiful piano chord progression and melody, which will stand the test…

Want Exotic Melodies? Use These Notes... 

Most popular music is made using the two most common western scales: the major, and the natural minor. So the best way to make your melodies stand out is to use a non-western scale (like the one we’ll reveal in…

Use These Notes to Make Grime Bass Lines 

When you want a heavy bass line, do you find yourself clicking through your sounds trying to find something that makes your bass heavy? Well, sounds don’t make bass lines heavy, the notes do. So in this video, you’ll…

Use This Chord to Transform Your Progressions 

It’s easy to play a few chords that sound nice together. But those chord progressions are really bland, cos there’s no spice in them. So in this video, you’ll learn how to transform your progressions with one super spicy chord