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Wu-Tang Clan “Of Mics and Men” Music Theory 

Learn how to write a bass line using a music theory hack from Wu-Tang Clan “Seen a Lot of Things” (from “Of Mics and Men” EP).

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony)…

Slipknot “Unsainted” Music Theory 

Learn how to write melodies in counterpoint, using a music theory hack from Slipknot “Unsainted” (off their upcoming album “We Are Not Your Kind”).

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and…

Writing a Chord Progression for a Melody 

Learn how to write chords for a bass line in this unedited video that reveals the process of making music.

Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate Harmony and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory. …

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 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…

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

Wanna Bass with the Big Beat Boys? 

There’s many genres that are all about bass and drums, and many of those genres often don’t even use chords. But, chords are essential in creating musical depth, so in this video you’ll learn a game-changing bass hack that…