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A place where host Blake Murray and his professional musician friend Marty Gray dig into everything about music. Our podcast instigates creative ideas you can take with you. We will discuss all the skills around being a music lover, including songwriting, production, the creative process, music theory, music history and anything and everything else we can think of. Much love! Bye! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/support
 
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How does the harmonic series map to string instruments? Blake and Marty show how harmonics work, and what they sound like, and play examples from many greats including Alan Gogall and Victor Wooten. Marty ends the show with a mystery instrument. Try and guess what it is! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSuppo…
 
There is a difference between throat singing and overtone singing. Marty breaks it down and shares more stylistic choices from singers around the world, and out of this world (The music of Dune). In this episode, you will hear something you have never heard before! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport thi…
 
The long awaited episode on the harmonic series. Did you know every note you hear is full of multiple other notes? This is a fundamental concept of how sound works, and it impacts everything. Marty breaks down the science, shows how the harmonic series creates timbre and how your brain interprets it all. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.…
 
Was John Cage the first meme-artist? Or something more? Marty and Blake explore the history of the prepared piano and John Cage as an icon who shaped music as we know it today. Marty reveals a very interesting piece of music he wrote at the end. To hear some bonus music that we discuss see this link to our YouTube playlist. --- Send in a voice mess…
 
Blake and Marty uncover what it takes to make a sample pack, and listen to a beautiful prepared piano along the way. It can be as complex or simple as you make it, and it is definitely worth it in either case. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/s…
 
John Cage started it and now you're hooked too. Marty completes the history and shows off a bunch of free-source prepared piano sounds. These are something you have never heard before. Then he discloses a sneak peak into how he made his own prepared piano sample pack. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport …
 
Get some or make some! Marty said it best, sample packs are the producers "bread and butter." He details some free sample packs to get you started and demos a handful. You can have the piano Phillip Glass has in his home or even the sounds of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSuppor…
 
After writing lyrics, Blake and Marty sit down and record vocals. Learn Marty's process, hear him write melodies on the fly, double and triple tracks and fine tune the final result. While all that happens, Blake finally realizes how effective it is to describe a desired vocal character with playfully ambiguous analogies. --- Send in a voice message…
 
Ever struggle with lyrics? Before jumping into recording, Marty and Blake sit down and write lyrics on the fly. Marty shares quite a few tricks for making it through this journey and being satisfied with the result. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/su…
 
Know a guy? Want to bring in the big boy bass player? Here's how to prepare, what to think about and how to have the most fun when bringing people in to help you with your music. If you have never hired, you are like Blake! Give it a try and see what happens. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport this podc…
 
Marty and Blake finally add enough layers to their song Instinct Cringes. Now they start to cut, arrange and then add more layers. They sample paper, matches and a toothbrush to add texture. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/support…
 
In this workshop Marty and Blake recreate (from memory) a song they started in high school! In part one we lay out what we remember and make plans to add many many layers to build a full and beautiful song. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetuneshedpodcast/support…
 
Even if you have perfect pitch, turns out there is still room for error. What's the smallest margin of "detectable pitch change"? As it turns out, you can train your perception. Marty shares some neat exercises near the end. Marty and Blake also discuss musical memory, amusia, orchestra tuning tricks and the physical length of low notes. --- Send i…
 
Do I have to use standard tuning for my guitar? No! First we get distracted and talk about what we are listening to: Rosalía, Amnesia Scanner, Oneohtrix Point Never... then Marty teaches the coolest guitar tunings artists use and some that that can make playing guitar easier. Marty wraps it up by sharing his facial hair pattern and Blake shares the…
 
Microphones- for those of us that have never heard the word "ribbon" used in music and don't know what phantom power could possibly be. This is part one of the complete guide to microphones, how to choose them and how to use them. See microphones demonstrated here: https://twitter.com/TuneShed --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thetunes…
 
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