Online music education platform collaborates with Kimbra

Friday, 12 March, 2021

Online music education platform collaborates with Kimbra

Innovative online music education platform Soundfly has announced a partnership with Grammy-winning artist Kimbra, offering a look inside the artist's creative process and equipping students with the skills they need to create evocative performances, lush arrangements and compelling muscial productions.

Soundfly offers creative courses, community and mentorship to professional and amateur musicians built around a research-backed, active learning model. New Zealand-born, New York-based Kimbra is best known for tracks including Somebody That I Used to Know, Top of the World and Settle Down.

In Kimbra: Vocal Creativity, Arranging, and Production, the artist explores her dynamic vocal and production approach through over 40 videos, walking students through her singing technique, songwriting process, arrangements, and even opening up the Pro Tools sessions of some of her biggest hits — including Top of the World, Goldmine and Like They Do on the TV — to give students an unprecedented view of how the tracks came together.

"The first time I heard Kimbra's music, she was using nothing but a loop pedal and her voice to create this incredible, complex arrangement," said Soundfly CEO Ian Temple.

"She is without a doubt one of the most creative voices in pop music today. We're excited to help bring her techniques to light, so that our students can transform their own approach to music making."

"I made this course for any artist out there who wants to expand what's possible to do as a singer and producer," said Kimbra. "I hope to give students the tools to deepen their songwriting, understand how to use production to accentuate the voice, and ultimately create music that is unique, honest and inspired."

Further information can be found here.

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