A Brief Introduction to ‘Afrology’
In 2013, one used to have an interesting/cool series known as “Afro Basics 101”. Through that series, I used to share a great selection of royalty-free FL Studio 10 projects that were originally designed for people looking to either improve their music production skills on the surface or fundamentally understand the basic formulas and creative processes involved in the development of an Afro house music record.
This year, I have excitingly decided to reintroduce that very same series, only this time I’ll be driving it under a completely name: Afrology.
A lot can be said about the new direction for this highly informative series, but in the interest of keeping things very short here, I’m just going to refer you to the initial description as highlighted in the opening paragraph of this here post.
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In lemens terms though, ‘Afrology’ is (in some ways) an informal approach to music production 101. So, on the surface, you may refer to it to as an insightful collection of royalty-free FL studio projects and other productions, but at the core, it’s an experiential approach to sound design and audio engineering.
That being, I’m super excited and obviously stoked about the re-introduction of this here monthly series and I honestly can’t wait for you to check-out the very first instalment – as the project is already done and should be coming your way in just a few days from now. Do keep an eye for all the links and promo videos that I will be uploading on the blog, social media and other interweb channels for this one (including YouTube).