Skip to main content
Login | Register
Change colour settings
How music works
Instruments and voices
Music in context
Composing and remixing
Create music yourself
Help and resources
Almost everyone listens to music. But do you know what's going on inside it? What are the parts that make up a piece of music and how do they fit together?
Use the Explorer and article links on this page to find out about how music works...
Find out how you can use SoundJunction's Explorer tool to get inside music
Find out more
Use the Explorer tool to find out what's going on inside the song Moving Away, by Tunde Jegede
Step inside the orchestra: hear and watch what's going on in David Horne's piece 'Emerging Dances'
Use the Explorer tool to explore the different parts that make up Jason Yarde's song, Where will it take you?
Rock band Johnny Panic take three pieces, add electric guitars and create a whole new piece...
Remix artist C Swing remixes jazz with trip hop in 'Where will you go?' Find out what he came up with.
Producer Dennis Rollins mixes three musical genres into one new style. Find out what he used to do it.
Trumpeter, Ngoni-player and musical traveller Byron Wallen creates a dynamic soundscape from the materials in SoundJunction. How did he do it?
Vocalist, composer and drum ’n bass MC Cleveland Watkiss turned the music of three continents into a drum ’n bass remix. So what does it sound like?
Listen to music from around the world and discover how music is affected by the context in which it is written
SoundJunction asked three composers from different musical traditions to write a piece of music. They were all given the same starting point – a rhythm. So what did they make of this request and what did they come up with?
Read Full Article
About SoundJunction |
Terms & Conditions |
User Details |