BROOKLYN, NY, February 15, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Music education platform Soundfly and experimental producer and composer Jlin have teamed up to launch an online course covering Jlin’s artistic process and approach to creating groundbreaking rhythm music . Jerrilynn Patton, who plays Jlin, has crossed over to the Midwestern footwork scene and become one of the most innovative electronic producers working today. “Jlin: Rhythm, Variation, & Vulnerability” is available as part of Soundfly’s subscription library for creative music lessons. The course offers an inspiring look at how Jlin thinks about music production and seeks to help upcoming artists identify and nurture the unique elements of their own sound.
Jlin is an ever-changing electronic artist whose work bears a complex and unpredictable time signature. Music publication Pitchfork called Jlin’s work a “beautiful and overwhelming piece of musical architecture, an epic treatise on where rhythm came from and where it can go”, and Spin magazine described it as “the future progressive club music”.
Pitchfork put all three of their full albums on their Best New Music and Best Electronic Music lists. Jlin’s collaborators include musical artists Björk, St. Vincent, Martin Gore, Max Richter, choreographer Wayne MacGregor and many more. His catchy, percussive music is used extensively for dance and fashion, with internships on Paris Fashion Week shows for Rick Owens, Chanel, Burberry and Adidas.
“Jlin: Rhythm, Variation, & Vulnerability” features 16 videos, plus readings, hands-on exercises, creative prompts, and a Slack group for feedback and support. The course takes a high-level look at the role vulnerability plays in Jlin’s musical creation and how embracing difficult creative moments can fuel originality. Students will come away with a deeper understanding of rhythmic variation and the inspiration to make their own music less predictable.
Soundfly CEO Ian Temple said of the creation of the course: “Jlin’s mindset and approach is unlike any we have featured on Soundfly before. His process is deeply vulnerable and painstakingly precise, leading to a sound brimming with complex ideas. I hope students come away with a new perspective on how to keep their music fresh and surprising.
Describing her intention behind the course, Jlin said, “I want to share my journey with other artists as honestly as possible. I see the obstacles you encounter while making music as one of the most important parts of the process. I think it is crucial to share this struggle. In this course, I explore my process as vulnerable as possible. I hope something in my journey will help other artists in theirs.
Learn more: https://soundfly.com/courses/jlin-rhythm-variation-vulnerability
Soundfly offers creative lessons for curious musicians looking to spark their creativity, expand their skills, and discover new sounds. Students can subscribe to Soundfly’s library of in-depth lessons on topics ranging from songwriting to hip-hop production, or take their music learning to the next level with Soundfly’s personalized mentorship program , pairing students one-on-one with an expert to achieve a personal goal.
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