Writing music for a show or film? Check out this beginner’s lesson on creating a sense of nostalgia in your music to fit the narrative.
Inspired by Arnold Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School, here are three ways to use atonal composition techniques in your pop music-making!
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This article originally appeared on Ethan Hein’s blog. This video recently made the rounds on Facebook. I was thinking about “Clair de Lune” and how strange and complicated the rhythm is. I was…
Taken from our email newsletter, Soundfly Weekly, this article suggests five quick options for miking an acoustic guitar for great tone flexibility.
Soundfly’s brand new course will give you a solid understanding and practical experience of one of the industry’s most powerful and trusted programs, Logic.
Hidden in plain sight in a second act interlude of Berg’s monumental Lulu, sits a full orchestra musical palindrome unlike anything in music history.
This holiday season, consider giving the gift of positive support in the form of a donation to one of these ten important music-related community charities.
Drowning in a sea of gear searching for the perfect gift for the musician in your life? We’ve got your back with our favorite musical presents for 2018!
Making special music for the holidays is a great way to deepen your engagement with fans, bring in a bit of extra dough, and help people simply feel good!
You spoke and we listened. Here are our favorite testimonies and comments from the Soundfly community as to why they love playing open mics!
What’s the difference between a writer’s share and a publisher’s share, and why is it important to control your own publishing rights? Find out here.
Whether it’s your first time or fifth, the recording studio can be very intimidating and expensive. In order to not waste time and money, follow these tips.
In this edition of “Talking Points,” Berlin-based electronic artist Caterina Barbieri explains her psychoacoustic approach to making machine music.