We’re excited to announce Soundfly’s new online music course with retro-futuristic synthwave trailblazer, Com Truise, out today!
In Ep. 42, Jlin stops by the podcast (alongside Carter and Martin) to talk about songs that have redefined our sense of time.
In today’s edition of Student Spotlight, Shea Winpigler (Buttr) bares all about addressing her growing self-confidence in music production.
Thinking about how chords relate to the notes in your melody is an important aspect of voice leading with intention — here’s a quick guide.
We asked Atlantic Records’ pro mixing engineer, Brandon Miranda, to share his thoughts on mixing lead vox against a background chorus…
In this video from Com Truise’s new course on Soundfly, Seth Haley breaks down his song “Ultrafiche of You” and the synth at the heart of it.
A summary of research that supports the idea that our brain activity remains in learning mode while we’re at rest. Hence: take more breaks!
Whether you’re in need of some relaxing, peaceful soundscapes, or searching for source audio to sample, these website have you covered.
Soundfly’s new monthly newsletter, “5 Lessons On…” comes to Flypaper. Check out these thematically curated lessons to direct your learning.
In Ep. 44 of Soundfly’s podcast, the core panel gets together to parse songs they’ve heard way too many times in their lives.
Helpful examples and advice from musicians who have gone through chronic pain and come out of it successful, and inspirational!
Radio is still king, so we invited our friends at RadioKing to share their pro-level thoughts on how to use radio to promote a new release!
Learn more about this often misunderstood tool, which mixing engineers and bedroom producers alike can utilize to full effect.
Whether you’re suffering from writer’s block or plagued by TOO MANY song ideas, outlining can help you fill a song’s form and stay on track.