We’re excited to announce Soundfly’s new course with Grammy Award winner, Kimbra, on vocal creativity, arranging, and production. Learn more.
Podcasts are the biggest thing in media right now, and that universal popularity has women to thank, here are 14 of its fiercest pioneers.
In this analysis, pop music theorist Ben Morss shows how The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is built from four-note scale segments.
We’re talking about inspiring change in Episode 13 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation” with guests Speech Thomas and Keenan The First.
Call and Response is a great melodic device when it comes to writing for duets, but what if you’re solo? Here are some songwriting tips.
In this new video from Kimbra’s course on Soundfly, the pop singer explores how important it is to develop one’s own artistic vocabulary.
An open letter from an active member of the Nashville music community expressing her emotional response to recent anti-Asian racism in the US.
There are many factors that go into when and why its important to choose a release date for your next release, here’s a basic explainer.
Here are some of the worst bad habits I see songwriters falling into all the time, and my thoughts about how to break those habits!
A beginner’s guide to microphone preamps, the various types and their uses, and when to invest in a high quality preamp for your studio.
Episode 17 of Soundfly’s podcast “Themes and Variation” is live now. Join Carter, JSWISS and Charles Burchell to discuss the great J Dilla.
A sampling of single- and multi-chord progression songs between the 1980s and 2010s reveals a disheartening trend. How to fix it?
Recording your vocals at home these days? Here’s how to enliven your sound and bring your song energy with creative electronic effects.
Get to know the newest member of the Soundfly Mentor team, Brooklyn’s go-to mixing engineer for hip-hop, trap, and pop music.