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.
Soundfly student songwriting producer Allie Alvarado reflects on how her recent session helped her think like an engineer while writing.
In Soundfly’s new course, Intro to Music Production in Ableton Live, you’ll learn the fundamentals of creating music in this versatile DAW.
From March 5 to 8, the She Knows Tech virtual summit will bring education, mentoring, workshops and panels to your home (or home studio).
There are many unwritten rules songwriters tend to treat as the Gospel, but when the innovative break them, incredible things happen.
If you’ve never gone live on the internet before, here’s a beginner’s guide to livestreaming your music on Twitch in 2021.
Courtesy of Soundfly’s new Ableton Live course, here’s a lesson on punching recorded audio in and out to comp a better take.
Today we’re comparing a few of the most lauded audio interfaces on the market for a modest price, suited for home recordists of all kinds.
Identifying that eery tone in one of Radiohead’s most well-known songs off “Kid A” was not easy, but it was fun.
That’s what we’re talking about today in Episode 14 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation” with guest Sam Friedman (Past Palms).
Hip-hop has been pulled in so many directions over the years, here are 7 producers who we think will do the pulling for years to come.
Get to know the newest member of the Soundfly Mentor team, a Grammy-winning songwriter/producer ready to help you achieve your goals!
How to create a positive, working relationship with your inner voice, and not succumb to the self-critiques that can damage your confidence.