Announcing Behind The Bars, our week of unified, curated content that seeks to spread awareness of and active engagement with music programs in prisons.
Here are five easy tips to improving your time management when it comes to improving your music and career on a daily basis; in quarantine or not!
Writing to creative briefs and prompts is a great way to challenge and optimize your instincts as a songwriter. We can help with that.
We’re very proud to announce the launch of Soundfly’s brand new podcast, “Themes and Variations,” available wherever you get your podcasts on August 19th!
A dual historical and contemporary editorial thinking through the blindspots and newfound responsibilties of curating in today’s cultural economy.
In this article, we explore how the score music to Groundhog Day uses theme and variation to reflect elements of repetition, cycling, and resolution.
A quick look at what quantizing is, and when or when not to use it when making beats, producing tracks, and mixing songs.
Our new active learning column is intended to assist, inspire, and offer a peek into the types of discussions we have behind-the-scenes here at Soundfly HQ.
Learning to read or write music? Here’s a quick-yet-deep primer on how key signatures work across major, minor, modal, blues and other tonalities.
Listening to music in stereo is best, right? Well, yes, but for listeners using a phone, laptop, or in a bar, you’re going to want a balanced mono sound.