There’s a digital distribution platform for every song in your catalog, so how do you choose just one? Here’s four of our favorites, and why.
Essential thoughts on how to set up a DIY vocal recording booth in your home, and techniques to avoid common pitfalls.
Scared of the staff? Nod off at the sight of notation? Have no fear, here are some tips for composing music even if you can’t read it (yet)!
Whenever inspiration strikes, you want to be ready with a robust and (most importantly) fun mobile app to get your song ideas down right away.
There’s really nothing complicated about this post. Songwriters, you looking for some quick inspiration? How about some lyric and melody ideas? We can help.
Probably one of the strangest mental leaps we’ve made here on Flypaper to date, but Caleb Murphy makes a solid argument here. Do you agree?
Using gain adjustments from recording through mixing will help your track come out crisp and free of distortion, and make your master sound better too.
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.
Layering your voice to create a chorus effect is a great tool that costs you nothing but time, and can add tons of value to your chorus. Here’s how.
You read that right… Doodling can help increase memory recall, relieve stress, and reorient your focus when your mind is wandering. Any questions?