In this edition of Soundfly Basics, we run down the usefulness and potential applications of utilizing tension in your chord progressions.
A method that gives back as much as it pays forward that musicians as well as athletes can use to keep success top of mind…
Learn what a behavioral pattern discovered in the 1920s can do to help you stick to your To-Do list and achieve your goals…
A brief essay on how musicians and artists can gain from a perspective on their work that includes the concept of content marketing.
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?