Some quick and handy tips for mixing a fresh new saxophone recording. Here’s how I take the best of what I’ve got and make it sound even better!
In need of something to make you feel good about the world? Here are 6 inspiring music ed. organizations making change in African communities right now!
Let’s look at how music can make a song sound sad even when there are no lyrics — and why we like that so much.
A beautiful journey to find the keys to communicating with an autistic client, and helping him to relax in the most stressful moments.
In this OpEd from a former Soundfly student, we explore the effective active learning approaches key to getting the most out of any learning experience.
Taken from our email newsletter, Soundfly Weekly, this article suggests five quick options for miking an acoustic guitar for great tone flexibility.
Take a tour of 5 important copyright infringement cases in music history to learn about the decisions that helped shape how we look at songwriting today.
The internet is horrible at getting us outdoors, but it’s great at connecting likeminded collaborators all over the world. Here are 7 apps to do just that!
As Paul Simon said farewell to performing music in September in his childhood home of Queens, NY, we revisit the ups and downs of the songwriter’s career.
The first chords of your song will set the emotional precedent that your lyrics should ultimately follow. Here’s a few suggestions for starting strong!