In this edition of Student Spotlight, Soundfly alum Kiri Sparks reflects on her magnificent, shimmering debut single, made with guidance from her mentor.
From Soundfly Student Eva Grill, a beautiful reflection on where inspiration for melodic ideas comes from, and where it takes her when she follows it.
We lay out some of the best reasons why all musicians and producers working at home right now need to pick up a MIDI controller.
A heartfelt OpEd by the director of the music documentary, “16 Bars,” on the challenges, solutions, and revelations of producing in a prison.
Read about an incredible project that pairs a NYC string quartet with inmates at a South Carolina prison, where the results and changes go both ways.
We explore in audio, photo, and text, the history of John and Alan Lomax’s multiple visits to Parchman Farm to record prisoners’ work songs between 1933-69.
Exploring the impact of the establishment of a multi-vocal choir for women inmates in an Israeli prison by a professional conductor and music educator.
A dual historical and contemporary editorial thinking through the blindspots and newfound responsibilties of curating in today’s cultural economy.
On this week’s Student Spotlight edition, we chat with student Sophie Guay about her contribution to Cirque Du Soleil’s “Strength In Unity” project!
Choosing the right digital distribution provider for your music is no walk in the park, there are several factors to consider; here are six important ones.