On this week’s Student Spotlight edition, we chat with student Heiðar Sigurðsson about his new EP, and how finishing full songs is harder than you think.
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.
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?
Announcing the virtual, livestreamed 2020 edition of Mondo.NYC’s annual conference, of which Soundfly is a partner and panel host. Learn more here!
Love listening to podcasts? So do we! Here’s a rundown of our favorite podcasts for musicians this year, courtesy of the Soundfly team.
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along in Episode 3 of Soundfly’s new podcast, “Themes and Variation.” Check it out!
In this brand new video from Soundfly, we explore the history of synthesized sound from the 19th century to the present, with many stops in between.
In this edition of Student Spotlight, Soundfly alum Kiri Sparks reflects on her magnificent, shimmering debut single, made with guidance from her mentor.
The author of a 1995 L.A. opera review of “Porgy and Bess” reflects on troubled times to see how it holds up to today’s moment. Hint: nothing’s changed.
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along in Episode 2 of Soundfly’s new podcast, “Themes and Variation.” Check it out!