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.
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.
Learning to read or write music? Here’s a quick guide to making chords within the various scales and modes you might encounter in music theory.
Lean into the new reality of remote music collaboration — these 9 amazing apps and platforms can help optimize your production, feedback, and data storage.
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along in Episode One of Soundfly’s new podcast, “Themes and Variation.” Check it out!
A heartfelt OpEd by the director of the music documentary, “16 Bars,” on the challenges, solutions, and revelations of producing in a prison.
Through means of Dancehall rhythms, modal interchange, and ostinato, Michael Jackson gives us glimpses of Black American heritage in his protest song.
Today we explore the story of Bob Dylan’s “The Hurricane,” which helped raise awareness and support for wrongly accused boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter.
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.
Rapper Drakeo The Ruler is currently being held in jail as he awaits a further trial, but while there, he may have created 2020’s best album with JoogSzn.