Yoga, wellness and fitness apps are beginning to dominate the digital marketplace. For musicians looking to license their music, there’s a ton of potential.
It’s hard to find time and motivation this year to work on one’s musical skills and improve in practice. We’ve got tips for self-guided learning from home.
If you’re an apple, don’t compare yourself to an orange. If you’re an orange, don’t hold yourself up against an apple. You are what you are and that’s okay!
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!
What exactly is a record label, and how do you know if you should partner with one to publish your music? We cover these basic questions in today’s post.
A heartfelt OpEd by the director of the music documentary, “16 Bars,” on the challenges, solutions, and revelations of producing in a prison.
Thinking about starting to gig again? Here are our top suggestions for performing live music responsibly during the coronavirus “new normal.”
During this pandemic, social media has become super saturated by artists of all kinds — break through the noise with some of these Instagram tips.
We spoke with composer and indie marketing expert Cheryl Englehardt about how and why musicians should keep the conversation going with their fans right now.