Writing to creative briefs and prompts is a great way to challenge and optimize your instincts as a songwriter. We can help with that.
A quick look at what quantizing is, and when or when not to use it when making beats, producing tracks, and mixing songs.
Listening to music in stereo is best, right? Well, yes, but for listeners using a phone, laptop, or in a bar, you’re going to want a balanced mono sound.
In this lesson plucked from Soundfly’s The Creative Power of Advanced Harmony course, we go over the chromatic device in Portishead’s melodic writing.
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!
Layering your voice to create a chorus effect is a great tool that costs you nothing but time, and can add tons of value to your chorus. Here’s how.
Find out how to create strong yet airy and not harsh-sounding vocals for your hip-hop mix. Why? Because hip-hop is ALL ABOUT the vocals!
Producing your own vocal tracks at home? Learn more about how human vocal frequencies work in order to manipulate how they sound in your tracks.
Introducing Soundfly’s Expert Ableton Live Mentor Pack: Our five strongest production mentors who are ready to take your Ableton skills to the next level!
Working with collaborators is the best way to stay accountable to your goals and deadlines, but sometimes you’ve got to go it alone. Here’s some advice.