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Musicians, you might be able to skirt by with just your phone, but if you’d really like to up your fan engagement, look into a decent camera…Here’s why.
In this guest post by our friends at LANDR, we look at why despite what many will tell you, mixing on headphones isn’t so bad after all.
Learn what makes your living room speakers different from your ear bud headphones and how our ears perceive sonic information in this quick read.
A lengthy OpEd on the historical progression of sampling and interpolating music to modern popular creative ends and how context plays an important role.
No matter what style of music you make, background vocals can help give your track depth and dynamics. Here are 6 easy ways to write and produce them.
In this in-depth guide, you’ll learn how to avoid mic bleed in three ways so that it will never ruin another great take in the studio again.
With overwhelmingly positive results, we’re happy to share a few select testimonials of Soundfly’s Introduction to composition course directly from our students.
If all you’re doing is mirroring the root notes of your chord progression, you’re not using bass lines to their full potential. Can we talk about it?
Looking to beef up your chorus with extra anticipation and energy? Here are three simple ways to insert momentum into your song at the hook.