Live shows are finally coming back, after a nearly two year hiatus. Are YOU ready with your band’s merch table sales strategy yet?
In this video borrowed from RJD2’s new course on Soundfly, he explains the arrangement mechanism that drives his song “Smoke & Mirrors.”
In this tutorial, we apply RJD2’s drum sampling process with the Akai MPC to the widely-used music production DAW, Logic Pro X.
Thinking of taking a Soundfly course or working 1-on-1 with one our pro mentors? Here’s what students are saying about the experience…
Here are six methods for returning to work safely in songwriting and collaborative in-person music sessions. Don’t be afraid to go slowly.
Here’s a well-known trick for fattening up your drums, courtesy of legendary engineer and author Bobby Owsinski.
Here are five poisonous rules you’re bound to hear at some point in your music career that are made to be broken… Have fun with them!
Most songwriters don’t take bridges seriously, but with just a few simple tips shared here, you can easily make it the anchor of your song.
If you’re submitting music to licensing opportunities, labels, press, venues, etc., this guide can help you decide what’s worth the effort!
Courtesy of Soundfly’s new Ableton Live course, here’s a lesson on the differences between Session View and Arrangement View.