In Ep. 29 of Themes and Variation, we tackle that age-old combination between nostalgia and familiarity. Enjoy our chat with Brian Funk!
Whether you’re dealing with live strings or VSTs, legato or staccato passages, to create fluidity you may have to use time correction tools.
Writing a page full of lyrics is only half the battle when it comes to developing your song’s meaning… There’s a lot more work to do!
Ep. 28 of Themes and Variation features our conversation with composer and songwriter Lora-Faye Åshuvud (of Arthur Moon) on “incorrect” music.
In this post, pro songwriter Sammy Hakim explains why and how to use a lower-energy chorus in your song to convey clearer emotions.
We recorded Ep. 27 of “Themes and Variation” in a livestream featuring NYU’s music-technologist, Ethan Hein. Enjoy the conversation!
Would a method of starting more and finishing less songs benefit you? It did for me! Here’s how I utilize this creatively to get more done.
Musicians and songwriters of all kinds can improve their skills with personalized feedback, guidance, and advice from a Soundfly Mentor.
If you’re having trouble getting past your perfectionism, here are some tools to employ so that you finish better sounding tracks, quicker.
Because our brains are constantly seeking out patterns, all the music we create can be plotted somewhere along the grid of repetition.