Just in time for Halloween, we show you how to recreate the spooky arpeggiated synth bass patch from the Stranger Things theme music. Try it out!
Love listening to podcasts? So do we! Here’s a rundown of our favorite podcasts for musicians this year, courtesy of the Soundfly team.
In this brand new video from Soundfly, we explore the history of synthesized sound from the 19th century to the present, with many stops in between.
In this edition of Student Spotlight, Soundfly alum Kiri Sparks reflects on her magnificent, shimmering debut single, made with guidance from her mentor.
We’re happy to present our thorough guide for how to get your press pitch accepted by more blogs to review your new album.
Carter Lee, host of Soundfly’s new podcast Themes and Variation, was invited to guest on The Conscious Creative. Listen here!
Scared of the staff? Nod off at the sight of notation? Have no fear, here are some tips for composing music even if you can’t read it (yet)!
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along with pop singer SIRMA in Ep. 7 of Soundfly’s podcast, “Themes and Variation.”
Whether you’re just getting started or looking to add power to your rig, these 5 synths will bring value to your production without the cost.
In this short analysis, we break down the source of D’Angelo’s funky sound, his impeccable use of dominant sevenths in spread voicings.
Are you in desperate need of something that makes you feel complete again? Try revisiting old nostalgic tunes from your childhood, here’s why.
Let’s revisit one of Radiohead’s most propulsive and intricately layered songs, to deconstruct all the elements at play and how they function.
Getting on a Spotify playlist can drastically improve your chances of getting heard, here are some tips on pitching to those playlists.
Whether you’re writing your own song or pitching a singer, learning to write in multiple voices is key. Here are some tips to get you started.