A beginner’s discussion on pitch-shifting and how you can use this process subtly to add life and movement to your mixes.
We’re excited to announce Soundfly’s new course with instrumental hip-hop producer, RJD2: From Samples to Songs. Learn more and sign up.
In today’s music landscape, attention spans are at an all-time low. Grab your listener’s attention right away with lyrical immediacy.
In this lesson, courtesy of Soundfly’s The Music of Boy Bands, author Maria Sherman reveals the history and origin of the “boy band” sound.
A method that gives back as much as it pays forward that musicians as well as athletes can use to keep success top of mind…
Get 1-on-1 and tutorials, guidance, and feedback on your songwriting work from a seasoned pro: Soundfly Mentor, Charlotte Yates.
Bands tend to…break things. So given price and durability need to be factored into performing, here are the best synths for live shows.
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.
We dive back into the pagebooks of Hollywood blockbuster history to tell four stories of how some of the most massive pop hits came to be.
Solo artists, songwriters, and composers, you may be nervous to, but here’s how to open yourself up to new collaborative frontiers.
We’re not out of this pandemic yet, and artists everywhere are still struggling — beyond buying albums, how else can you help support?
Some information on how and why artists need to utilize smart links for online music marketing, courtesy of Soundfly partner, Amplify.link.
In this lesson taken from Kimbra’s exclusive course on Soundfly, she breaks down the various ways her background vocals can elevate a song.