In Ep. 42, Jlin stops by the podcast (alongside Carter and Martin) to talk about songs that have redefined our sense of time.
In today’s edition of Student Spotlight, Shea Winpigler (Buttr) bares all about addressing her growing self-confidence in music production.
Thinking about how chords relate to the notes in your melody is an important aspect of voice leading with intention — here’s a quick guide.
Musicians and songwriters of all kinds can improve their skills with personalized feedback, guidance, and advice from a Soundfly Mentor.
A quick masterclass on giving and receiving advice with respect, empathy, and professionalism; a must for musicians in today’s industry.
In this exclusive lesson from Jlin’s Soundfly course, we explore some common terms and techniques that explore her beat making style.
Writing and playing in irregular time signatures is tough, but here are ten great songs with grooves that sound effortless and infectious!
How the advice and accountability of a mentor helped a concert pianist rediscover the sources of her inspiration.
In Ep. 47 of Soundfly’s podcast, Carter and Mahea discuss songs they prefer to listen to alone with voice actor and podcast host Adam Claus.
In this video from Ryan’s course, he shares his history and thoughts on starting with a “sound” to open up new possibilities for songwriting.
Today, we relive the bizarre tale of how Frank Sinatra Jr. was kidnapped and held hostage by young amateurs in 1963.
Too busy to visit Flypaper every morning? No problemo! Here are the Top 5 most popular music learning articles on Flypaper this month.
An OpEd by a recent Soundfly student covering his experience working 1-on-1 with production mentor, Andrea De Carlo. Read on for his review.
Soundfly’s new monthly newsletter, “5 Lessons On…” comes to Flypaper. Check out these thematically curated lessons to direct your learning.