A particularly perfect music theory lesson happens to exist completely intact inside this classic breakbeat from funk/soul history.
Imagine Dragons’ “Demons” plays with our sense of memory about how the melody is supposed to play out each time. How does this work?
Writing music for a show or film? Check out this beginner’s lesson on creating a sense of nostalgia in your music to fit the narrative.
Inspired by Arnold Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School, here are three ways to use atonal composition techniques in your pop music-making!
In this in-depth guide, you’ll learn how to avoid mic bleed in three ways so that it will never ruin another great take in the studio again.
Making mistakes along the path of your career is part of, well, your career. But some mistakes can lead to tragic roadblocks, here are five ways to prepare.
With overwhelmingly positive results, we’re happy to share a few select testimonials of Soundfly’s Introduction to composition course directly from our students.
If all you’re doing is mirroring the root notes of your chord progression, you’re not using bass lines to their full potential. Can we talk about it?
Looking to improve on music transcription but don’t know where to start? Here’s a quick starter guide with 15 easy steps, and it’s fun too!
With so much new music coming out every week it’s getting harder and harder to cut through all that noise out there. Here’s how you can slice right through.
A closer look at the tradition of “blues shouting” in the early 1930s and ’40s, which helped inspire the creation of rock ‘n’ roll out of jazz and gospel.
If you’re suffering from crippling performance anxiety when you set foot on the stage, here’s some advice for how to deal with those nerves and go rock!
There are many ways musicians can get paid for their work, both before and after publishing has occurred. But you’ll need to do a bit of math.
Looking to beef up your chorus with extra anticipation and energy? Here are three simple ways to insert momentum into your song at the hook.