An open letter from an active member of the Nashville music community expressing her emotional response to recent anti-Asian racism in the US.
We’re excited to announce Soundfly’s new course with Grammy Award winner, Kimbra, on vocal creativity, arranging, and production. Learn more.
Podcasts are the biggest thing in media right now, and that universal popularity has women to thank, here are 14 of its fiercest pioneers.
In this analysis, pop music theorist Ben Morss shows how The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is built from four-note scale segments.
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.
Join us for Episode 23 of “Themes and Variation,” as we break down songs from classic and influential video games and how they’re made…
Soundfly is extremely proud to announce the addition of producer, composer, and songwriter Lavender Looi to our Mentor Team. Welcome aboard!
Learn about the history and legacy of Hip-Hop turntablism and record scratching with these 10 essential cuts.
The music industry is notoriously hard to crack into, but there’s literally hundreds of doors to sneak in through… Here are a few to try.
In this very special edition of Student Spotlight, we chat with the woman behind Naheli, an Egyptian-German pop group making waves.
Mix sessions these days are wrought with endless scrolls of hundreds of tracks, but do you really need all those takes? Enter: Underdubbing.
How to use deliberate practice and take comfort in mistakes, so that you don’t fall into the trap of expecting perfection when learning.
While most artists send their tracks out to a pro for mastering, you can achieve a decent result yourself with some focused experimenting.
Here are six methods for returning to work safely in songwriting and collaborative in-person music sessions. Don’t be afraid to go slowly.