This month we’re offering up 7 creative challenges from a variety of our courses to help get you going on your next exciting musical project.
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 video borrowed from RJD2’s new course on Soundfly, he explains the arrangement mechanism that drives his song “Smoke & Mirrors.”
Musicians and songwriters of all kinds can improve their skills with personalized feedback, guidance, and advice from a Soundfly Mentor.
If you’re having trouble getting past your perfectionism, here are some tools to employ so that you finish better sounding tracks, quicker.
In this tutorial, we apply RJD2’s drum sampling process with the Akai MPC to the widely-used music production DAW, Logic Pro X.
For this special Episode 26 of “Themes and Variation,” we sit down with songwriter Max Swan about his favorite wildly emotional songs.
Learn what a behavioral pattern discovered in the 1920s can do to help you stick to your To-Do list and achieve your goals…
Because our brains are constantly seeking out patterns, all the music we create can be plotted somewhere along the grid of repetition.
Bass frequencies can really mess up your mix, here’s why, how, and what you can do about it whether you’re mixing or mastering your audio.
Thinking of taking a Soundfly course or working 1-on-1 with one our pro mentors? Here’s what students are saying about the experience…
We invited master French ondist Christine Ott to talk about her beloved instrument through 7 of her favorite pieces written for it.