In this excerpt from Soundfly’s “Advanced Synths and Patch Design” course, we look at how wavetable synthesis works and what makes it unique.
Welcome to “Tasting Notes: Modern Soul Food and Vintage Soul Music Pairings,” we’re serving up the flavors of succulent recipes and classic harmonies.
Whether you’re just getting started or looking to add power to your rig, these 5 synths will bring value to your production without the cost.
Just in time for Halloween, we show you how to recreate the spooky arpeggiated synth bass patch from the Stranger Things theme music. Try it out!
Today we break down Olivia Rodrigo’s smash hit “Drivers License” to show how she uses much more than lyrics to tell her heartbreak story.
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.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
Between streaming royalties, sync placements and even “micro-sync” offers, there’s lot of money on the table for artists this year…
Soundfly student Carrie Herbert, a songwriter and music therapist, joins The Conscious Creative podcast to talk mental health and creativity.
Here’s a basic primer on everything you need to know when looking for audio cables to suit all of your musical needs.
If you find yourself dealing with different guitar signals, here’s a primer on how to EQ acoustics versus electrics in your mix.
On Episode 19 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation,” we chat with singer and trumpeter Rhys Tivey about songs with a veil of mystery…oooh!
Here’s how pro audio engineer Brian Losch achieves a big, immersive sound mixing cinematic, orchestral film score music.
If you’re thinking of hiring a PR consultant or publicist for your next release, here are some important things to keep in mind first.