In this analysis, pop music theorist Ben Morss shows how The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is built from four-note scale segments.
We’re talking about inspiring change in Episode 13 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation” with guests Speech Thomas and Keenan The First.
Soundfly student songwriting producer Allie Alvarado reflects on how her recent session helped her think like an engineer while writing.
In Soundfly’s new course, Intro to Music Production in Ableton Live, you’ll learn the fundamentals of creating music in this versatile DAW.
In the new music industry, DIY doesn’t have to mean artists going “broke,” here’s how to approach financial stability as a DIY artist.
Soundfly is extremely proud to announce the addition of vocal producer, songwriter, and engineer, Lisa Murray to our 2021 Mentor Team.
A beginner’s discussion on pitch-shifting and how you can use this process subtly to add life and movement to your mixes.
Summer plans got in the way of your music learning regiment? We got you covered. Here are the Top 5 read articles on Flypaper this month.
Using examples from software and business development, this OpEd shows musicians how to make sure your projects are always moving ahead.
For this special Episode 25 of “Themes and Variation,” we chat with RJD2 about sampling, song idea fodder, and his new course on Soundfly!
We’re excited to announce Soundfly’s new course with instrumental hip-hop producer, RJD2: From Samples to Songs. Learn more and sign up.
Honoring the great 19th century French symphonic composer who still to this day, hasn’t gotten her fair share of acclaim.
A quick lesson on using the “snappiness” of Logic’s grid in creative ways to improve your productions AND your workflow.
On the heels of her new Splice sample pack, songwriter Alex Winston shares her advice for songwriting ideation and arranging.