Love listening to podcasts? So do we! Here’s a rundown of our favorite podcasts for musicians this year, courtesy of the Soundfly team.
In this brand new video from Soundfly, we explore the history of synthesized sound from the 19th century to the present, with many stops in between.
In this edition of Student Spotlight, Soundfly alum Kiri Sparks reflects on her magnificent, shimmering debut single, made with guidance from her mentor.
Stravinsky’s music and the music of Charlie Parker and John Coltrane have been compared to Cubism, is jazz the connector? We trace the influences.
Improve your mixing, music recording, editing, and production, and ear training skills with Soundfly Mentor Andrea De Carlo in four weeks.
We’re off for Spring Break this week, we’ll be getting back into the swing of things on Monday, April 26. See you all then!
In this edition of our Student Spotlight series, we chat with composer/sound designer Kevin G on his score to the game, Desert Moon of Karth.
On Episode 18 of our podcast, “Themes and Variation” we chat with SIRMA and Carrie Herbert about the songs that helped them survive 2020.
If Super Mario Bros taught us anything, it’s that gamifying the learning process leads to more motivated and fearless trying…
Courtesy of Soundfly’s new Ableton Live course, here’s a lesson on the differences between Session View and Arrangement View.
We’re currently looking for remote, part-time Soundfly Mentors to support our students in achieving their musical…
You could edit your podcast in any audio software, but here are three of our favorite DAWs designed specifically for the task at hand.
Call and Response is a great melodic device when it comes to writing for duets, but what if you’re solo? Here are some songwriting tips.
In this new video from Kimbra’s course on Soundfly, the pop singer explores how important it is to develop one’s own artistic vocabulary.