Alright songwriters and song-guzzlers alike, strap on your boots for a knowledge voyage with more divergent rectangles than the NYC skyline: that’s right, the top pop charters have now become 2017’s top pop…
Tons of hip-hop artists have come out against the actions of Donald Trump in recent months, and many have even included stings in their verses. Eminem’s turn at the wheel came earlier this…
Have you heard Macklemore and Kesha’s recent duet, “Good Old Days”? It’s got a main theme everyone can relate to: “why, oh why, did I take those days gone by for granted?”…
+ Check out Soundfly’s brand new mentored online course, The Art of Hip-Hop Production, to learn the nuances of producing beats, arranging tracks, and creative sampling techniques in hip-hop’s various subgenres! Free preview here. If you…
It’s tax season again. You songwriters can benefit from this trick when you file this year to save a bit of money and make your life easier.
Anyone can release an album, but can you put the work in to make sure your album gets heard by a wide audience? Here are some tools to help you get there!
Not another vanilla headline with formulaic publicity writing… Here’s how to beat the odds and get to the top of a journalist’s pile with your music.
This Soundfly alumni student breaks down why he prefers producing music with the non-linear workflow of FL Studio over Ableton and other DAWs.
We don’t always have all the answers, so it’s great to have a fully-stocked bookshelf to inspire us musicians to get through hard creative times.
In Soundfly’s new course, The Art of Hip-Hop Production, you’ll learn the nuances of producing beats, arranging tracks, and creative sampling techniques.
Sure, watching your play count and “likes” totals go up feels good, but how do you analyze how and why they went up so you can create meaningful progress?
A short essay on why we should’ve never eaten the apple of industry-approved digital music streaming, and why the low-bitrate MP3 is all we really need.
Check out the latest musical works from a select group of Soundfly students around the globe in our episodic Student Spotlight series.
Traveling with your instrument, whether it’s a backpack ukelele or Stradivarius violin, can be nerve-wracking. Here are some tips for protecting your gear.