Happy Thanksgiving From Soundfly

the Soundturkey is back

Dear friends,

We’re offline today in celebration of Thanksgiving, spending time with our families and taking a much-needed break after a super productive autumn, as we look ahead to some exciting news and developments to come!

Whether or not you celebrate this North American holiday yourselves, we wanted to wish you a wonderful weekend, an inspiring November, and a success-filled end of the year to come! Stay healthy and hungry, and never hesitate to reach out if you need help achieving your musical goals.

See you soon,

The Soundfly Team

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