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Happy New Year and Beyond to the Amazing Soundfly Community!

From all of us here at Soundfly HQ, we would like to wish you a very Happy Holiday Season and an even more exciting Happy New Year!

Soundfly support will be back from our holiday break on January 3, 2022, and Flypaper will resume regular blog posting from January 31, 2022. We look forward to hearing all the wonderful music you’ll be making this year, and helping you achieve all your musical goals and aspirations.

Here’s looking ahead to the new frontier of 2022!

…And on that note, here’s a glimpse at the first few courses we’ll be launching this year as part of our all-access subscription. For the latest news on course announcements and launches, mentor availabilities, discounts, and tons of free articles and content, make sure to sign up for Soundfly’s weekly newsletter here.

JLIN on Vulnerability & Hard-Hitting Rhythms

Experimental beat maker Jlin shares her personal approach to music making as an art form — diving into the vulnerability and struggle of the creative process and how she embraces those challenges to develop singularly complex rhythms. This new, shorter-form course will inspire students to find a more unique rhythmic sound.


COM TRUISE on Synthwave & ’80s Production Styles 

Uncover how Com Truise creates sci-fi-inspired downtempo music, drenched in ’80s production nostalgia, retro drum sounds, and buzzing synths. Watch as Com Truise develops a new song from scratch in this behind-the-scenes look at his synth-heavy production process.



RYAN LOTT (of SON LUX) on Designing Digital Instruments

Learn to weave complex tapestries of sound with film composer, producer, and band leader Ryan Lott. Add a dynamic new skill to your creative toolkit with this in-depth exploration into how Son Lux creates otherworldly tones by building digital instruments out of unexpected sound sources.


This is gonna be a great year. Thanks so much for joining us in the journey!

❤️  The Soundfly Team

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Jeremy Young

Jeremy is a Montreal-based musician, sound artist and improviser who loves giving advice to emerging artists on how to make their tours more effective. He writes, records and performs electroacoustic "concrète" music for tape, oscillators and amplified objects and surfaces, as well as solo guitar. He has performed and released material throughout Europe and the UK, Asia, the US and Canada, mostly with his trio Sontag Shogun.