A beginner’s guide to getting a decent sounding piano and vocal demo recorded and rough mixed in Logic Pro, and on a budget.
If you record music at home, you could be susceptible to distractions and workflow interruptions. Here are our top tips to combat them!
Here are seven of the most common mistakes I see young producers make when adding reverb into their mixes, and how to prevent yourself from making them.
We asked five audio producers, engineers, and composers to tell us how they use Logic Pro specifically in their professional work. Check out their answers!
The right kick drum sound can make or break the energy of your song, and the way the rest of the instruments stand up in mixing. Here’s how to choose it.
Why pay to play? Here’s ten of the most outstandinging plugins we’ve found that fit right into your Logic Pro worklflow that are all… free!
With great plugins and sample packs, creating lush orchestral textures digitally is easier than ever, but making it sound real remains a challenge.
Keep your mastering engineer happy by providing a decent chunk of headroom for them to work with, and don’t over-compress your mix too early.
This Soundfly alumni student breaks down why he prefers producing music with the non-linear workflow of FL Studio over Ableton and other DAWs.
Making music at home has never been cheaper. And if you’re savvy enough, you can do almost anything for free!