Because our brains are constantly seeking out patterns, all the music we create can be plotted somewhere along the grid of repetition.
Improve your composition, arranging, and writing with this collection of Soundfly articles full of tips and resources on music composition. For more help, check out Soundfly’s course, Introduction to the Composer’s Craft.
We invited master French ondist Christine Ott to talk about her beloved instrument through 7 of her favorite pieces written for it.
Honoring the great 19th century French symphonic composer who still to this day, hasn’t gotten her fair share of acclaim.
Today we take a look at 10 essential scores that changed the game for what roles and responsibilities composers take to bring a film to life.
Improve your composing, orchestration, arranging, and music theory skills with Soundfly Mentor Andre Madation in four weeks.
Hey! It’s the 20th episode of “Themes and Variation!” We have a ton of fun making this podcast, so this episode is all about whimsical songs.
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.
Taken from our “Themes and Variation” companion course on Soundfly, this lesson uses Saint-Saëns’ to explore how stories get told musically.
Scared of the staff? Nod off at the sight of notation? Have no fear, here are some tips for composing music even if you can’t read it (yet)!
When film music becomes continuous wallpaper so aggressively it doesn’t even let the viewers think for themselves, everyone loses.