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!
15 minutes in your home studio with a few free plugins and a DAW, and you can be making compelling electronic vocal pastiches! Here’s how.
Exporting your audio track is the final step before mastering. Here’s how to make sure you’re leaving no stone unturned in your DAW.
Producers today make as many compositional decisions as entire songwriting teams of yore. How does this affect publishing? Hint: it could use a rethink.
Each and every DAW provides something unique and valuable to different types of producers, but from where I’m sitting Logic Pro still remains on top.
Learn how to get the best vocal performance takes in your home studio, on whatever your budget and with whatever equipment you have, with these handy tips.
Learn why it’s always helpful to bring in a few commercial recording reference tracks when you’re finishing up a mix, to compare and contrast.
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