There are a ton of ways to get your recorded music out of the studio and into a room full of excited fans. Let’s explore the pros and cons of them all!
Tag: home recording
Making music at home has never been cheaper. And if you’re savvy enough, you can do almost anything for free!
Don’t rely on audio repair and noise reduction software to solve all your problems. These soundproofing hacks will help you reduce noise right at the source!
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.
In Soundfly’s new course, Songwriting for Producers, you’ll learn strategies, techniques, and workflows for turning production ideas into complete tracks.
You’re not rewriting your songs or buying a new guitar before you enter the studio, so here are 5 ways to perfect your tone once you get there!
Some quick and handy approaches to getting a great sounding recording of your drumkit, even if you only have a couple mics lying around your home studio!
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.
Your mix will sound different depending on the speakers, location, time of day, and even your mood. How do you know when it really does need to change?
Taken from our email newsletter, Soundfly Weekly, this article suggests five quick options for miking an acoustic guitar for great tone flexibility.