Taken from Soundfly’s Hip-Hop Production course, this lesson goes over basic processing and production tips for your lead vocals.
Resisting feedback, or change, can be the single biggest mindset obstacle you have to overcome in your songwriting. Don’t let it destroy yours.
Some helpful tips for songwriters, producers, and those who do both, looking to improve their workflow and get more focused work done in shorter sessions.
From Soundfly Student Eva Grill, a beautiful reflection on where inspiration for melodic ideas comes from, and where it takes her when she follows it.
In this article, we break down the differences between two oft confused terms, process and workflow, and why this distinction matters for musicians.
How can songwriters escape the trap of sounding “correct” in order to make work that embraces risk and explores new creative directions?
Inspiration may strike like lightning, but just about as frequently, so go out and find your own stories, ideas, characters, and narratives in these blogs!
A professional songwriter meditates on the relevance of Nick Cave’s philosophy on creativity, and his own struggles with procrastination and creativity.
How does composer Nico Muhly stay organized while juggling travel, commission deadlines, meetings, collaborations, and his own creativity?
Welcome back to Soundfly’s weekly interview series, Incorrect Music, curated by guitarist, singer, and composer Lora-Faye…