Tag: storytelling

  • What Makes a Great Musician Website?

    What Makes a Great Musician Website?

    We’ve got a brand new free course, made in partnership with our friends over at Bandzoogle, called How to Create a Killer Musician Website. And in the process of making it, we spent a ton of time looking at artist websites, and we’re pleased to share some quick information about what we think makes a big impact on […]

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  • Don’t Be Boring: A Musician’s Guide to Branding

    Don’t Be Boring: A Musician’s Guide to Branding

    What does “branding” actually mean? Here’s a guide to how musicians can take control of their brand and communicate their value to the world!

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  • Elbows on Sketching Songs With Pencil and Paper and the Importance of Storyline

    Elbows on Sketching Songs With Pencil and Paper and the Importance of Storyline

    Welcome back to Soundfly’s weekly interview series, Incorrect Music, curated by guitarist, singer, and composer Lora-Faye Åshuvud (of the band Arthur Moon). In this series, we present intimate conversations with artists who are striving to push the boundaries of their process and craft. Brooklyn’s Max Schieble has had a prolific year releasing spacey jazz and hip-hop-inflected pop music under the […]

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  • The Music Inside Haruki Murakami’s Literary World

    The Music Inside Haruki Murakami’s Literary World

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. Haruki Murakami is not (quite) a musician, but he has a greater command of music as an art form than most musicians I know, myself […]

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  • Latasha Alcindor on Roller Skating in Brooklyn, Song Memoirs, and Feminine Energy

    Latasha Alcindor on Roller Skating in Brooklyn, Song Memoirs, and Feminine Energy

    Welcome back to Soundfly’s weekly interview series, Incorrect Music, curated by guitarist, singer, and composer Lora-Faye Åshuvud (of the band Arthur Moon). In this series, we present intimate conversations with artists who are striving to push the boundaries of their process and craft. Brooklyn’s Latasha Alcindor is a prolific hip-hop, performance, and visual artist who released two full-length albums this […]

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  • 6 Understatedly Spooky Pop Songs About Murder and Ghosts for Halloween

    6 Understatedly Spooky Pop Songs About Murder and Ghosts for Halloween

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. There is certainly no shortage of classic, party-ready Halloween songs out there; from the iconic and goofy “Monster Mash” to Warren Zevon’s catchy sing-a-long, “Werewolves of London.” But if you’re looking to get […]

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  • How to Write a Compelling Artist Bio in Three Easy Steps

    How to Write a Compelling Artist Bio in Three Easy Steps

    When it comes to your press package, no one tool is more important than the other. Yet, without just one of those tools — professional promo photos, well-mixed songs, and a strong, clearly written bio — the whole thing falls apart. So, it stands to reason that each and every piece of your press kit […]

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  • WTF Is VR and Spatial Audio? Mixing for 360 Audio

    WTF Is VR and Spatial Audio? Mixing for 360 Audio

    The term “virtual reality” always reminds me of some cheesy ’80s or ’90s movie that involved chunky headsets and dreamed of a future with flying cars and household robots doing everyday chores. The actual reality is that we have self-driving cars (thanks, Tesla), household robots to whom we can ask questions, (“Alexa, stream Total Recall”), and […]

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