That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along in Episode 4 of Soundfly’s new podcast, “Themes and Variation.” Check it out!
In this brand new video from Soundfly, we explore the history of synthesized sound from the 19th century to the present, with many stops in between.
In Soundfly’s newest course, Advanced Synths & Patch Design, you’ll learn how to move beyond presets and create a wide array of scintillating synth sounds.
Sometimes it helps to get out of the DAW and mess around with some synths, samplers, and drum machines. Here are our ten favorite affordable pieces of gear.
Logic Pro offers some of the best-sounding and most customizable synths right out of the box, here’s how to adjust their default settings to your liking!
Boards of Canada’s classic sound is the result of some pretty rare vintage synths and hardware, but we can come close with digital options like these.
Granular synthesis is a fun, expansive way to produce a world of sound from any snippet of a sample — capture, warp, and play around until it sounds right.
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!
A UV, moisture, wind, and temperature controlled synthesizer that soundtracks each sunrise and sunset with pleasant tones? Tell me more!
In this edition of “Talking Points,” Berlin-based electronic artist Caterina Barbieri explains her psychoacoustic approach to making machine music.