On the heels of her new Splice sample pack, songwriter Alex Winston shares her advice for songwriting ideation and arranging.
What does that mean? It means not having to rely on engineers for clarity in your vocals, and taking control of the way your voice is mixed.
We’re still reeling on Soundfly’s brand new course with Kimbra, so here are four superb tracks of hers that show her innovation and range!
Using processing tools like EQ, delay, reverb, and compression, here’s how to get a solid mix on your lead vocal takes in just a few steps.
That’s the question we’re asking, answering, and passing along with pop singer SIRMA in Ep. 7 of Soundfly’s podcast, “Themes and Variation.”
You might be an expert at programming drum beats, but if you think back on your favorite songs, they all probably have much stronger melodies and chords.
A motivational editorial on vocalist anxiety and how to get over it both in real time when anxiety strikes, and in the long term.
In Soundfly’s new course, Modern Pop Vocal Production, you’ll how to produce vocals at home that sound modern, polished, and professional.
Here are fourteen ways to hydrate your voice throughout the day and week so that when you’re on stage, your voice is as healthy and prepared as can be!
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.