Laraaji shares his experience recording sounds with Splice, and his hopes for the inspiration they will spark.
We sat down with Susie Ibarra to discuss her experience recording a global selection of percussion instruments, drums, and kulintang loops and one-shots.
Today, we’re proud to launch a new in-house sample label in collaboration with artists who have made unique contributions to music and sound.
Add depth and movement to your tracks with these 3 tips for creating interesting soundscapes and textures.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about Gross Beat’s inner workings and how you can use Gross Beat to turn a simple sample into your own work of genius.
In this blog post, we take a look at how to use found sounds and sound design in unique musical applications.
In this blog post, we highlight four of Studio One 4’s most notable features that distinguish it from other DAWs.
“The Fantastic Sounds of Jay Dee AKA J Dilla” would not be possible were it not for Ma Dukes’ graceful participation – watch and read our interview with the matriarch of the Jay Dee legacy.
Corey and Steve of Killiam Shakespeare, the experimental-jazz-soul collective from Philly, speak on Jay Dee (aka J Dilla)’s cross-genre influences.
A legend in his own right, 88-Keys speaks to us about meeting Jay Dee (aka J Dilla) for the first time, creating his companion pack, and more.
Producing beats equally soulful, introspective, and groovy, Cam O’bi speaks to us about Jay Dee and what he learned from him.
Canadian DJ and producer Jayda G shares how Jay Dee (aka J Dilla)’s work has influenced hers.