World-renowned musician and educator Jay Cactus breaks down how to make a UK drill beat in FL Studio.
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We’re excited to share that Transitions, the collaborative sample pack created by our Creator Class participants, is now live on Splice Sounds.
Our new sample discovery feature is here to help your creative process, by giving you new ways and more choice when starting your journeys into music creation.
We sat down with Mike Shinoda (Linkin Park, Fort Minor) to discuss the creative process behind Meteora, how it informs his trajectory for the music he’s releasing today, his advice for budding music creators, and more.
Triads are a key building block of music—in this article, we dive into what they are, the common types, and how to apply them in your music.
Veteran producer iBEENART goes undercover on Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube to answer popular questions and debunk common misconceptions.
To commemorate AAPI Month, we asked Asian, Asian-American, and Pacific Islander creators to craft a track that exudes the spirit of “celebration.”
Learn about sample rate, bit depth, dithering, and the various other parameters you might come across when exporting your song from the DAW.
Let’s discuss what the Mixolydian mode is, some popular songs that make use of it, and how to apply it to your own music.
In this production tutorial, we try to guess the sources of some of the world’s most innovative and unexpected samples, and then flip them into a beat.
Let’s talk about what a DI box is and explore the variety of applications that make it a useful addition to studios and concert venues alike.
We walk through the major sections and features in Arturia’s Efx Fragments to showcase a few of the many ways that it can bring new life to a sound.