GRAMMY-nominated producer Sleep Deez (BTS, Eric Bellinger) reflects on his musical journey and discusses the importance of connecting with fans.
Learn about what an EPK (electronic press kit) is, why you need one, and the essential components you should always include.
Explore how you can take otherworldly sounds captured by NASA and incorporate them into your own productions.
Let’s explore how four brothers from Hong Kong laid the groundwork for the creative direction of the legendary hip hop ensemble, Wu-Tang Clan.
Tom Smith of Soundsmiths walks through how he transformed the sounds of various birds into unique textures and instruments for a film score.
From parabolic and fiber optic micropones to hydrophones and binaural heads, we explore an array of niche microphones and recording setups.
Erika Montes of SoundCloud tells us about her journey, the importance of taking career risks, navigating the music industry, and more.
Vocalist, songwriter, and producer awfultune tells us about the evolution of her creative process and her insights for musicians around finding their sound.
Producers KanielTheOne and Murphy Kid give us an inside look into how Chris Brown and Young Thug’s viral “Go Crazy” came together.
We explore how to navigate music categorization and increase the discoverability of your tracks, regardless of what niche spaces you operate within.
In recognition of Earth Day, we explore how you can create music using the larger-than-life sounds of Iceland’s glaciers.
We overview some of the essential components you’ll want to be aware of to get the most out of Arturia’s Pigments 3.