Learn four techniques for widening your track that can help create a mix where each element has space and stands out.
Let’s explore how Koji Kondo’s timeless overworld theme for The Legend of Zelda uses harmony to convey the wide array of emotions associated with adventure.
Write a song that features background vocals to get your creative juices flowing, and share your work to receive feedback from your peers.
Let’s explore the various stereo and multi-channel spatial audio techniques used by audio professionals to trick our brains into “locating” sounds.
From creating hidden endings to embedding images in spectrograms, let’s explore three ways you can sneak Easter eggs into your own music.
Be aware of these three red flags so that you don’t fall into an unfavorable business deal with a manager, A&R rep, or agent.
Melodics teamed up with Splice to provide a collection of top-notch lessons – we gave them a go and walked away with three takeaways regarding finger drumming.
Building your own DIY binaural dummy head might sound intimidating, but it actually isn’t all that hard to do.
Write a song that features the guitar to get your creative juices flowing, and share your work to receive feedback from your peers.
Let’s take a look at the three most important microphones to consider purchasing if your budget is $200 or less.
Explore innovations in music technology that were showcased at MUTEK Montreal, spanning algorithmic music, musical AI, and audiovisual experiences.
In this video tutorial, take a listen to our recreation of Missy Elliott’s iconic “Throw It Back” and learn how we created it step-by-step.