We discuss the largest factors that go into answering the age-old question of how loud you should master your music.
We uncover the phenomenon that’s behind analog warmth and break down how you can introduce its adored sound to your own music.
Leading sample label AudeoBox (Jaden Smith, Kehlani, Coca-Cola) has teamed up with Splice for the first season of In The Box—watch the first episode now.
From knowing your cash flow to understanding debt, these business basics will allow you to put yourself on the path of professional success as a creative.
From embracing your strengths to breaking the rules, we explore six tips that will help you find and develop your signature sound.
In this installment of In the Loop, we walk through how to recreate the grooves in The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights,” SZA’s “Good Days,” and Cardi B’s “Up.”
Let’s discuss how FM synthesis works, what makes it unique, and how you can incorporate its distinctive sound into your own music.
Oliver sat down with us to discuss how he constructs loops, his latest sample pack, the drums in Doja Cat’s “Say So,” and more.
Dive deeper into the world of filtering by learning the difference between analog and digital applications and taking a listen to different filter types.
We recreate the iconic bassline from Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” using nothing but Astra, Splice’s new synthesizer.
Learn about what granular synthesis is and how you can use the technique to create immersive soundscapes out of simple one-shots.
Learn about what polyrhythms are, popular use cases of the technique, and why you should care about them as a music producer.