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In this video tutorial, we show you how to design bass instruments and structure MIDI patterns for a wide variety of genres.
Write a song that incorporates foley to get your creative juices flowing, and share your work to receive feedback from your peers.
In this article, let’s take a look at the I – bVII – I chord progression, and how some of Pokémon’s most important themes are centered around it.
The dynamics of collaboration are often delicate – let’s explore 12 tips that nurture a healthy experience that’s rewarding for all parties.
With the new Splice mobile app for iOS and Android, you have the Splice Sounds library in your pocket.
We asked experimental electronic producer Tristan Arp about the experience of recording Gamelan Semara Ratih, a 20-member gamelan ensemble.
Drafting a demo submission email for the label of your dreams can be a daunting process – here are ten best practices that will help maximize your odds.
We counter the perspective of loops being unoriginal by exploring three sound design techniques that can make them your own.
We sat down with Jafunk and Aaron Pfeiffer to discuss their songwriting process and how Splice facilitated the collaboration for their new EP.
We walk through how podcast publishers secure rights to music and sounds, as well as different ways to get your music onto podcasts.
We present you the top 20 video game soundtracks of all time, including everything from the classics to some deeper cuts.