Harrison Shimazu is the editor of the Splice blog and a composer for video games and film.
We’ve compiled 10 YouTube channels that are committed to helping people learn more about music, and do a great job at doing just that.
Veteran producer Bijan sat down with us to discuss his early days, how he built his network, his advice for aspiring producers, and more.
iBEENART provides his insight on 30 commonly-asked questions, spanning everything from the technical to the existential.
Whether you don’t own a single guitar or are looking for some musicians to inspire your own playing, here are ten guitarists you need to check out on YouTube.
Virtual Riot and Modestep go into detail regarding their collaboration, discussing topics including recording, processing, experimentation, and more.
Whether you’re a beginner or a veteran, try keeping these seven high-level tips in mind when you’re producing your next track.
Ronny J recently sat down with us to discuss how he got started in music, his perspective on originality, and the sounds contained in his new sample pack.
Let’s discuss three common sounds that tend to be hard to replace with software instruments, and take a listen to some specific emulations that give it their best shot.
Andrew Huang sat down with us to discuss his approach to music-making, from high-level mindset tips to specific production techniques he enjoys employing.
Explore the latest features PreSonus is bringing to Studio One 5, including the brand-new Show Page, Score View, Clip Gain Envelopes, and more.
Producers / educators Bad Snacks and J3PO give us an inside look into how they use RC-20 in their own creative processes.
Supah Mario sat down with us to discuss his influences, his second sample pack, how he got started, and more.