Harrison Shimazu is the editor of the Splice blog and a composer for video games and film.
In this video, NOVA Wav give us a glimpse into their creative process and how they achieve their sound using Arturia’s FX Collection.
Explore tips, tricks, and mnemonic devices that will allow you to quickly identify some key aspects of a piece of sheet music.
Take a Daytrip walk us through how they produced some of their biggest hits, including YBN Cordae’s “Kung Fu” and Lil Nas X and Cardi B’s “Rodeo.”
KARRA tells us about discovering her vocals on Bring Me The Horizon’s “in the dark,” her approach to creating samples, and more.
Mija tells us about her go-to techniques, how to overcome the roadblocks of learning music production, and more.
Los Angeles-based producer Mr. Carmack sat down with us to discuss how he got into music production, his favorite processing techniques, and more.
If you’re new to music production, compression can be enigmatic and intimidating – let’s demystify compression by walking through what it is and how it works.
Video game music is in a more dynamic and exciting place than it has ever been before – in this article, let’s celebrate the state of game music in 2019.
Learn how to maximize the moments in your day-to-day life when you’re not in your dedicated creative space.
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.
We present you the top 20 video game soundtracks of all time, including everything from the classics to some deeper cuts.
Write a song that emphasizes one repeated note to get your creative juices flowing, and share your work to receive feedback from your peers.