Let’s explore how to add a forward-thinking feel to your vocals using harmonies created with VocalSynth 2.
Here’s a comprehensive list of the many features that Presonus’ Studio One has to offer.
In this blog post, we highlight four of Studio One 4’s most notable features that distinguish it from other DAWs.
This feature guide gives you a glimpse into some of the new and best features iZotope’s Nectar 3 brings to the table.
Great sounding compressors don’t have to be expensive – in this article, we introduce 5 great free compressor plugins.
Music Rebalance and Repair Assistant are the newest features iZotope brings to RX 7 Standard – we take a look at how you can use them effectively in your productions.
In this article, we sat down with KRANE to discuss his creative process, famous bamboo snare, thoughts on using samples, and more.
In this blog post, we’ll explore three techniques that will help make your MIDI drums sound more ‘human.’
iZotope’s “Master the Modules” video series does a deep dive of VocalSynth 2’s five synthesis modules so that you can learn how to use the plugin at its fullest potential.
Explore the pentatonic scale and how artists spanning genres have used it to create some timeless melodies.
This feature guide explores iZotope’s VocalSynth 2, a plugin that allows you to elevate your vocal track from great to epic.
This feature guide explores Output’s MOVEMENT, a plugin that allows you to inject rhythmic motion to an expansive array of parameters.