Kenneth Takanami Herman is a Content Strategist at Splice who produces electronic music as Kenneth Takanami.
We sat down with TELYKast and CAPPA to discuss their songwriting process and how Splice facilitated the collaboration for their new EP.
To celebrate the release of his new sample pack, we had Diablo walk us through some of the major cuts in his discography.
In celebration of 808 Day, we asked the members of 808 MAFIA to pick their eight favorite tracks that feature distinctive 808s.
To celebrate 808 Day (August 8th), we asked eight artists known for their use of the 808 a few questions on how the sound weaves its way into their music.
We sat down with Luke Pretty of Tennyson to discuss his sound design process, studio setup, sampling Minecraft sounds, and more.
Join us on our exploration of Club Zanzibar, Newark’s historical music venue where the Jersey sound and voguing flourished.
Producer and sound designer Ryan Hemsworth sat down with us to discuss his creative process, new sample pack, and more.
Our Pride Month celebration continues with an exploration of the Warehouse, a club in Chicago that birthed house music.
In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we’re exploring a handful of renowned venues that impacted electronic music, starting with the Continental Baths.
In this entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous “Hi” sample from Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz’ “Who U Wit.”
In this entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous vocal sample from the Roland M-DC1 and its influence on the likes of Zaytoven, Nelly, and Travis Scott.
In this second entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous siren sample from Quincy Jones’ “Ironside.”