Matteo Malinverno is a New York-based music producer currently working on the Content team at Splice.
Learn about sample rate, bit depth, dithering, and the various other parameters you might come across when exporting your track.
Let’s explore how CDs use lasers to read and write information, and how this technology was revolutionary for music consumption.
Join us as we explore a few of the most common types of microphones, what makes them work, and what sets them apart.
Let’s explore how analog-to-digital conversion has completely redefined our approach to music in the modern era.
Explore the Shepard tone, a popular and clever auditory illusion that tricks your brain into thinking a sound is always rising or falling in pitch.
Learn how dithering can help enhance the sound of your digital audio, despite the fact that it adds noise to the waveform.
Let’s go through some of the most important features that distinguish headphones from each other to help you find the perfect pair.
Let’s examine ways in which animals have used sound to their advantage, as well as their potential to connect with traditional music created by humans.
Let’s discuss what binaural beats are, how to create them, and whether they’re a legitimate phenomenon or merely an auditory illusion.
To get a sense of just how powerful granular synthesis can be, let’s transform the sound of a frying pan being hit into something much more musical.
The mp3 may be one of the most recognizable file types in music, but is it still as important today as it once was?
From MP3s to phone calls, a lot of the technology you use every day was developed with psychoacoustics in mind – let’s explore the science of what we hear.