Matteo Malinverno is a New York-based music producer currently working on the Content team at Splice.
Let’s discuss how FM synthesis works, what makes it unique, and how you can incorporate its distinctive sound into your own music.
Learn about what granular synthesis is and how you can use the technique to create immersive soundscapes out of simple one-shots.
Let’s discuss how wavetable synthesis works, what makes it unique, and how you can incorporate it into your own music.
From parabolic and fiber optic micropones to hydrophones and binaural heads, we explore an array of niche microphones and recording setups.
From Nikolaus Simrock to John Cage, learn about the pioneers who used randomness in their music, and how it lives on in music production today.
Learn about how the various components of a piano work together to produce sound, the differences between grand and upright pianos, and more.
Let’s explore some of the most common microphone polar patterns, and how they can make a difference when used with intention.
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.