Matteo Malinverno is a New York-based music producer currently working on the Content team at Splice.
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.
Learn about what binaural audio is, how it works, and why it’s a technique that’s gaining popularity across different musical contexts.
From widening sounds to enhancing compositions, these 5 advanced delay techniques can make a huge impact on your music.
Let’s overview the key principles behind delay and explore how it has shaped music over the years.
The frequency domain might look a little intimidating at first glance, but it’s actually not that complicated – in this blog post, learn about the domain and how to analyze it.
In this blog post, let’s learn about how you can construct complex waveforms using nothing but the humble sine wave.
Kick your creative process into high gear with our tips and tricks that help you get the most out of Splice Sounds.
For this week’s Firestarter, we’re looking for the catchiest melodic hook possible, an earworm that won’t get old even after a hundred listens!
Serum now allows you to use an image as the foundation for a synth patch – we threw in a bunch of emojis and got to synthesizing.