Max Rewak is a record producer, audio engineer, and music writer, based in New York and currently working in Sounds content at Splice.
Let’s explore a few common tactics and best practices for reducing your CPU’s workload.
Let’s explore how you can design original samples using nothing but the sounds that are immediately around you.
In this video tutorial, we compare three different piano plugins at three different price points.
Let’s take a look at how we can use emulation plugins to create a vocal chain that’s both adaptable and affordable.
Let’s take a look at the anatomical and acoustical reasons behind why most people don’t like the sound of their own voice.
Let’s go over a few of the most common studio setup mistakes that producers, engineers, and audio enthusiasts make when setting up their home studio.
Let’s take a look at how the theremin uses the power of electromagnetic interference to create haunting-yet-beautiful portamento melodies.
We discuss the age-old debate of mixing on headphones vs. speakers by breaking down the pros and cons that each medium offers.
As musicians’ workflows begin to center more and more around desks, we need to make sure we take care of our bodies as well as our minds.
There’s a surprisingly strong connection between preparing food and preparing sounds.
Learn about why the claims around 432 Hz being a superior tuning standard are unsound at best, and how to create tracks using your own tuning of choice.
Let’s explore three of the most ubiquitous pitch correction tools and their use cases, signature sounds, and cultural impact.