Max Rewak is a record producer, audio engineer, and music writer, based in New York and currently working in Sounds content at Splice.
We take a look at three simple but effective ways to start adding some musical randomization to your productions.
Learn about how the components of an electric piano work together to produce and amplify sound, the differences between the most popular instruments, and more.
Explore five lesser-known facts about MIDI, a protocol that most of us can’t live without when producing and performing music.
Learn about the history of the Juno-6 and how you can incorporate its classic sound into your productions today.
We highlight three audio interfaces that make excellent choices for budget-conscious producers who don’t want to break the bank.
Whether you’re buying your first pair or making an upgrade on a budget, here are three studio headphones that deliver great quality despite their low price points.
From MGMT’s “Electric Feel” to Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon,” let’s explore some iconic songs that feature KORG synthesizers.
Let’s take a look at the common audio repair needs of guitar recordings, and listen to how RX 8 performed in the face of them.
We take unprocessed voice memo recordings and walk through the steps we took to make them work in the context of our production.
Learn how to make audio captured on your phone sound as good as possible with these recording and processing tips.
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.