We recreate the kicks heard in Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown,” Azealia Banks’ “Anna Wintour,” and Ghostemane’s “Mercury: Retrograde” using nothing but D16’s Punchbox.
In 2016, producer Stelios Phili got in touch with 300 Entertainment and sent over a handful of ideas. Knowing Elton John was a fan of…
In this blog post, we explore how to recreate the iconic vocal sounds of Daft Punk, Kanye West, and more using iZotope’s VocalSynth 2.
In this blog post, we break down 3 elements of Kanye West’s “Ghost Town” that define the song as one of the strongest tracks on “Ye.”
We examine the Yanny / Laurel debate from an audio science perspective to explore why people don’t agree on what they hear with this peculiar audio clip.
In this blog post we take a look at how iZotope’s Ozone 8 and Neutron 2 Advanced can work together to aid in making some tough production decisions.
Let’s explore Ableton’s Wavetable by examining its oscillators and modulation in detail. We’ll then use our learnings to create our very own patch.
Gross Beat is a “secret weapon” that has gained a devoted following in the trap community – let’s explore the effect to figure out why so many producers swear by it.
To kick off our “The Sound” series, we’ll take a look at the history and production techniques that give Atlanta trap its signature flavor.
Here are three easy tricks on how you can easily organise your session in Ableton Live 10.
For this week’s Firestarter, we’re asking you to build a build, creating as much tension as you possibly can without composing a drop to go along with it.
The powerful mixing and mastering suite of Ozone 8 + Neutron 2 Standard is made even sweeter through its Advanced counterpart’s new features.