Max Rewak is a record producer, audio engineer, and music writer, based in New York and currently working in Sounds content at Splice.
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.
We explore the production techniques that dominated the 2010s, from pitched vocal chops to sidechained chords and genre crossovers.
Learn how noise-cancelling headphones block out everything from the hum of an AC unit to the roar of jet engines.
Learn how to use Serum and FM synthesis to create a convincing emulation of the silver bell, everyone’s favorite tonal percussion instrument.
From bouncing demos to revisiting your folder structures, let’s explore a few techniques for making the best use of your ‘leftover’ project files.
Let’s spotlight three of the highest-profile artists who have allegedly worked as ghost producers throughout the course of their careers.
Let’s create our own monster sounds from scratch via two different approaches: synthesis and recorded audio.
Learn how mastering to a reference, using true peak normalization, and previewing artifacts can help you create a master that’s optimized for streaming.
Let’s explore the various stereo and multi-channel spatial audio techniques used by audio professionals to trick our brains into “locating” sounds.
Building your own DIY binaural dummy head might sound intimidating, but it actually isn’t all that hard to do.