Product Marketing Manager at Splice
Explore preparation techniques for delivering masters on platforms and stores such as Spotify, iTunes, and more.
Explore how limiting and clipping can be used intelligently to create a commercially competitive master.
Learn helpful compression techniques and guidelines that are unique to the context of mastering.
Learn EQ techniques that will help you balance the frequency spectrum and add clarity to your masters.
Learn about how signal flow and metering are essential components of mastering that help set up your master for success.
Let’s kick off our introductory guide to mastering by asking ourselves the obvious (but important) question: What is mastering?
Are you never sure when your master’s ‘good enough?’ Let’s explore four practices that’ll help you master (and move on) with confidence.
Learn about the different components that make up an audio interface, whether you need one, and which interfaces you should consider purchasing.
With Collections, you can gather and sort your go-to sounds on the Splice web and desktop apps.
Let’s discuss aftertouch, a useful MIDI parameter that can help expand your musical expression.
Here’s a comprehensive list of the many features that Presonus’ Studio One has to offer.
After hours of working on a mix, how do we go about adding our finishing touches? In this article, we break down 3 things you should consider when finishing up a mix.