With the new Splice mobile app for iOS and Android, you have the Splice Sounds library in your pocket.
We asked experimental electronic producer Tristan Arp about the experience of recording Gamelan Semara Ratih, a 20-member gamelan ensemble.
We asked animal-music expert David Rothenberg about his approach to recording the diverse sounds of belugas, sperm whales, humpbacks, and more.
We’re thrilled to announce Splice Explores, our new label that celebrates the experimental and inspirational sides of audio.
In the spirit of Halloween, a few of our blog’s authors came together and shared the horror movie scores that stood out to them.
Capsun, Julez Jadon, and SVRN give us an inside look into how they created their sample pack and discuss their mindsets around field recording.
We’re excited to introduce you to the twelve promising sound creators that constitute the inaugural Creator Class of 2019.
We’re excited to share a new and easy way to upgrade your production setup without your wallet taking a hit.
Anyone with the Akai Force, MPC Live, and MPC X will now have the entire Splice library at their fingertips with the newest firmware update.
We’re excited to announce the arrival of MIDI start points and filtered batch downloads, two new features that expand your ability to get that sound you’re looking for.
We’re proud to announce some exciting news on how we’re accelerating Splice’s impact on creative culture.
In this article, prolific hip hop producer Boi-1da tells us about working with Drake on “Mob Ties,” giving back to aspiring producers, and more.