We sat down with Thelonious Martin to speak with him about creating his “Fantastic Loops” companion pack, how he’s been influenced by Jay Dee (aka J Dilla), and more.
For the final installment of “Around the World with Jay Dee,” we venture to the U.K to explore the likes of Stereolab, David Essex, and more.
We continue our “Around the World with Jay Dee” series with sonic explorations spanning the lush synths of Vangelis to the Italo-disco grooves of Giorgio Moroder.
In our third installment of “Around the World with Jay Dee,” let’s take a look at how Jay Dee was inspired by the sounds of Europe.
In this entry, let’s break down a few samples that inspired Jay Dee from Tomita and other Japanese artists, as well as his forays into Indian music.
This week, we explore Jay Dee’s world of sample choices in “Around the World with Jay Dee,” starting with South America and his love for Brazilian jazz.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched a beta release for PreSonus Studio One support on Splice Studio.
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched a beta release for Studio One support on Splice Studio.
Today, we’re celebrating a huge milestone: we’ve paid $10 million to artists who distribute their sounds on Splice. And we’re launching the Splice Creator Initiative to help more artists earn revenue from their sounds.
Repacks make it easy to organize your sounds and access the perfect drums, bass, and other instruments for every scenario – here’s how to get started.
To celebrate the release of “Sounds of KSHMR Vol. 3,” we set out to make tracks entirely out of samples from the massive sample pack.
While we’ve evolved our look, who we are hasn’t changed. Thank you for helping us get to where we are today – together, we cultivate a creative, open ecosystem.