We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched a beta release for PreSonus 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.
We’re thrilled to announce that Splice Studio now supports FL Studio 20 for both Mac and Windows – learn more about the update and explore seven great features FL Studio 20 has to offer.
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.
We’re excited to announce The Loop, a monthly newsletter for producers, by producers.
This summer, Splice is proud to partner with Switched on Pop to break down classic summer hits from the ’60s to the ’00s.
We conclude our three-part editorial series with a deep dive into several Detroit techno and house classics of the 2000s.
In this article, we dissect the rhythms, basslines, chords, and hooks of several Detroit techno classics of the 1990s.
We kick off our three-part series by dissecting the rhythms, basslines, and hooks of several Detroit techno classics of the 1980s.
To celebrate the release of the latest ‘Star Wars’ film, we take a look at some iconic sounds from the franchise to demystify some sound design techniques.
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.
We’ve updated the Splice desktop app to be bigger and better so that it integrates seamlessly into your creative workflow. Read on for all of the new features in our latest update.