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.
For this week’s Firestarter, we’re looking for the catchiest melodic hook possible, an earworm that won’t get old even after a hundred listens!
For this week’s Firestarter, we’re asking you to build a build, creating as much tension as you possibly can without composing a drop to go along with it.
Let’s look back at the evolution of iZotope’s Ozone from the beginning and see how it has affected workflows and shaped the sound of today.
We’re proud to announce that Splice has acquired Indaba Music, the pioneering music community. Today marks a new and exciting chapter for community on Splice.
We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Toolroom Academy for the launch of their Production Certificate program.
Our Firestarter series kicks off with a chord progression from SZA’s “The Weekend!” Check out this blog post to learn about how you can get involved.
Happy Holidays! We’ve created a repack of some of our favorite samples, and you can grab them all with this exclusive promo code for a free month of Sounds.
Today, we’re proud to announce an exciting milestone: artists have earned over $5 million by sharing their sounds on Splice.