Three active members of the music industry discuss how they navigated challenges in areas spanning performance, education, and engineering.
The Glitch Mob discuss how they approach designing live sets that are both fluid and powerful, overviewing their go-to tools, techniques, and more.
Laxcity tells us what was going through his mind when he first heard the news, how he crafted the sample used in “Running Over,” and more.
In this video, NOVA Wav give us a glimpse into their creative process and how they achieve their sound using Arturia’s FX Collection.
Together, you and fellow artists have paid $25 million to other musicians for their sounds on Splice. On behalf of the Splice community, we thank you.
Take a Daytrip walk us through how they produced some of their biggest hits, including YBN Cordae’s “Kung Fu” and Lil Nas X and Cardi B’s “Rodeo.”
KARRA tells us about discovering her vocals on Bring Me The Horizon’s “in the dark,” her approach to creating samples, and more.
Mija tells us about her go-to techniques, how to overcome the roadblocks of learning music production, and more.
Get an inside look into how KARRA collaborated with Dylan Matthew to produce the first vocal sample pack on her label.
In this article, we’ve highlighted five videos from the Splice YouTube channel that were among our favorites in 2019.
We had the opportunity sit down with KARRA to discuss her experience of founding and running her own vocal label, KARRA Presents.
15-time GRAMMY award-winning artist Alicia Keys wants to hear what the Splice community can do with her funky and futuristic single, “Time Machine.”