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Our Pride Month celebration continues with an exploration of the Warehouse, a club in Chicago that birthed house music.
In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we’re exploring a handful of renowned venues that impacted electronic music, starting with the Continental Baths.
We’re excited to share a new and easy way to upgrade your production setup without your wallet taking a hit.
In this special edition of Hits Decoded, Audien, ARTY, and Karra join us in our exploration of three elements that make “Never Letting Go” soar.
In this entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous “Hi” sample from Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz’ “Who U Wit.”
We had the opportunity to sit down with Yu Su to discuss her compositional approach, new sample pack, views on failure, and more.
In this entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous vocal sample from the Roland M-DC1 and its influence on the likes of Zaytoven, Nelly, and Travis Scott.
DJ Luian highlights the defining features of Latin trap and reggaeton, and discusses how his sounds allow producers to create stellar productions within these genres.
In this second entry of One Shots, we explore the ubiquitous siren sample from Quincy Jones’ “Ironside.”
We sat down with mobilegirl to discuss how she creates atmosphere in her tracks, navigating creative lulls, video game music, and more.
Andres Torres & Mauricio Rengifo, the production duo behind massive hits such as “Despacito” and “Un Año,” tell us about their creative process and keeping it simple.