In this article, we recreate the lead pluck sound in a-ha’s “Take On Me” with Arturia’s Pigments.
Let’s take a look at how to recreate the iconic FM synth pad heard in Toto’s “Africa” with Arturia’s Pigments.
Let’s take a look at how to recreate the iconic synth heard in the intro of Radiohead’s “Everything In Its Right Place” with Arturia’s Pigments.
In this blog post, we recreated the beat behind Blueface’s catchy and off-kilter “Thotiana.”
Let’s take a look at three core production elements that make Post Malone’s “rockstar (feat. 21 Savage)” an instant classic.
Let’s take a look at three production choices that make “Shallow” breathtakingly powerful: the lyrics, instrumentation, and arrangement.
Explore 5 features that you can manipulate to get your virtual pianos sounding more realistic.
Add depth and movement to your tracks with these 3 tips for creating interesting soundscapes and textures.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn about Gross Beat’s inner workings and how you can use Gross Beat to turn a simple sample into your own work of genius.
In this blog post, we take a look at how to use found sounds and sound design in unique musical applications.
To get a sense of just how powerful granular synthesis can be, let’s try and transform this unconventional audio sample into something much more musical.
In this tutorial, we overview the basics for creating realism when producing orchestral strings with software libraries.