Learn about Splice Collections and use our zero-credit samples to spark some inspiration for your next track.
Let’s create our own monster sounds from scratch via two different approaches: synthesis and recorded audio.
M1OnTheBeat showcases how you can get started with an idea in just a matter of minutes by crafting a UK drill beat under a ten-minute timer.
We present two contrasting but equally compelling ideas for how you can use UK drill samples from the likes of A Lau and J Rick in your own productions.
Learn about what the frequency domain is, how it differs from the time domain, and how you can use it for both audio repair and music composition.
From EQs to multi-effects units, here are ten free mixing plugins that you can try out today to expand your creative horizons.
Join the Splice Discord to participate in Mixdown Mondays, where you can watch a section of your song get mixed live by a professional mixing engineer.
iBEENART walks through how to develop your branding as a musician, providing a blueprint that can change your personal trajectory and help you build an invaluable community.
Dive into the music theory techniques that appear in Ramin Djawadi’s “Main Title” theme that make it so effective and fitting for Game of Thrones.
You don’t need to go bankrupt to achieve a high-quality vocal sound—here are six great free plugins that you can incorporate into your vocal chain today.
Explore some tips, facts, and thoughts that pertain to the timeless debate between using analog vs. digital effects when recording guitar performances.
Melodies are often what keep us coming back to our favorite songs—in this article, learn about all of the different aspects that constitute a melody.