Let’s discuss three common sounds that tend to be hard to replace with software instruments, and take a listen to some specific emulations that give it their best shot.
We spoke with four sample label leaders from the Splice community to learn the ins and outs of running a sample label business.
Explore the Shepard tone, a popular and clever auditory illusion that tricks your brain into thinking a sound is always rising or falling in pitch.
Dom McLennon and Nothing_Neue discuss performative activism, learning from their communities, giving back, and more.
Dom McLennon of BROCKHAMPTON speaks about some upcoming collaborative initiatives including ‘Amplified,’ an artist-on-artist conversation series.
We take the age-old phrase “less is more” to new heights by demonstrating how you can create an entire beat using nothing but one sample.
Andrew Huang sat down with us to discuss his approach to music-making, from high-level mindset tips to specific production techniques he enjoys employing.
Explore the latest features PreSonus is bringing to Studio One 5, including the brand-new Show Page, Score View, Clip Gain Envelopes, and more.
We share the online tools we use to supplement our music discovery. If you love crate-digging and reading liner notes, you’ll dig these.
Producers / educators Bad Snacks and J3PO give us an inside look into how they use RC-20 in their own creative processes.
Let’s explore a few common tactics and best practices for reducing your CPU’s workload.
Electronic music innovator BT wants to provide feedback on your remixes that use Stutter Edit 2 – submit your music at email@example.com to be heard.