Su na walks us through the production and composition aspect of producing a future beats track.
In this six week series on arranging, we aim to help break down arrangement to six simple elements that we hope you can apply to your productions.
Let’s take a look at articulation and how it helps bring out the best in your melodies.
Learn all about timbre, how it affects your music arrangement process, and how to manipulate it.
Learn how the proper use of dynamics in your music can help convey an array of emotions.
Improve your rhythm vocabulary and toolkit to elevate your grooves.
From frequency maps to listener psychology, we cover the basics of pitch in our six part music arrangement series.
Follow these tips to start constructing your own production in this popular genre.
In this tutorial inspired by Figure and Dirty Deeds, educator Chris Petti explains techniques for “switching up” genres in a single track.
Mastering is the final step in the recording process – learn more about your options for mastering and explore projects on Splice.
Let’s explore the similarities and differences between Sam Smith and Tom Petty’s arrangements.
Check out these templates to learn how the original songs are arranged and use them as a starting point for your own song.