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In celebration of the five-year anniversary of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, explore the music theory elements behind its main theme that make your virtual campsite such a pleasant place.
From widening sounds to enhancing compositions, these 5 advanced delay techniques can make a huge impact on your music.
Origin Sound show us how to create a lo-fi beat from start to finish, using samples from their sample pack to demonstrate some key techniques.
In this blog post, we’ve recreated the instrumental of Bruno Mars and Cardi B’s massive hit, “Please Me.”
In this article, we walk you through the steps you should take to get a song ready for remixing, and tips for helping find the right producers to remix it.
While we’ve evolved our look, who we are hasn’t changed. Thank you for helping us get to where we are today – together, we cultivate a creative, open ecosystem.
Two-time Splice remix contest winner, Kotek, shares his best tips and practices for approaching a remix.
Music theory doesn’t need to be intimidating or stuffy – in this Firestarter, we explore theory through the lens of modern production.
Let’s explore Ableton’s Wavetable by examining its oscillators and modulation in detail. We’ll then use our learnings to create our very own patch.
Have you ever found yourself just staring at an empty session? Proactively overcome any creative block with this actionable approach to developing a melody.
For this week’s Firestarter, we’re asking you to build a build, creating as much tension as you possibly can without composing a drop to go along with it.