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.
We’re proud to announce that Splice has acquired Indaba Music, the pioneering music community. Today marks a new and exciting chapter for community on Splice.
We’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Toolroom Academy for the launch of their Production Certificate program.
Our Firestarter series kicks off with a chord progression from SZA’s “The Weekend!” Check out this blog post to learn about how you can get involved.
We had the chance to chat with M4SONIC about finger drumming and his newest Launchpad track, “Disrupter,” which exclusively uses samples from Splice Sounds.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we explore some basic musical properties of Romanticism and why they’re relevant to our modern productions.
Just getting started with Splice Studio? In this blog post, we’ll be navigating key features and common questions revolving Studio.
We explore three harmonic techniques from Coco’s “Remember Me” in order to learn how we can add interesting emotional colors to our chord progressions.
Songwriter and producer PALA shares a few tools and practices that he uses in order to get better, faster.
We explore the main theme of “Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp” to understand the musical elements that make your virtual campsite such a pleasant place.
Finger drummer Divinci shares how he used Splice Studio to collaborate and produce his latest two albums for his group Chakra Kahn.
In our latest Behind the SFX series, we chat with award-winning sound designer J.R. Fountain on how he created a horse galloping sequence out of bricks.