We conclude our three-part editorial series with a deep dive into several Detroit techno and house classics of the 2000s.
In this article, we dissect the rhythms, basslines, chords, and hooks of several Detroit techno classics of the 1990s.
We kick off our three-part series by dissecting the rhythms, basslines, and hooks of several Detroit techno classics of the 1980s.
To celebrate the release of the latest ‘Star Wars’ film, we take a look at some iconic sounds from the franchise to demystify some sound design techniques.
Let’s explore how to achieve the coveted sampling sound and some techniques you can use to make your samples feel special.
To kick off our “The Sound” series, we’ll take a look at the history and production techniques that give Atlanta trap its signature flavor.
Let’s look back at the evolution of iZotope’s Ozone from the beginning and see how it has affected workflows and shaped the sound of today.
Paradise Garage was a unique piece of LGBTQ+ history with one of the greatest DJs of all time and a sound that would define a genre and a generation.
Even if you’ve never heard of Denniz Pop, you’ve definitely heard his sound. Here are four facts about the godfather of modern pop.
How did a six second drum sample go on to inspire entire sub-genres of music? Let’s examine the history of the Amen Break.
How does one go about making the Pryda Snare (aside from sampling it directly from “Miami to Atlanta”)? Here’s a quick rundown.