We explore the production techniques that dominated the 2010s, from pitched vocal chops to sidechained chords and genre crossovers.
The mp3 may be one of the most recognizable file types in music, but is it still as important today as it once was?
Video game music is in a more dynamic and exciting place than it has ever been before – in this article, let’s celebrate the state of game music in 2019.
Let’s explore how rhythm games have continually pushed the envelope of what a game could be, and what the experience of music listening could look like.
In the spirit of Halloween, a few of our blog’s authors came together and shared the horror movie scores that stood out to them.
Let’s walk through what a tritone is, its impact across music history, and its surprising sensitive side that isn’t so diabolical.
Let’s explore the evolution of iZotope’s Ozone, from its humble beginnings to the recent release of Ozone 9.
PreSonus’ Studio One turned ten years old today – in this blog post, let’s take a look at how the DAW has evolved over the past decade.
Join us on our exploration of Club Zanzibar, Newark’s historical music venue where the Jersey sound and voguing flourished.
Learn about how the Paradise Garage was home to one of the greatest DJs of all time and a sound that would define a genre and a generation.
Our Pride Month celebration continues with an exploration of the Warehouse, a club in Chicago that birthed house music.
In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we’re exploring a handful of renowned venues that impacted electronic music, starting with the Continental Baths.