We discuss the largest factors that go into answering the age-old question of how loud you should master your music.
Learn about what granular synthesis is and how you can use the technique to create immersive soundscapes out of simple one-shots.
Learn about what polyrhythms are, popular use cases of the technique, and why you should care about them as a music producer.
Learn about what parallel compression is and how you can use it to glue your sounds together while preserving transients and dynamics.
Use this one simple but colorful chord to achieve sounds that are unmistakably a part of gospel music’s sonic palette.
From parabolic and fiber optic micropones to hydrophones and binaural heads, we explore an array of niche microphones and recording setups.
We take a look at three simple but effective ways to start adding some musical randomization to your productions.
In this tutorial video, we demonstrate how you can use reharmonization to add a whole new flavor to your remixes’ chord progressions.
Learn about how to create original drum patterns in genres spanning lo-fi hip hop to metal, and download our free MIDI files to dive even deeper.
In this tutorial video, we walk through how you can add nuance and interest to your music with the help of chord extensions.
Let’s explore some of the most common microphone polar patterns, and how they can make a difference when used with intention.
Learn about four of the most common (but often confused) types of synthesis, and how they’re applied to modern productions.