5 More Tips for Panning Music with Intention
Don’t pan haphazardly—use these tips to pan with authority. Learn five more essential tips for panning music with intention.
7 Home Recording Studio Myths
Filtering the bad from the good isn’t easy when it comes to music production advice. For this reason, we expose seven pervasive home recording studio myths that distract newcomers from making music.
8 Tips for Mixing Your Song with Spire Studio
From flipping the hard-panned parts to starting with each track at the bottom, learn eight tips to help you hone in on a great mix quickly with Spire Studio.
How to Tune Drum Samples for Better Tracks
Even after compression and EQ, some drum samples don’t want to gel with everything else. This may very well be a tuning issue. Here are five scenarios where tuning drum samples will greatly improve the quality of your mix.
10 Questions with Electro-pop Artist KYLO
Read ten music production questions from Toronto-based electro-pop artist KYLO on creating space and atmosphere in songs, lush harmonies, and more.
How to Collaborate Effectively with Other Music Producers
Collaborating with other music producers can be one of the best parts of making music. In this article, we discuss how to do so in an enjoyable, time-efficient, and productive way.
How to Get a Fat, Deep Bass Sound
Musicians and producers are often looking for that deeper, fatter synthesized bassline. We show you how to combine subtractive analog synthesis and virtual effects to create basslines with more depth.
Pros and Cons: Monitoring Options for Mixing
Closed-back, open-back, near-field, far-field, which to choose? In this article, we cover the pros and cons of different monitoring options for mixing.
How to Prevent Ear Fatigue When Mixing Audio
As a mix engineer or music producer, you are bound to experience ear fatigue as a result of long and loud studio sessions. Consider these tips to design a workflow that minimizes the effects of listening fatigue and prevents long term hearing damage.
Adding Delay to Vocal Samples to Liven Up Dance Tracks
Vocal samples are used to add a certain flair to any given track. But without effects, they can sound out of place. Add delay to your vocal samples to liven them up.
How to Use Splice Sounds
With over 2 million loops, one-shots, and sound effects, your creativity has no limits. Learn how to use Splice Sounds on your next song.