Looking for an original sound? Try singing into an instrument! Here are six different instruments that you can try singing into to create a unique sound.
What does distortion mean in a musical context? How should you use distortion as a creative effect in your DAW? Find out in this article, and follow along with audio examples.
Learn three types of chromatic chords to break out of conventional chord progressions and breathe life into your songwriting.
In this introduction to limiters, dive into the nitty gritty: when to use them, how to use them, and how to train your ears to tell if they’re mangling your original sound source.
We show you how to produce one of the most important, but fussy song elements: basslines. Learn how to program bass that sounds good across multiple listening environments.
Dave Cerminara discusses how he used iZotope’s RX, Neutron, and Vinyl in the recording and mixing of the new Dawes album, 'Passwords.'
In part one of our songwriting tips series focused on creating memorable melodies, learn tricks to keep listeners interested like differing note durations, changing chords, and more.
If you’re using Stutter Edit and BreakTweaker, here are some artists who will inspire you create irregular, random compositions of glitch music and beyond.
Learning how to mix music? Find out how to avoid these ten pitfalls that nascent audio engineers and producers make.