Splice Launches ‘World’s Largest Browsable Database of Sounds’

Splice Sounds
Since 2013, Splice has aimed to revolutionize music production with their cloud-based collaborative platform. So far, they’ve amassed over 160,000 users and hosted projects for artists like Tiesto, KSHMR, DallasK, Laidback Luke, and Henry Fong.
Today, the New York startup furthered its mission by launching “Splice Sounds,” a subscription service that provides access to the “world’s largest browsable database of sounds.”
Splice Sounds enables producers to discover, download and organize samples and loops with seamless integration into DAWs. Their library contains over 500,000 royalty-free sounds from various providers, including their flagship partner, Loopmasters.
There are two monthly plans available: a $7.99 level with 100 download credits and a $13.99 level with 300 download credits. Both include unlimited browsing and auditioning.
Watch the demo video below and visit Splice Sounds for more information.

Related: Tiësto & KSHMR Release Ableton Session for ‘Secrets’

Tiësto & KSHMR Release Ableton Session for ‘Secrets’

Tiësto performs at Wet Electric in Tempe, Arizona on April 25, 2015. (Rukes)
Tiësto and KSHMR have released the project file for the drop in “Secrets,” their number one hit featuring Vassy.
The two DJ/producers made the Ableton Live file available through Splice, a cloud-based, collaborative platform that aims to revolutionize music production.
Aspiring and experienced producers alike can now use the Splice DNA Player to visualize the drop’s arrangement, solo its individual tracks, read artist annotations and download the session. KSHMR is also encouraging fans to contact him with questions.

Related: Laidback Luke Releases Ableton Session for ‘Stepping to the Beat’

Laidback Luke Releases Ableton Session for ‘Stepping to the Beat’

Laidback Luke
Laidback Luke has released the full Ableton Live session for his latest song, “Stepping to the Beat.” The file has been made available through Splice, a cloud-based platform for music creation and collaboration.
Splice launched its public beta in September and has since released project files for artists such as Henry Fong, David Heartbreak, Figure, Alesia, Ken Loi and Jordy Dazz.
The company’s investors include Scooter Braun (Justin Bieber’s manager), Tiësto, Steve Angello (ex-Swedish House Mafia), AM Only, WME and others.

Luke attached the following message along with the session:

“Very much into starting this up with Splice and starting to share my projects with you! I’ve been known to help aspiring producers out and give advice and tips about producing. This feels like it comes as an extension of it. Now mind you, one major thing I’ve learned over the 22 years I’ve been producing, is to keep it simple. And I do! Simple, yet effective and fat. The floor, or any of the majority producers out there, won’t care how many crash or hi-hat stems you use. Or that you tweaked 8 hours to get this certain synth designed, which still can’t compete to the multitude of amazing synth presets out there. I make music for DJs to play out, and music to dance hard to! And my time, with all the touring, and overall hectic schedule, is super limited. No wasting it ha ha. Hope you can get some easy shortcuts looking into my session, and hope it can help you to be better and effective producer! Splice this to learn how I made Stepping To The Beat!”

Related: Henry Fong and J-Trick Release ‘Scream’ Ableton Session

Henry Fong and J-Trick Release ‘Scream’ Ableton Session

Henry Fong
Henry Fong and J-Trick’s have released the full Ableton Live session of their track, “Scream,” which is currently number eight on DJcity’s chart. The files have been made available through Splice — a new social platform that enables producers to share projects with other producers from around the world.
Splice currently offers support for Ableton Live, Logic Pro X and FL Studio with plans to support other DAWs in the near future. It also provides an embeddable DNA Player (see below), which gives fans a full view of a song’s arrangement, inline track commenting, samples, and third-party plugins.
To celebrate the track’s release, Henry Fong will be hosting a Splice sponsored live stream Q&A on October 7 at 2pm PST. Fans will be able to ask about the “Scream” production process, collaborating, and learn as Henry does a walkthrough of the track’s session.

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