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How music synchronization works

Want to know how to get your track featured in the latest TV series? Here is the ultimate guide to the sync industry, featuring insider tips, examples and more.

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Top 5 essential MASSIVE tutorials

Watch these videos on how to master MASSIVE effects and processes so that you can create your own musical style.

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How to manage your TRAKTOR track library

A quick and easy guide to managing your track library in TRAKTOR.

February 20, 2018 in

Creative techniques: KOMPLETE x Reason 10

Watch the latest video from Propellerhead on how to get creative from using different tools.

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Ronit Kirchman on scoring ‘The Sinner’

Find out how LA composer Ronit Kirchman developed and produced the soundtrack for TV drama 'The Sinner'.

February 19, 2018 in

Beats from the web: best MASCHINE beat-making videos

Check out some of the best beat-making videos online, sourced from the global community of MASCHINE users.

February 14, 2018 in

Kan Wakan on working with Moses Sumney to scoring for Showtime

Recording artist, soundtrack producer, and Moses Sumney collaborator discusses classic sounding studio tools, and composition techniques.

February 13, 2018 in

Watch: Building a track in realtime with NGHT DRPS

Watch Berlin producer NGHT DRPS build a track from scratch, find out how he went about doing it, and download the track for free.

February 12, 2018 in

Half Waif: Creating sounds from isolation

Nandi Rose Plunkett from Brooklyn-based, electronic-indie outfit Half Waif discusses influences, studio processes, and MASSIVE.

February 5, 2018 in

Watch: In the studio with Nabihah Iqbal

Nabihah Iqbal, formerly known as Throwing Shade shows how she produced the track 'Something More' in her London home studio.

January 24, 2018 in

Carlo Lio on track management, effects, and DJing

Leading DJ Carlo Lio runs through his TRAKTOR setup, detailing how he approaches track management, beatgridding, mapping, and more.

February 7, 2018 in