Splice is adding a new channel to its Discord server called ‘Diamonds’. It’s focused on under-represented genders and LGBTQIA+ musicians.
Music-making platform Splice is having a refocus within its business that involves shutting down its ‘Studio’.
From the 1950s onwards, there have been researchers exploring algorithmic composition using computers around the world.
Music creation firm Splice has a new boss: former Adobe executive Kakul Srivastava.
We’ve written a lot about AI music creation and how initial and understandable pangs of concern from human songwriters
Splice built its community with its subscription model for music loops, beats and samples.
Combinations of music services and creator tools / communities aren’t new, but we sense they’re going to be a more prominent part of the music ecosystem in the coming years.
Music-making platform Splice has worked with a number of professional artists and producers on sample packs to offer to its subscribers. Now it’s getting some starry names on board as advisors.
Creator tools firm Splice has been offering subscriptions for a long time, but now it has added two new plans into its mix: Creator and Creator+. They sit alongside the existing Sounds+ […]
Clean Bandit are the latest artist to explore the world of music creation, by releasing their own sample pack on Splice. The pack includes 110 samples: drums, synths, basslines, FX and […]
Having become one of the key services (and communities) for music makers, Splice is raising money again. The company has raised a $55m funding round from investors Goldman Sachs and Music – the […]
We’ve written regularly about music creation firm Splice, with its subscription plan for samples and related music-making tools. Now the company has revealed how that’s paying off for the producers of the sounds it offers to musicians.
Splice paid out $11m in royalties over the first nine months of 2020 according to MBW, taking its lifetime total to $36m. Meanwhile, the company has seen its daily sound downloads grow by 50% to 1.1m during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Our goals are about being the artist’s advocate. It’s about what can we do to line up alongside the artist and make sure that as the economy of the music business is shifting back toward the artist, the empowerment is shifting back toward the artist,” promised chief music officer Maria Egan.