Join Nate Mars for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the benefits of a cloud-connected studio, part of Up and Running with Splice.
- Now that you've logged in, you can see your dashboard. Your dashboard gives you a general overview of all the projects on Splice, special announcements from Splice, as well as suggested users to follow. It's a great place to find other people to work with and other Splice users that you can collaborate with on projects. We're going to now navigate to our studio. Your studio on Splice is your very own Cloud-connected private workspace that you can access from anywhere in the world. It helps easily sync and manage your projects so you can focus on what's most important, your music.
When logged into Splice.com, you can click on your studio tab and view all of the projects you're working on. Click Solo and you'll see projects that you're working on alone. Click Collaborations to see all of the projects you're working on with other people. Click Spliced and it'll show you all the projects you've downloaded from the community into your private studio. We'll talk more about Splicing in the community later in this course. I do want to mention that with Splice projects you create or upload are private by default. This means that you can work alone or with collaborators in private where only you and the people you select can access your work.
Later I'll show you how to create a release and make your project public. Now I'm going to navigate back to All Projects. You can see here there are 203 projects. If you look at the project overview in a list, you'll see the last time you worked on the project, you'll also see what DAW the project's in, in this case, these projects are in Ableton Live, whereas this project is FL Studio, and it's a great out because there is only a beta currently available for Mac. I've been able to Splice this project and create a version in my private studio because this user had uploaded stems with their project.
We'll cover this a little bit later. I can also see the usernames of collaborators that I'm working with on any particular project. I can open the latest version of the project, and I can also hear a bounce of version 10, which was the latest version of the project that includes a bounce. (deep bass techno music) Finally, here's the button to create a new project, which I'll cover next.
- Creating a Splice account
- Adding your projects to Splice
- Working with collaborators
- Using Splice Sounds
- Discovering popular plugins
- Creating a release using the Splice DNA Player