Join Nate Mars for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with Collections of projects, part of Learning Splice.
- When you have a number of projects on Splice, the collections feature can help you organize your projects any way you want to. This feature is great if you have an album in progress, or tracks at various stages of production. Maybe you work in a number of genres and want to organize your music that way. Here you can see I have a few different collections. One is an album I'm working on another is a collection of tracks that are done and ready for mixing. And then I have some sketch song ideas that I've started but I'm not sure what to do with yet. So this is just one example of how you can use collections, you'll probably come up with your own way to use collections and manage multiple projects as you experiment and upload more projects to Splice.
To create a new collection and add a project, we're just going to click on add a new collection, create a name for our collection, and then click add. And you can hit show all, or show less, to see all of your collections. To add a project to a collection, I can drag a project right into a collection. Doing this also adds the collections tag to the associated projects in your main studio feed. If you want to remove a project from a collection, simply click the "x" next to the tag. Everyone organizes their music projects in different ways, I encourage you to experiment and find a workflow that's best for you.
- 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