Find out how to create the catchy synth lead line from David Guetta’s electro pop hit “Bad Little Girl” using Native Instruments’ Massive.
The Dim Mak and Ultra regular and Dizzee Rascal remixer discusses the challenges of producing on the road, his essential mixing tools and name-checks his current favourite synths.
The multi-award winning duo and N-funk pioneers wax lyrical about the SE-1 synth, creating their own FX and why they have computer speakers in the studio.
Want a dirty bouncing bassline like Black Eyed Peas’ Dirty Bit? Marc Adamo shows you how in this exclusive S2S video walkthrough.
Drum sequencers, multiple monitors and the importance of reading the contract all come up in conversation with the silver-haired maestro, who – like many of us – still feels his studio setup is far from perfect.
Sleazy fidget sounds are all about wonky beats, stacked claps, pushed swing and wobbly, rasping basslines. Hedflux serves up a selection of his turn-to tips.
S2S’s Summer Sale has kicked off with more than 100 price cuts on some of the best sounds around. Dave Felton highlights his top of the drops.
Picking the right drum sounds, keeping your arrangement simple and perfecting breakdowns all help create the perfect Electro-House record, writes Sharooz
In the first of our regular ‘How To…’ video walkthroughs, Marc Adamo walks us through the making of the frisky lead synth line in D. Ramirez’ remix of Bodyrox’ ‘Yeah Yeah’.
The Dutch housemeister takes some time out of his Tiesto tour to let off some steam in the Sounds/To/Sample hotseat.
A pioneer who is equally at home producing underground smashes or mainstream hits, we talk to the Swedish superstar about multiple monitors, perfect pianos and why digital and analogue really can get along.
We caught up with the Beatport top 10 regular to discuss the future of clubbing, why his studio’s all-digital and how to gaurantee a great low-end.
An original Dirtybird and one of the leading lights of San Francisco’s resurgent house scene, we head across the pond to chat dubstep and sub bass with the main man.
The wobbly electro duo are fans of distortion, big-ass saw waves and bananas. They’re not fans of long mixes. Dada Life talk frankly in the S2S hotseat.
He played on Eric Prydz’ classic ‘Call On Me’, he’s fighting for a fair deal for musicians in the digital age, and he truly hates over-mastered mixes. Production guru Hal Ritson from The Young Punx talks candidly with S2S.