In this episode we dive into the new FL Studio 2024, TuneCore’s AI mastering service, and Splice’s enhanced ‘Create’ feature.

Image-Line unveils the new FL Studio 2024

The latest FL Studio update is now available and packed full of new synth plugins, effects, AI-powered tool upgrades and more.

On the AI front, Image-Line have added a new chord progression generator for a given genre or vibe.
Two new notable effect plugins include Low Lifter (sub-bass enhancer), and Spreader (stereo widening tool).
A full list of features is available from the Image-Line website. FL Studio 2024 is free for existing DAW owners.
Reach more on the official Image-Line blog website here –


TuneCore launches their pay-per-use AI mastering service

TuneCore believe their new service will help artists on a budget to increase their chances of their songs being played by listeners worldwide.

The mastering tool uses AI to fix technical issues found with the uploaded tracks, and within a few minutes of processing, returns an optimised version of the track.

Artists can upload and test the mastering tool with as many tracks as they like for free. It currently costs $5 per master to download the optimised version.

Learn more by visiting the TuneCore website here –


Splice extends its Create feature to recommend samples based on uploaded loops

Splice users can now upload their own instrumental, drums or vocal loop as inspiration for a compatible Stack.

Create uses AI to analyse the uploaded loop and suggests high-quality, musician-made samples from their extensive catalog that matches the track’s vibe, key, and tempo.

Splice has confirmed it will ‘never share your sounds or use your sounds to train AI models’ in a bid to reassure artists of their rights.

Read more on Splice’s official blog website –

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