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Oak Felder shows how “Sorry Not Sorry” was made from royalty-free samples


Splice has video in which Warren “Oak” Felder shows how he produced Sorry Not Sorry, the first single from Demi Lovato’s sixth album, Tell Me You Love Me.

“That 808 and that snap is what started the production”. Hear how Oak Felder used royalty-free samples from Splice Sounds to create Demi Lovato’s hit record “Sorry Not Sorry’ in 30 minutes.

In the video Warren takes us through the process of grabbing some samples from Splice Sounds and building the track. The producer shows some techniques including using the SurferEQ plugin from Sound Radix, Slate Digital’s DVC and Sonnox Oxford TransMod to shape the sound of the samples.

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