So you make pop, dance, RB, rap, hip-hop, house or any other beats, but for some reason your drums don't hit as tough as commercially released music and your tunes are not piercing through the speakers like you would like them to. Here we will outline 3 simple tips by Ms. Nadel Paris
(a recording artist, musician, music producer) that may help you perfect craft and get you on the right path to success. 1. Make it simple foolish -
You have heard this phrase before, but it's the truth. A good piece of music is typically simple and layered with other simple elements, so making a cohesive and concentrated piece of music with many elements. The complexity of your music will naturally progress as you keep practicing and perfecting your style. 2. Learn Your Tools -
Many producers have the myth of thinking that having the latest gear and music production software makes you a better producer. This is completely untrue.
Remember, there are lots of hideous producers out there with $10000 worth or more of kit. The main point being, that its how you use your music production tools and master them, rather than the tools you have! 3. Practice, Read, Research, Interact, Repeat -
There are many resources out there on the internet, whether or not it's music production forums or general music forums. Asking folk on feedback and tips is a good way to both learn and motive yourself. You will change into a better producer due to the sheer competition on such forums and the knowledge that they will bounce off each other.
In summary, don't fall into the trap of thinking that your equipment, knowledge or skills aren't good enough. Just keep making music and you'll naturally progress into the producer you always hankered after to be, it doesn't happen overnight so work hard, and work smart.
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