Our Tips on Becoming a Music Producer

As youngsters, many of us dreamed of becoming a hit in the music industry. Whether it was dancing around the bedroom singing into a hairbrush, or recording tapes and cd’s with mock radio shows and interviews – music creation is one of our most popular childhood fantasies. With a little guidance, music producing can be enjoyed as a hobby or something more serious (if the talent and desire remains!) Here are some of our tips on becoming a music producer.

 

Settle on a specific genre

 

Although it is nice to have an eclectic collection of music on one’s computer or smartphone, changing genre when producing music is not a realistic or cheap proposition. You will want to become known to one particular type of music-lover, and will need to focus on one genre in order to buy the right software and hardware, to create that specific sound type.

 

Market your music

 

When you have created some music, try and market it to the widest audience possible. It is easier to connect to wide audiences now, than ever before! Social media enables us to get work ‘out there’ after just a few clicks of a button. Create a good website that gives fans a taste of your talents, and leave them wanting more!

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Mixing is mastering

 

Perfect your sound, by learning the right skills to mix your music. This is the frustrating, time-consuming part where you listen out to every element of the music and ‘tweak’ volume, pitch, bass, etc, to get it just right. Improve the quality of your sound to gain more fans.

 

Get the right DAW for you!

 

The Digital Audio Workstation is the central source of your musical talents. Without an effective DAW (or knowledge of how to operate it), you end up with a shoddy programme that is poorly synthesized and is limited in its capability. The reason why musical production is now realistic for you, is down to technology such as the DAW so use it to its full effect.

 

Network

 

Any successful businessman will tell you that networking is the key to getting noticed. When you play at gigs, try and make it your mission to gain at least one more contact. Attend events; take every opportunity that you can to build your network of contacts - you never know where it might lead. Some people have charisma, some don’t. Hard work and effort can work just as effectively!

 

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