Electronic Song Tutorial

Electronic Song Tutorial is a blog around electronic song producing for beginners. It is mainly about :

electronic music, dance music, dancehall music, hip hop music, pop music and so on…

Electronic Song Tutorial is a blog around electronic song producing for beginners.

If you want to jump right ahead to the electronic music tutorials, you can have a look at the Tutorial Section for some examples of how to create great electronic tracks by yourself if you are a beginner.

The Electronic Song Tutorial blog will cover everything ranging from beats, basslines and melodies to arrangements, mixing and mastering of your own songs.

With this blog I am trying to create a resource for producers who want to get started in the world of producing their own songs with software like Ableton Live or Logic Pro. I am also going to write about theory and what you need to know about the different tools you are using in your DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).

I hope you enjoy reading my articles and find them helpful if you are just starting out in this awesome world of electronic music production!

Welcome to Electronic Song Tutorial!

This blog is dedicated to all those who love electronic music and want to learn how to create a song on their own. You will find in this blog tutorials and articles about creating tracks with Ableton Live, the incredible music production software. If you are interested in learning more about sound engineering, mixing, synthesizers and effects, here you will find everything you need.

I have recently started this project because I believe that there’s a lot of useful information that could be shared with people who are starting their journey into electronic music. Most of the tutorials and courses out there are either too basic or too advanced for beginners. They can teach you how to use a specific synth plug-in or how to mix a track with 20 tracks inside it. However, a beginner does not need to know how to use every plug-in available nor how to mix 20 tracks at once. He needs to learn simple concepts like how to put together the different elements of a song, how different frequencies affect one another etc. These are the topics we will cover on this blog.

I hope you will enjoy it! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions.

This is a free tutorial for producing electronic songs. The tutorial is organized in the form of a blog. Moreover, it is made for beginners, so you don’t need to know anything about producing electronic music.

We will go through all the steps from the beginning: from creating melodies and beats, to mixing and mastering. You will also learn how to use effects like delay, reverb and compression, as well as EQing your song.

So if you want to learn how to produce your own music, this is the right place!

When it comes to electronic music, everyone is a beginner. It doesn’t matter whether you have been working with software such as Ableton Live for years or whether you just started out with FL Studio last week. The first thing people do when they enter the world of electronic music is to spend days, weeks and months learning the tools.

This tutorial is not just for absolute beginners, it can also be useful for people who want to start making songs with a DAW. If you want to learn more about the basic usage of a DAW, don’t hesitate and read on.

Whether you want to make electronic music, or just want to understand your favorite songs better, there are some fundamental concepts that are important to learn. Today we will cover these to get you started.

What is a Sound Wave?

A sound wave is a pressure wave that consists of alternating periods of compression and rarefaction. The amplitude of the sound is measured in decibels (dB) and the frequency is measured in Hertz (Hz).

Amplitude refers to how much energy the sound wave has, which correlates to our perception of loudness. Frequency refers to how many cycles per second the sound wave completes, which correlates to our perception of pitch.

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