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[Ableton] is a great choice for those who want to make their own music. The software allows you to use the computer keyboard and mouse to play the instrument, and has a wide range of presets for different instruments.
[Reason] is another great software choice for making electronic music. It’s similar to Ableton, but it’s more advanced and it allows you to use hardware synthesizers and drum machines. It’s also very easy to use, and there are many tutorials available on YouTube if you need help.
If you want to make your own music using only your computer, then I highly recommend using a MIDI controller keyboard or a MIDI drum pad. These are devices that connect to your computer via USB, and allow you to play sounds by pressing keys or hitting pads on the device with your hands. They’re very inexpensive (around $100) and there are plenty of tutorials available online if you need help getting started.
How to make Electronic Music is a blog around electronic music production. The articles are mainly about mixing and mastering.
In the following article you will find some useful tips about mixing in general:
Mixing is the process of combining multiple tracks of audio together into one track of audio. Mixing allows you to blend the separate elements of a song, like drums, vocals, bass, etc., into one cohesive piece that can then be heard by listeners.
The goal of this article is to give insight into the basic tools and techniques used in modern mixing. By understanding these fundamentals, you’ll be ready to tackle any mixing project that comes your way with efficiency and confidence
There are five main principles to keep in mind when you mix: clarity, separation, balance, volume control and panning control. While each principle is independent, they all work hand-in-hand together to create a well-mixed song.
How To Make Electronic Music is a blog about electronic music production. It’s dedicated to all people who want to make and produce music. My goal is to bring you the most inspiring content and resources on how to make electronic music. If you are just starting out as an electronic musician or producer, it can be hard to find good information that you can really use. That’s where this blog comes in. I try to focus on the more practical aspects of making electronic music, not the theoretical ones.
In addition to publishing articles on this blog, I’m creating premium products (such as video courses) that will help you take your production skills to the next level. With over 10 years in the game, I know exactly what beginner producers are struggling with, because I’ve been there myself.
I hope that How To Make Electronic Music will help you achieve your goals and become a better producer!
Welcome to the How To Make Electronic Music blog!
I’ve created this blog because I want to give you some music production tips, but also because I want to share my experiences with you.
For years I’ve been producing music and I’ve learned a lot of things along the way. And still there are a lot of things to learn…
That’s why it’s so fun to produce music! You never get bored! Because there is always something new to learn or discover. And that is what makes producing electronic music such a great hobby for me.
And that is why I would like to share my experience with you in this blog.
Electronic music production is something that is becoming more and more popular. This is because people are starting to realize the art of producing electronic music, and it is slowly becoming a craft that many people are taking up as a hobby, and even a profession. It can be tricky to get started with electronic music production, especially if you don’t have any experience with it, but I think that this guide should help you out.
It’s important to know that there are many different ways to make your own electronic music. There are many different programs and plug-ins available for use, and each one offers something different. You can also find tutorials online that will teach you how to create your own unique sound using these programs.
I would recommend starting out with one of the simpler programs first, such as GarageBand or Logic Pro. These programs will allow you to create simple beats without having to worry about learning too much about the program itself. Once you have learned how to use these basic programs, you can then move on to other programs such as Ableton Live or Pro Tools.
I’ve been producing electronic music for some time now, and I have learned a lot from this experience. There are a lot of things I wish someone had told me before I started.
I’m not talking about the specific techniques that you use to produce music, because there is plenty of tutorials about it already available on the internet (read below for link).
What I would like to talk about today is all the other stuff that are essential to know, but no one tells you about.
· What do you need in terms of equipment?
· How much time does it take to make a song/EP/album?
· What does it take to make it as a producer? (including real life example)
· How do you get feedback on your tracks?
· …and many more! (read below for link)
The first electronic musical instrument was invented in the 19th century. It was called the Telharmonium. The Telharmonium made sound by causing electric currents to vibrate within a coil which then vibrated a membrane or diaphragm that was in contact with it. The diaphragm vibrated the air in close proximity and therefore produced sound waves.
The first electronic musical instrument that became popular, however, was the theremin, invented by Leon Theremin (who also invented eavesdropping devices for the Soviet Union). This instrument is played without physical contact by moving your hands in the space around two metal antennae. One antenna controls frequency, and the other volume. By manipulating these two controls, you can create all sorts of sounds. Due to its eerie, almost human-like sound, it became very popular in sci-fi movies and horror movies like “The Day The Earth Stood Still”.