This is a blog about how to make electronic music. It’s a blog about the electronic instruments used to play electronic music. I’m going to tell you how to use the latest and greatest music software, how to use your computer as an instrument, and how to use the best music software in the world to produce amazing electronic music.
You’ll also find out about my favorite electronic instruments, my favorite electronic musicians, and what I think are the best electronic instruments for making great music. If you’re interested in finding out more about electronic music, or just like reading blogs about it, then this is the place for you.
How to Make Electronic Music is a blog about the instruments used to make electronic music. Whether it’s analog synthesizers, MIDI controllers, modular synthesizers, drum machines or just cables, we’ll review and discuss them in detail.
Before I get into the gear itself though, I want to discuss why I started this blog in the first place. In short, I’m tired of reading poorly written reviews.
Don’t get me wrong — there’s some great stuff out there. But most product reviews tend to be lacking in either detail or real-world experience. A lot of reviewers seem to write their products descriptions after getting a single afternoon with the device — if that — before publishing their article.
In my experience it takes at least a few days with a device before you can really start to grasp what it does well and what it does poorly. And that’s especially true for anything more complicated than a basic drum machine or synth.
So instead of focusing on reviews of new releases (where I’d be competing with others who have access to review samples), my plan is focus on more established products — ones where I can write detailed reviews based on years of hands-on experience (and not just years of reading other people’s reviews).
This blog is about electronic instruments used to play electronic music. It is a guide for beginners and established electronic musicians, including some of the most famous in the world. It’s written by me, David Cope, who has been making and playing music for over 25 years.
I’ve been fascinated with electronic music since I was a child. My first synthesizer was a Roland TR-707 drum machine that I bought in 1984 when I was just starting out as a musician. I’ve owned many other instruments and software programs since then, but my love of this style of music has never changed.
I started this blog because I wanted to share my passion for electronic music with others who enjoy it too. If you like what you read here, please subscribe to my RSS feed or follow me on Twitter so we can stay in touch!
Hello, I am a musician with a lot of years of experience in the field. I have been playing and recording music since I was 8 years old.
In my career as a professional musician, and now as an amateur, I have learned a few things. One of these things is that there are many different ways to make music.
And each style has its advantages and disadvantages. Some styles require more knowledge than others, some require more skill, some require more patience, and some require more money.
I decided to create this blog to share my knowledge with other musicians who are interested in electronic instruments and electronic music.
I hope that you will find it useful, and please feel free to ask any questions you may have about electronic instruments or electronic music in general.
The music industry has changed dramatically over the past few decades, and it is now easier than ever to produce electronic music. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, there are many things that you can do to get your music out into the world.
In this guide, I will show you how to make electronic music as well as how to get started with making it. I’ll also share some tips on how to market your music online so that you can start making money from your work.
Electronic Music: The Basics
The term “electronic music” refers to any music made with electronic equipment such as synthesizers, drum machines and samplers. It can be used in many different styles of music including hip hop, pop, rock and dance. However, most people think of techno when they hear the words “electronic music”. Techno is a type of dance music that uses repetitive beats and sounds to create catchy melodies.
The best way to learn about electronic music is by listening to it yourself. You can find many examples of electronic artists online such as Aphex Twin, Daft Punk and Skrillex. These artists use different types of equipment such as analog synthesizers (which produce sounds by manipulating waves), digital synthesizers (which produce
Electronic music is music that employs electronic musical instruments and electronic music technology in its production, an electronic musician being a musician who composes and/or performs such music. In general a distinction can be made between sound produced using electromechanical means, and that produced using electronics only.
Electronic instruments include synthesizers, digital pianos, electronic organs, theremins and computer-generated sounds (including samples). Some types of electronic instruments may be designed for live performance or for non-performance purposes such as sound recording.
Electronic music is composed by using various techniques such as musique concrete and sampling. Composers from the 20th century who pioneered the use of electronic instruments include Luigi Nono, Edgar Varese and Karlheinz Stockhausen.
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans” – John Lennon
I feel like this quote applies to me right now. I’ve been so busy working on the blog that I haven’t had a chance to work on any music. It’s a little frustrating, because I’m really excited to get back into it. I’m planning on getting together with my friend Adam sometime this week, and we’ll see if we can come up with some ideas for new songs.
I took a look at the stats for the blog and so far in March we have had over 1200 unique visitors. That’s pretty impressive for a site that is only about 3 months old! So thanks for stopping by, and I hope you are enjoying your time here.