This is a new blog around beats, production and tracking. So I will talk about my favorite genre of electronica and why I like it so much and maybe also talk about some of the artists in this genre.
I also want to show everyone my own tracks, which are in electronica style and maybe you can give me a few tips on how to improve my tracks and what kind of gear I need to get to make better music.
So here we go: My name is Daniel and I live in Germany. As a child I always wanted to be a musician, but unfortunately I did not succeed in the long run. So I started producing beats by myself, but that was really hard at the beginning because there were no tutorials or anything else.
After a few years I decided to start a blog where I share my knowledge with you guys. Maybe you can learn from me as well 🙂
I have been making music since I was a child, and this is something that I love to do. Most of the time, I produce electronic music, which is my favorite genre to listen to and my favorite genre to produce. One thing that really annoys me is how many people are charging for their beats when they are not even good quality.
The way that this works is that you simply need to find out as much as you can about the program and the different features. Once you have done this, you will be able to make some very high quality beats and it will not take much time at all.
To make high quality beats, you need to be creative, think about what you want the track to sound like, and then get some creativity flowing! This means that you need to sit down and start thinking about what type of track you want. For example, if you want a track with a lot of bass, then choose a beat that has a lot of bass in it. If you want a track with lots of high pitched sounds or something else then choose a beat that has these things in it.
Lately I’ve come across a lot of people who are looking to get into making beats. They’re all coming from different places, but they all seem to be starting from scratch. And that’s cool. I love helping people get started.
But it got me thinking that there really isn’t a lot of great advice out there for people who are just starting out. There are tons of great tutorials, but not so much about what to do with those tutorials after you learn them. So, this is going to be the first part in a series for guys who want to make beats and production their
And you will have to publish your own music, or have a label do it for you. I can’t say much here because I’m not a marketing professional.
But let’s face it: how many artists make it big? If you are making this just to get big, you’re going to be very disappointed.
The world needs more music makers. Make something for the sake of making something. Make something for someone else. Let’s keep working together as a community and make some great music!
Since all of the beats on this blog are created using Sonic Producer and other software, I figured I would bring you guys a list of some of the best electronica producers and remixers out there, who are using electronic music production software.
These are all great guys to be inspired by, as they are all making some of the best electronica around.
– Bassnectar (Lorin Ashton)
Bassnectar is definitely one of my favorites. He has some gritty basslines in his songs that make you want to get up and dance. Bassnectar is a freeform bass music producer known for his live performances and light shows. He is a long time DJ and producer based out of Santa Cruz, California.
I’m a pretty experienced producer/DJ/musician, but I recently came across a tool that has helped me take my own music to the next level.
Even though I’ve been in the game for a while, I was still having trouble creating songs that were complex, interesting, and had all the elements that make big producers look like they’re doing magic tricks.
It’s called Sonic Producer and it’s basically a software that gives you access to tons of professional instruments, loops and samples from all genres so you can create your own beats, tracks and rap songs.
It’s ideal for beginners who don’t know their way around mixing boards and other hardware, but it definitely works for experienced producers as well.
The best part about it is how it is online-based so there is no software to download and you can save everything online so you can access it from any computer.
$800 for a computer and $500 for speakers may not seem like much, but you’d be surprised at the amount of people who buy these things based on the brand or how cool it looks. If you do this, you will lose money in the long run. This is not what I recommend.
I recommend that you go to a local computer retailer and pick up an inexpensive PC with Windows 2000 or XP (or even 98, it works fine). Then go to a local music store and grab some Behringer MS40 studio monitors for about $150, and trust me, they sound great.
Now that you have your computer and speakers all set up, let’s get down to business.