Mobile Music Production Tips: A blog about how you can make music on the go. We’ll be covering everything from portable beats and sample manipulation to recording equipment and software.
A few years ago making music with a computer was generally viewed as “taking the human element out of composition”. It wasn’t really until the early 2000’s when companies like Ableton and Native Instruments introduced their products that people started realizing just how much technology could actually enhance creativity.
This new wave of modern electronic instruments has given us the opportunity to take our ideas and turn them into reality from anywhere in the world. So, if you’re looking to take your iPhone, iPad or Android device to the next level as a sidekick in your studio; or if you want to make music while you’re traveling around. This is the place for you!
I have been a music producer for over 8 years and it has been a blast. I have been able to travel the world and meet many amazing people. However, as you can tell by my picture, I am not a young man anymore.
I decided that I wanted to share my knowledge with the world and start a blog about how you can make music on the go, without the need of carrying heavy studio equipment around.
We are all looking to make music on the go. Whether it be during your lunch-break, in your car or on the beach.
The purpose of this website is to provide resources, tips, interviews and reviews that will help you get the most out of making music with mobile devices.
Join the discussion and share your own tips with our community.
In this blog post you will learn how to make electronic music on the go. You’ll find out what gear you’ll need to get started, and I’ll also give you a few tips and tricks on how to make music while traveling.
I’ve spent the last 4 years traveling around the world, making music in airports, hotels, hostels, coffee shops and even at the beach. This has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, because it’s really allowed me to connect with likeminded people wherever I go. I used to be very shy and timid when it came to meeting new people, but once I started sharing my music with others, it became a lot easier for me to approach strangers and strike up conversations.
If you’re a musician or producer who has always dreamed of making music while traveling, read on!
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