The Pros And Cons of Electronic Music Artist Making Their Own Sound Design


The Pros And Cons Of Electronic Music Artist Making Their Own Sound Design

There are many pros and cons of electronic music artist making their own sound design. In this article we will look at the advantages and disadvantages of electronic music artist making their own sound design. The first pro is that you can have it all your way. I’m not talking about having to go out and buy everything, I mean by making your own sound design you can make it so that you can use anything from the internet to put on your computer to make the sound you want. You can even use what you find online to make your own sounds. This allows for a lot more flexibility in your music than having someone else do it for you.

You also get a lot more control over the quality of the sound that is produced. When someone else makes it you have no control over how they choose what to use or how they choose what kind of sounds are used in them. You also don’t get any help when something goes wrong with it because they don’t know what they’re doing either. When you do it yourself though, you can test out every bit of equipment that goes into making the song to see if anything needs changing before it’s used in production. This saves you time in having to go

The Pros and Cons of Electronic Music Artist Making Their Own Sound Design

The Pros and Cons of Electronic Music Artist Making Their Own Sound Design

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Doug Woods

Aug 25, 2017

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There has been a recent trend in the electronic music world where producers are learning how to create their own sound design. With the rise of digital synthesis, more and more producers are becoming synthesists, but does this mean that the producer is a sound designer? More importantly, should producers be learning how to design their own sounds or should they be focusing on other aspects of their productions? Should producers even be learning how to create their own sounds? In today’s article I want to dive deep into these questions and give you my thoughts on the topic.

One of the biggest debates in electronic music production is whether you should create your own sound design or purchase existing samples. Depending on what genre you make this can be a very difficult decision to make. The reason is that there are pros and cons on both sides of the argument. In this post I wanted to discuss the pros and cons of creating your own sound design as an electronic music artist.

Pros:

– You don’t have to pay anyone else to do it

– You can craft a unique signature sound

– Your talent will become more valuable

Cons:

– It takes time away from producing music

– It takes time away from marketing your music

– It takes time away from practicing your live performance skills

There are many advantages to an electronic music artist managing his or her own sound design. For one, there is a huge range of software and hardware options available to assist in the process of sound design. Whether you want to create your own samples and sounds from scratch, or edit and manipulate existing ones, there are tools out there to help you achieve your desired results.

The advantage of having a third party create your sound design is that they may have a better understanding of how to achieve the sound you want, and also they could potentially be quicker at doing it than if you were to do it yourself. This could be due to them having access to better equipment or software, or simply because they have more experience with this type of work.

Another advantage of hiring someone else to do your sound design is if you don’t have time for it yourself. This could be because you’re busy with other projects, or perhaps just need some extra help on this one project. In any case, having someone else handle the task can save you time which means more time spent doing what matters most: making music!

On the other hand there are some disadvantages as well…

Pro’s:

1. The creator knows their sound better than anyone else.

2. The creator knows what they want to feel in the song and can make the sounds match the feeling they are looking for.

3. The creator has control over all aspects of the song and can focus on each aspect individually rather than relying on someone else to make something work with the sounds they have created.

Con’s:

1. Time is money and creating your own sound design takes a lot more time than getting someone else to do it for you.

2. You may not know how to create certain sounds that you are wanting in your song and therefore would need to find someone who does know how to create those sounds or learn how yourself which could take up more time in the project.

The pros of making your own sound design for your track:

– You understand the track and the emotion that you want to convey the best. This means that no one will be able to make the sounds that fit your song better than you.

– You can get exactly what you want. If you’re talking to a separate engineer about your sound design, there are some things that might get lost in translation. When you’re creating it yourself, you won’t have this problem because you know what sounds exactly like what you want.

– You save money on hiring someone else. Sound design is not cheap and could cost hundreds of dollars if not more. If you take the time to create your own sound design, it helps save money while still getting the exact product that you want.

The cons of making your own sound design:

– You have less time to focus on other aspects of your music career such as promotion, playing shows or recording new music if you take time out of your schedule to do sound design.

– Sometimes working with someone else can give you ideas that wouldn’t have occurred to you otherwise. If they bring up ideas for percussion or bass sounds that work well with the track, it could end

A lot of producers wonder if they should make their own sound design or get someone else to do it for them.

It’s true that there are some amazing sound designers out there who can make you sound like a pro, but there are also some disadvantages to having someone else design the sounds for you. Here are some of the pros and cons of using a third party sound designer on your projects:

Pros:

* More time to focus on other aspects of the song

* They may have access to different gear/plugins that you don’t have

* Some may be able to make better sounding sounds than you would be able to make yourself (especially if they’ve been doing this longer than you have)

Cons:


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