Here you will find all the articles from the category Music Production Tips linked and briefly summarised for your convenience. I hope you’ll find it helpful.
We’ve all come across videos in which someone creates a track on the fly against the clock. First it was an hour, then increasingly less time. And quite frankly, most of them are more like sketches or demos, unfinished and
With the Live 9 Suite you get Max for Live and with it, the Convolution Reverb. I think it’s a great addition, although personally I would love to see the Reverb improved to achieve better results when used on vocals
Sometimes, especially when we’ve been working on a song or track for a long time, it can be hard to tell if a sound is too loud or too quiet in the mix. Or if an effect is too intense
Most of the time, when we’re talking about editing in music production, what we mean is to arrange audio or MIDI clips to make them sound a certain way. However, this is not the only meaning that editing has.
One of the things that is vitally important in music production is the ability to edit. To discard anything that doesn’t improve the song or track, regardless of how long you’ve spent on the part. The sounds or ideas might
One typical rookie mistake of aspiring music producers is that they try to make everything sound equally loud and on top of it forget to use the panning to their advantage. This will ultimately mean that their productions will sound