In this article, I want to talk about what you can do when you’re new to the field of music production. I will suggest what studio and production gear you could buy and how to approach the overwhelming selection of VST/plugins, sample libraries and some of the best ways to start learning without getting overly saturated with information. This is my opinion and what has helped me as a bedroom producer so, when it comes to buying studio gear, I do advise that you take the time out to do your own research before spending any money. This is a pretty in-depth article so I hope you enjoy the content.
Success is a very broad topic, however, for the sake of this blog, I want to really talk about progress towards your own goal as a music producer, whatever that may be. One thing I think we can all agree on is that no matter what our goal is, we must finish plenty of music to achieve it. My research and experience are based on many years of working with mentors/music producers that were far better than me, and a lot of harsh learning curves that really stopped my progress along the way.
These six habits are not the ultimate guide to success, but what I have implemented in my music writing to get over the frustrating hurdles that myself and many other producers I come across have faced. So, I hope you cannot only understand it, but also use it to your benefit.