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.
Everybody makes mistakes, it’s a given, but these mistakes cost me so much learning time in a big way, so in me writing this blog my purpose is for you to not make the same. As a music producer, it can be hard to get the outcomes you want, it's hard to articulate an idea from your head onto your D.A.W, especially when you are a less experienced producer. What I have learnt after 6 years of music production is that to learn faster and get the feeling of job satisfaction, some certain practices should be avoided, or at least be noted. These are the 5 mistakes that cost me time.