If I was a beginner producer, I’D FOCUS ON THESE 6 THINGS.👇⠀
(Also, do you recognize any producers in this video? 😂)⠀
1. CREATING AS MUCH MUSIC AS POSSIBLE⠀
Don’t worry about choosing a genre. Instead, try anything and everything you feel inspired to try. You will find your sound over time. When I first started I tried hip hop, then progressive house, then big room house, and now I make more melodic house music.⠀
2. STARTING YOUR SOCIALS / PERSONAL BRAND⠀
Your socials, like your music, will develop over time. The important thing is to just start. Waiting will only cause you more pressure. I started my YouTube long before I had any releases, and it still grew & was successful + now I have cool footage to show people my journey from the beginning to now.⠀
3. WATCHING YOUTUBE TUTORIALS (BUT NOT TOO MANY)⠀
One tip for tutorials is to watch them AS YOU NEED THEM - don’t just watch everything because it will overload you with too much info. For example, if you are having a hard time with melodies, watch a melody tutorial.⠀
4. GETTING AS MUCH FEEDBACK AS POSSIBLE⠀
Real feedback leads to real results. It’s almost impossible to hear all the issues in your track yourself, because you have heard your track too many times and you start missing stuff. I always try to get feedback from 5+ producers on my tracks before I finish them/send them to labels.⠀
5. CONNECTING / COLLABING WITH OTHER PRODUCERS⠀
I recommend collabing with someone who is good at the things you aren’t good at, and together you will make a quality track.⠀
6. GET A PERSONAL MENTOR⠀
I had a personal mentor when I started out, and it helped me so much! This is actually what inspired me to start my own mentoring team to help producers, because I remember how much it helped me.
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