5 Tips for Fresh Music Producers in 2021
We put together a shortlist of very important tips for music producers who are just starting off. Having these tips at the back of your mind will be a tremendous heads up in the game.
1. PERFECT THE RIGHT TECHNIQUES
You need to be adequately skilled in your craft. Familiarize yourself properly with your DAW (Digital Audio Station) and learn everything about it until you discover the fastest and most efficient ways to achieve your results.
2. REMOVE DISTRACTIONS
Make sure that you keep distractions at the barest minimum. Your workspace should be a place where you’re most comfortable whether it’s a commercial studio or just your bedroom.
3. NEVER FORCE YOUR SELF
It’s a very normal and in fact regular occurrence to hit a creative block every now and then. Whenever you get to this point and you’re just not getting any vibes, you need to just chill out and take a break for real. Whether it’s a long break for several days or a short break for only ten minutes, just make sure you’re feeling refreshed when you resume.
4. DEVELOP A VISION
One thing you need to take very good note of is your sense of clarity. Whee starting a new project, it’s important to have a clear vision of what you want beforehand.
5. STRIVE FOR ORIGINALITY
You got to think outside the box man! You don’t necessarily need to sound like everyone else does. Perfect your craft and perfect the sound that will distinguish you from all other producers. Originality is a trait that’s going to establish you for a long time.
A quick rundown of the tips new producers need to know are;
- Perfect the right techniques
- Remove Distractions
- Never force yourself
- Develop a vision
- Strive for Originality
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Jegede Ohiosimuan Glory is a music enthusiast, producer, content creator, and instrumentalist. His flare and love for music have been acknowledged and endorsed by the Yallemedia Community and he, in partnership with the community is working towards helping instrumentalists and music enthusiasts worldwide. He’s also the brain behind Mad Genie beats.