Producing Awesome Music at Home in Few Steps
In recent months we have learned all the basics of music production, publishing new lessons on a weekly basis. With classes ended, now you can get the complete guide and find out how you can learn more.
Do you want these lessons to PDF? You can download from here. Just be sure to visit the online lessons and watch videos or lose a lot!
Lesson 1: Setting the Home Studio
In our first lesson, we look at the equipment you’ll need to set up a home studio. You are not required to do so, but in choosing what is needed to record the type of music you want to do at home.
Lesson 2: Audio recording
Once the study is set at home, you have to know how to use it! This lesson will begin with the basics of recording and get used to your DAW.
Lesson 3: Using virtual instruments
You can create stunning tracks recorded with instruments, but it can do much more with virtual systems. Its application in their music that gives access to all kinds of sounds that would otherwise not blips and beeps of a whole orchestra.
Lesson 4: Mix
The hardest part of making your music sound good does a good mix. Although it will take a lot of practice to become great mix, this course covers the basics to get you started on the right foot.
These classes serve as an introduction to music production, not a full course. You will have to learn through practice, but additional resources may also help. Here are some we recommend:
- Lynda.com: Lynda offers many lessons in depth on all types of software. If you are interested in learning more about Cubase or another DAW, it is likely to have been covered. Although it costs a minimum of $ 25 per month, this is a small price to pay if you only plan to sign a month or two and get some lessons. I learned a lot by Lynda and considers it one of the best video lessons online sites.
- Secrets for mixing Small Study: Whatever software you use, the most important skill you can have is the ability to mix. This book will help you learn a whole mixture of solid skills.
- Gearslutz: When you have a question during the learning process, this forum is the place to go. Even if you do not have a question, you can learn a lot from reading what others have asked in the past.
Thanks for learning with us! If you follow these lessons and make good music, participation in the discussions below.