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AudioSkills.com 121 Music Production Tips from the Experts Features thenewbeatmaker.com

A Must-Read for Music Making Beginners, with Contributions from Myself!

TL:DR Click Here: https://audioskills.com/tips/music-production/

Many thanks to the good people over at audioskills.com who just included myself in their fantastic '121 Music Production Tips from the Experts'


To go straight to '121 Music Production Tips from the Experts': https://audioskills.com/tips/music-production/

Here's what Scott Hawksworth of audioskills.com had to say about the feature:

We surveyed 45 expert music producers in search of the best tips… and the response we got was incredible. Our panel sent us hundreds of music production tips!
The toughest part was narrowing them down to only 121, and then organizing the tips into the sections you see below. (Actually, we received so many awesome tips, we were able to create “bonus” articles for the experts’ music production plugin recommendations, their best synthesis and sound design tips, and their best drum programming and beat making tips.)
Thanks again to all of the experts who contributed… and thank you for reading. Whether you’re a professional music producer or a complete newbie, we’re confident you can find something below to immediately apply to your own music.
Cheers!
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Scott Hawksworth
Founder, AudioSkills
Many thanks to Scott, the pleasure and honour is all mine.

Check out the feature and let me know your favourite tip - and what would be yours - over at https://www.facebook.com/thenewbeatmaker/

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