Just what is metadata? We’ve most certainly heard the term tossed around, though the meaning of it isn’t always clear.
Making music has long been expensive, and that’s before you even touch a microphone. But free DAWs are changing that. As they become more feature rich, free DAWs for beginners are becoming more and more professional.
There are plenty of free Kontakt libraries that can be used to expand your arsenal of sounds and effects.
These offer many different instruments, sounds, beats, and samples with dynamic controls and sound-shaping capabilities for free. These libraries are a great way to improve the creative music-making process.
Hmmm, must check out these free Kontakt libraries for myself 🙂
Believe it or not, radio remains a major force for music discovery. Is your latest track ready for the airwaves?There are written and unwritten rules of radio.
For example, there are words you cannot say on the radio. Certain artists get an exception, but you’re most likely not one of them.
In this in-depth guide, we’ll go over everything you’ll want to know get started with music production, from the tools you’ll need to the six creative steps you’ll take to make your own music.
This is definitely an in-depth guide to using a DAW and getting started with music production. This article is a great starting point for anyone interested in getting into recording music at home.
In this YouTube Shorts video, we showcase four free software instruments that you can incorporate into your productions today.
I’ve personally tried all four of these plugins and they are all GREAT (especially the hand drum).
Logic Pro is an affordable digital audio workstation (DAW) perfect for beginner and experienced musicians, while Pro Tools is a high-cost industry-standard music program best suited for recording and editing audio.
Both are extremely capable DAWs and are extensively used by music pros.
My pick would be Logic Pro but then again, I’m a Mac user and I might be a bit biased. This article thankfully goes a little deeper than my bias
Are you making music production mistakes that you may have never been aware of?