Advice on becoming a music producer

Becoming a music producer is a challenging endeavor. There are a lot of things to learn and understand. So in this article, the mastering engineer EKmixmaster will share with you some tips and tricks you can use to make this process a little bit easier.


Find your reason

The first thing that can make your life easier is finding your reason to do music. Let’s be clear from the very beginning, if you are in it for money, you might as well quit now because you won’t be successful if your primary goal is money. You can also quit if you don’t feel any passion for music and do it just because it is cool. But if it brings you pure joy and bliss, then you have all the tools to become a great producer and to turn your hobby into a career. You see, production is hard to learn, and if you don’t have the sense of curiosity and wonder at the beginning you are likely to give it up. This is why it is so important to be genuinely interested in music.


Copy to learn 

All great artists start by copying the masters. When we copy, we start understanding the principles and can implement them into our work. So copying is an essential part of the learning process but be mindful of the fact that you won’t be able to publish this work. After all, we all strive to be original and creative. So to achieve success, you need to come up with new and fresh ideas.


Start learning music theory

There is a wide range of opinions on this topic, but most producers agree that learning some music theory will do you only good. It’s important to know what key you are in, how to build chords, how to inverse them, so the very basics of music theory are a must.


Don’t waste your time looking for a manager

Many beginners ask how they can find a manager, but the answer to this question depends on so many things that it is hard to answer in general. The best thing you can do for yourself and your career is to focus on your songs and your skill. We think that the best way to do it is to become so big that they won’t be able to ignore you. Your skill always comes first. Work on your skills, and managers will find you themselves.


Always rely on yourself

The truth is, even if you have the best team, there are many things you have to do yourself. Especially if you are just starting and you don’t have a team. You are the manager, the lawyer, the recording engineer, and sometimes even the artist. It’s good to be fully self-sufficient because you won’t rely on other people in case of an emergency. It can boost your professionalism. Be grateful. When someone helps you or does you a favor, always be grateful to them and show that you appreciate it. The music industry is run by people. If you are arrogant and unlikeable, you won’t get too far. Don’t let your success get to you, stay humble and grounded. Always remind yourself where you come from, and if possible return the favor to people who helped you along the way. And last but not least, find what makes you unique. Doing that will set you apart from others and will help you stop comparing yourself to other music producers.

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