Any Tips and Advice to get into Making Your own Tracks?
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    Default Any Tips and Advice to get into Making Your own Tracks?

    I couldn't find any threads on this..there may be a lot, I would assume so..

    But would anyone help me by giving me some advice and the right direction to go in if I want to start making my own tracks. I have FL Studio 10: Producer Edition and have been watching tutorials like crazy. Is this the right program to be looking in?

    Eventually I want to make my own tracks and mix them as well as make remixes, instead of just playing/mixing the top house/trance/whatever songs of today.

    Thank you!
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    Someone has gotta have some valuable information for me to get me starting in producing ..

    sorry for the early bump!

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    Dunno where you are from, but there is an institute in Liverpool called SAE that give you courses on electronic music production. I haven't attended myself though, I'm already in university all week and work on the weekends, so I don't get much free time, but it's supposed to be good.
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    Any DAW that fits your workflow is the proper program, there are not right or wrongs here. I have a "non academic" approach on learning to write songs. Basically read some music theory to get your basics and then just play with the program, either by trying to replicate a song you like or just building things from scratch.

    This will also come in handy when you get stuck

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_JRe...cbRVAAAAAAAABg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonsOwn View Post
    I couldn't find any threads on this..
    www.djtechtools.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=24

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    How i got in to it

    -Got ableton
    -spent 3 year dicking around until the program made sense and my music sounded professional.

    The ENTIRE story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feelthecisuM View Post
    How i got in to it

    -Got ableton
    -spent 3 year dicking around until the program made sense and my music sounded professional.

    The ENTIRE story.
    This. Just start.

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    I didn't know if I was using the right kind of software or not. Tha0nk you




    Wow...I completely missed that.

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    There are tons of informative videos on YouTube.

    www(dot)zipDJ(dot)com

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