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    It really would depend on who was making music production tutorials and on what subject.


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    Definitely would be interested in seeing this. Quite specialised tutorials would be cool too, as opposed to the general 'how to use reverb' kind of stuff... however if it was a specialised reverb tut that would also be quite cool. Early reflections, pre delay, late reflections, room size, room type and how they all effect how a room is perceived. Theres a distinct lack of places where such good tutorials like that could be found... if there isn't point them out to me

    Some on better/more diverse songwriting would be nice and I don't see DAW types making a massive difference unless it was special features of the DAW since they all cross over so much.

    Just my brief thoughts, man flu.

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    1. What do you do/what's your interest (i.e. DJ, Producer, Musician, etc.) and how much experience in that field do you have?
    I am a musician and composer ('songwriter' and 'producer' are titles that describe other facets of what I do, but not my focus). I have been playing for 15 years. I also design instruments (both software and hardware) installations, etc. I like recordings but there is nothing like a live performance.

    2. Would you like DJTT to create more segments and articles focused music production and songwriting?
    (as opposed to focusing on Djing and performance advice.)
    Yes - these things are at the heart of music creation.

    2. If so, is there any specific aspect of music production and songwriting you'd like to learn more about?
    (i.e. Mixing, mastering, how to write good hooks and catchy tunes, EQing, how to get started.)
    I would probably skip anything pertaining to mixing, mastering, EQing, etc but would love to see anything I've never seen before in terms of production / music creating. (I explain a bit below in #4)

    3. If you're a producer, what DAW do you use?
    I use Ableton Suite, but also have Pro Tools, Logic, and others.

    4. Any other ideas you'd like to express? What can we do to help engage you and help you learn more about the world of music production?
    I come here for the more experimental, extreme, and fringe content. The innovations in controllerism are very exiting to follow, and this has become a home to great, sometimes definitive mappings, as well as to people with interesting or extreme methods/approaches/setups that I might not find in the wild. I particularly like some of Mad Zach's content, like the intermittent turntable scratching thing and his explanation of his approach to playing pads (or buttons). I would be happy to contribute, as always.

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    Where's the survey?
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    1. What do you do/what's your interest (i.e. DJ, Producer, Musician, etc.) and how much experience in that field do you have?
    Musician for 15 years, producer for 4 years and Dj for a couple of months

    2. Would you like DJTT to create more segments and articles focused music production and songwriting?
    (as opposed to focusing on Djing and performance advice.)
    YES

    2. If so, is there any specific aspect of music production and songwriting you'd like to learn more about?
    (i.e. Mixing, mastering, how to write good hooks and catchy tunes, EQing, how to get started.)

    Mixing and Mastering.

    3. If you're a producer, what DAW do you use?
    Logic Pro

    4. Any other ideas you'd like to express? What can we do to help engage you and help you learn more about the world of music production?

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