Most of the people think that music production is the fun yet creative activity to work on, but it has pretty steep learning curves and requires a lot of effort and hard work to go from beginners levels to a released artist as every discipline involves some level of skills, patience and practice to be an expert. One can always learn and get assistance from the experienced people to make progress. With this mindset, I would like to present few music production tips, which you’d wish that you knew when you started out your journey in the music production

Invest In Studio Monitors:

Obviously, when you first start out, you badly need a decent pair of headphones to listen to your first made tracks properly and don’t miss out on any detail that will sound awful when played on the sound system. Many people spent years using cheap computers when they first start out, and they fail to manage to make their tracks sound good.

This happens because of different speakers presenting different frequency responses, in order to triumph over all in one, you should invest in speakers that will present with clean and balanced sound. To get these things you don’t have to break the bank, look around for some better deals on these studio monitors.

All the Gear but No Idea!

Believe me! You don’t need many expensive types of equipment in order to make great music and in most of the cases have so much stuff will become a hindrance in your way to producing great music. As the abundance of potential might suppress your creativity and it will cause a lot of distraction on your way to explore new possibilities within your music.

If you have a core range tools that you can use them properly, it will be better for you. Regardless of all the today’s modern production services, unless you know are aware of how these things work and how to put it all of your stuff together, you’ll just end up being like a kid pushing all those shiny buttons for no actual purpose.

Play To Your Strengths’ and Work on Your Weaknesses:

After years of the keyboard or piano lessons, I think it’s time to switch to electronic music productions finally. All you need to do is store the old keyboard away while dive headfirst into the DAW, only to realize later that your dexterity on the keys would come in handy no matter what genre you are composing.  The same rule applies on to the guitarists, singers, best wedding band , or to even non-musicians as there are always some exiting skills and strength you can show up that it will assist your progress as a producer.  On the other hand, you should be well aware of your weaknesses and always work on overcoming them and shape yourself as a “Production tool” as you go.

Less Is More – Don’t Overload Your Track With Ideas:

At first, when you start making tunes, you won’t be the world beaters straight from the get-go and will feel desperately lacking behind in comparison to your favorite music list. Prevent yourself from falling into the trap of believing that the reason behind your tracks lacked ideas, proceeding to pile even more melody, synchronization, and rhythm into your productions. Even after adding as much as you could add to your music but still finding something missing in it is because you should work on the strong idea for a track to work on. Continue to look back on, where your track lacked, as sometime your track might lose sonic balance- if the levels between all the elements were not on the right position and the parts that should be cut through didn’t sound well enough, it time to think about the tweaks you can make to things like EQ, Structuring first and volume, etc., before noticing another issue into your session.

If You’re Unsure About An Element, Get Rid Of It!

Every element that your track possesses should have a reason for its existence because adding or eliminating an element in the track will make your track feel incomplete. According to the point above, the temptation to add elements into it will simply fill the gaps that will make your music strong; however, it’s quite important to make a point of difference between something that your track needed and something you’re adding in it for making it flawless.

Always make sure of that whether you need the element in your track or not, if you are 100% sure that what is necessary and what is not you are growing to become a great music producer. Continue to work on your tracks until you are sure of its perfection.