Friday, September 16, 2011

Electronic Music Beginner's Setup Guide

Okay, have a new page over on my new website.   It is a guide for those wanting to get started producing electronic music.  It is a bit long, let me tell you, feel no compunction to read it, but if you are just starting out, or wanted to know what it would take to get started.  Read that guide!

I'll give you a preview now:

You'll need COMPUTER --> DAW software --> AUDIO I/O --> MONITORS(speakers)

now add to that 10,000 words and you will get the picture!

Also, don't hesitate to tell a friend, +1 it, facebook it, tweet it, or write it on a note and keep it under your pillow.  Electronic Music Production beginner's setup guide.

30 comments:

  1. Might check it out, always looking for a new hobby.

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  2. Checked that out, very informational.

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  3. Awesome, thanks for this. I'll spread the word.

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  4. Great read, even though I already knew all of that, but I can attest that this is definitely worth reading if you're interested in getting started with Electronic Music Production.

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  5. keep up the good work!! It's good to see you're productive...now my main worry is, WHERE ARE ALL THE CHEST KITTENS?!?!?

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  6. Have to set those kittens free...

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  7. Was looking to get into this, thanks!

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  8. Nice, I'll try it later, when I got some time.

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  9. Anything I make will probably turn out like staticky garbage.

    Plus, no time. :P

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  10. Wow! That looks like a lot of work. Nice job, though!

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  11. i really need some decent monitors

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  12. Great Guide! +followed, come check my blog out when you get the chance! http://mightyideas.blogspot.com

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  13. I'm pretty sorted for all that, but nice guide for the noobs.

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  14. thats pretty informative thanks for sharing

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  15. I started with Fruity Loops, or something like that, but it was way too complicated for meh

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  16. thanks for this, I thought few times over it but never find the moment to learn

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  17. Interesting read! I caught this post from your title and glad that I found it! Keep up the great work with your blog and I look forward to reading your next post!

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