Looping is a staple of the music industry. It has been a hallmark component to music production, composition, and production. Songs like Tomorrow Never Knows by The Beatles utilized looping to create the famous background sounds in the song.
So, what is looping?
Looping takes a phrase or soundbite and plays it non-stop, over and over again. Any credible digital audio workspace (DAW) will have a looping component to their software.
There is no question that everyday computer performance improves. Because this is true, computers are able to easily run most music programs. This is good news that creative artist who want to produce songs. In this article you will learn some valuable ideas that help you write some amazing songs that sound great. Cost is one consideration to look at when setting up your music studio. The good news the start up cost is fairly minimal. To get started you need a decent computer, some music production software, VST and loops. (more…)
Learn How to Use Samples to Produce Songs was last modified: October 12th, 2017 by John Pape
Honesty with your collaborator is essential. At the same time, diplomacy and tact will be critical as well. For example, when your collaborator comes up with an idea that you think stinks, it serves you no purpose to come out and bluntly say ‘That idea stinks.’ This type of brutal honesty will only serve to shut the stream of ideas down totally. Instead, try to gently let them know that while you’re not wild about that particular idea, but your eager to hear more from them.