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Using Looping in Your Music Production

October 28th, 2019 by
Looping music production

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.

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Learn How to Use Samples to Produce Songs

March 5th, 2016 by

Sound Music Levels  - Produce songs

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…)

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    If you think that your song is ready to be brought to market but you’re not sure that you want to commit hard-earner resources just yet, you’re probably right. Wait and produce a work tape instead. A work tape is a rough demo of your song, designed to elicit feedback on the song itself. It is not a demo, and should never be used to pitch a song to an artist or label. You can do a work tape in your writing studio, as production values don’t matter anywhere near as much as they do on your demo.