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please only post tutorials that you have written yourself in here. Dont ask question on how to do things. Share your insight , tips and tricks etc.
have a rule that improve workflow and quality of the product? what was helpful for you to learn and to heed?
thx for your suggestion
There are no rules when you are in the studio. In public, and on the internet, there are rules galore. Follow them, or you'll end up on a list... a black list, a ban list, a blocked list or whatever.
I know this post was around three months ago but I'd thought I'd share.
10+1 rules in music... (the way I learned it, anyway):
1 > Listen!..to everything. Inspiration will come from anywhere at any time. If you can, carry a portable audio recorder everywhere you go.
2 > Learn basic music theory - although not essential because as the old adage states "if it sounds right, it is right" But the theory could help with movement within a piece or selecting the right key when projecting emotion whether it's happy/sad/angry.
3 > Learn to use what you have to the best of your ability - this goes for your virtual or real equipment/instruments. Become the master of your own world. Then take it further when you can afford to do so. You'll be better prepared, and more appreciative.
4 > Don't copy anyone else's sound - your work will get lost and misrepresented by what's gone before. Influence/inspiration is OK, but if you're planning to use guitar effects that sound like U2, then that's all anyone else will hear! Although sometimes, this can't be helped.
5 > Don't use someone else's music without permission. That's a whole world of $h1t you don't want to get into!
6 > Don't take credit for something which is not yours or you had no part in producing. However, if happens to you, tell the world about it!
7 > Give credit where it's due. If you do use someone else's work (with permission), give the appropriate credit and be thankful.
8 > Respect all types of music whether you're into them or not - apart from thrash metal. I have no idea why or how this genre exists.
9 > Absolutely enjoy what you do! Even if you don't. Others will hear it in your music.
10 > DO YOUR OWN THING! - be original all the way. The further outside the box you go, the further your music will go!
10+1 > Always clear your cookies after visiting websites that end in .xxx
nice . thank you pepperkayn
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