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Groove3 presents a FREE video tutorial, covering what's needed and involved to produce modern music using today's computer software and hardware. If you'e absolutely new to making music, this video gives you the important basic info and concepts, and gets you pointed in the right direction!
Groove3 presents a FREE video tutorial, covering what's needed and involved to produce modern music using today's computer software and hardware. If you're absolutely new to making music, this video gives you the important basic info and concepts, and gets you pointed in the right direction!
Dave starts out by welcoming you and then starts at the beginning with concepts, and then software and hardware requirements. Next you'll see some typical music making hardware being connected and used, followed by commonly used workflows when recording MIDI and Audio in the studio.
Dave then discusses the concept of mixing and creating a file of your musical masterpiece that you can share with the world and much more.
If you'e looking for some quick info on the wonderful world of producing beats and music, pull up a chair and check this video out. Enjoy!
Submitted 5 months ago
Inspiring kick start for any novice
With this video, newcomers will get all the initial inspiration needed to become intrigued and delve further into the vast world of music technology and the modern music-making scene. Great job.
I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound for Film/TV, Cubase
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