One of the most important things in music production is keeping your equipment clean and functional. Why is this so important? It’s important because you don’t want to spend a bunch of money buying new equipment because you don’t take care of your equipment right. One of the most important pieces of equipment is either your MIDI keyboard or your piano. If you take care of your keyboards and pianos right, they will be working for you for a long time.
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Using the pencil tool from the Sequencer’s menu we can turn our MIDI information into something useful in terms of using it in a Reason song. Click with the pencil tool on each MIDI channel to create a box around the data, then click the black square at the end of each to expand it to the entire sequence.
Incorporate a background music track. There are production music libraries and rights free music libraries available to you. You can also create your own music using garage band or another Pop Song writing based software. Music is to video what interior decorating is to a room.
Definitely the best part about any program is the sound bank they offer. You want a program that offers a great sound bank that has various styles of sounds so you can make various styles of music. Make sure the program contains such as horns, pianos, bass kicks, guitars, and a lot of other effects.
So with that new ‘view’ of music (and I do mean view, as it’s evolved to be more and more visual vs. audio, but that’s a whole different subject) you start to wonder. Why pay extra for that preamp, when a sound-card might be fine. Why buy even a $200 mic when a much maligned ‘Radio Shack’ microphone can be sufficient. After all, are they going to notice the difference over such a format? Well, as of today many may think that. But then, when a new Beatles CD is released (“Smile”) and Brian Wilson finishes is legendary “Smile” CD and they burn up the charts?
If you happen to purchase DUBturbo you’ll find there are a lot of features, and it’s very easy to get confused and lose interest if you’re not careful. This is where the dedication comes in, just begin playing with the software and you’ll get the hang of it before you know it. After you understand the basics, there are a lot of video tutorials on YouTube to help you out in the more advanced sections. Getting the hang of it won’t be easy, but once you fully grasp the program you’ll be thankful you started out with a more advanced program.
A perfect and defect-free software? Well, what’s wrong here is that the program can’t possibly be perfect because its average score on user reviews is only 8.9 on a scale of 1-10. Yeah, that’s all. And some users have given it just a 4 out of 5 stars only because they feared that to give it 5 stars would make it sound too good to be true. Think about that. Music Maker Pro is as close as it gets to a “perfect” music production tutorial and software program. Oh–and it’s got a 60-day money back guarantee, too.