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  • Setting up a home recording studio is easy and affordable (if you have a tight budget) but there are some things that must be done in preparation, so you build a home studio that’s efficient and professional.

    How to Set Up a Simple Recording Studio at Home

    How to Set Up a Simple Recording Studio at Home

    by viryabo14

  • Which Application is better? Fl Studio 11 Or Reason 7. People argue about these programs all the time. I'm here to set it straight, supplying only facts!

    Is FL Studio 11 Better Than Reason 7?

    Is FL Studio 11 Better Than Reason 7?

    by Ghost Producer55

  • How to remove noise from audio? When you write a song part or record audio, it can be really great. But, sometimes it is ruined by background noise. This especially happens after normalizing audio.

    How to Remove Background Noise From Any Audio

    How to Remove Background Noise From Any Audio

    by Tyler Bracken1

  • How do you set words to music? Find out where to start and how to turn any lyrics into a song.

    How to Set Words to Music

    How to Set Words to Music

    by JohnMello23

  • Want to write your own jazz music? Here's a technique you can use that'll do the job nicely.

    How to Write Jazz Music

    How to Write Jazz Music

    by JohnMello5

  • Taking your band to the next level is the goal of many aspiring artist, but just how do you get a record deal? It's a little tricky, but these seven tips should put you on the right path.

    How to Get a Record Deal: 7 Simple Tips

    How to Get a Record Deal: 7 Simple Tips

    by Robert P Sullivan1

  • If you've ever wondered how to make a remix of your own, I explain how to do it in 3 easy steps. The topic is huge, so I've tried to keep it as simple as possible with live examples.

    How to Remix a Song in Three Easy Steps

    How to Remix a Song in Three Easy Steps

    by purex23

  • When producing music especially for the hip hop genre there are two common ways to go about it. One is to use the traditional MPC, and another is to use DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)

    MPC vs Digital Audio Workstation

    MPC vs Digital Audio Workstation

    by Hezekiah5

  • Want to know how to write ragtime music for the piano? One way to do it is to base your work on an existing melody or part of an existing melody. Can you guess which one I used?

    How to Write Ragtime Music on the Piano

    How to Write Ragtime Music on the Piano

    by JohnMello4

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