How To Become The Best Music Producer


The important element is that you have the passion and we have done the research for you to find the best way for you to hone in on your desires to be a music producer. We have found the most efficient tool for you to learn and prefect your abilities to produce BEATS, make INSTRUMENTALS, compose MUSIC, professional engineering and play different instruments.

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The Ultimate Musicians Package


You’ve got to understand one important aspect about the Music Business… Most of today’s famous musicians started from the BOTTOM and worked their way UP. You may in face be a very talented young music artist, but you surely might be missing the right knowledge, skills, and know-how’s of the music industry. This is something that does NOT come with talent. This is something that is acquired by learning.

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Masters of Songwriting


Have you ever wondered why some songwriters make a fortune, while others make nothing? First, go through all of the songs you’ve ever written and ask yourself this simple question. How much have I earned on each one? $500,000? $100,000? How about $250? Maybe $25? Nothing?! I wouldn’t mind betting some of your songs are better than good. Some even outstanding with gut wrenching lyrics, and beautifully complimented melodies and chord structures so nicely arranged they could easily better the most successful earning songs out there today – and yet haven’t earned you a red cent. Why?? How come?? Where did it all go wrong??

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Music Contracts & Royalties Defined


Artists often wonder how their royalties are going to be computed when they sign music contracts. This is truly an important question because basically determines how much money is going to end up in their pockets. Recording contracts are meticulous and somewhat confusing so I will try to explain royalties to you as simple as possible. A band or artist’s royalties are totaled as a percentage of the “suggested retail list price” for the total number of records sold. A general percentage that most artists will find in their music business contracts is anywhere from 7% to 16%. This will obviously depend on who you are and what the expectations are for your record sales.

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Self Promote Your Music


Unless you have major label money behind you, the ability to self promote your music is one of the most important skills you can have. When you don’t have money to hire PR people to run media campaigns for you, it is up to you to make sure people know about the music you are making. Getting started can be a little overwhelming, however. These steps will help you start out on the right foot, to make sure all of the right people are standing up and taking notice of you. When you set out to promote your music, don’t try to cover too much ground at once. Look at the way larger artists are promoted – they have specific campaigns that promote specific things, like a new album or a tour.

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Rap Beats & Your Career As A Rap Artist


In order to use the proper rap beats to help you as an artist, you should first understand the role that a rap beat plays in your songs. The rap instrumental is like a color on a paint artist’s palette. It is one of the elements that is important in filling up the empty space in the background of the painting. Think of the beat as the sky and trees in the distance of a painting. You as the rapper, are the main focal point of the painting. You are the house, boat, person, or whatever is the most prominently displayed image in the painting, and the beat is the background that helps the main image stand out.

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