So I decided to scratch my own itch and produce music. I’ve been bickering about the innovative things producers can do with the dubstep genre because I’m tired of hearing the same wobbles or the same skrilly-esque sounds in tracks that are released these days.
WE NEED MORE INNOVATION!!! I’m most likely going to branch off from dubstep, actually, I don’t even know what kind of genre I’m going to delving into, MAKE MUSIC, NOT GENRE!!! I’m just going to concentrate on producing music that I like the sound of. I want to incorporate a lot of orchestral strings in it. I have this strong attachment to classical strings such as the violin and cellos along with traditional oriental strings out of all of those strings I’ve personally only played the zither. I’m thinking of asking my mother to buy me a zither once she’s in Vietnam so that I can sample sounds off of that!
I’m going to be so addicted to sampling!!! It’d probably be my forte because I usually always pick out certain sounds and particular but subtle quirks that I like in songs that I listen!
Ahhh! I found this video of Rusko talking about his production process and he touches up on some VERY KEY elements and tips that give his tunes a BADA-BING-BADA-BOOM!!
I need to remind myself that I have to be patient and keep on learning how to use programs. I should not give up feel frustrated just because I am not able to figure out the program right away!
YOU CAN DO THIS DAN TAM. YOU CAN FREAKING DO IT.
YOU’RE GOING TO DO IT. AND YOU’RE GOING TO PRODUCE SOMETHING SICK (for a person just learning) BY THE END OF THIS WEEKEND. YES………….? YES!