Music Production and Getting Faster Results in A Home Studio

When you want to produce music faster in your own home studio there are a few things you need to focus on to get started and I will tell you what they are so you can begin producing music right away.

Music Production Faster


There are many things you need to know before you produce music but if you want to focus on producing music faster it is important to understand what can hold you back and I will talk about them right now.

Learn and master your existing equipment

The first thing you need to learn when you want to begin to get some good quality music production done is your equipment and how to use it. Choose the DAW software that you feel comfortable working in when you first try it and stay with that software until you have recorded at least 2 songs so you know you are happy with that software and comfortable with it. Now do whatever you can to resist any temptations to change software because you will be spending time learning new software and less time producing new music.

Even though hardware is difficult to replace it is often tempting to buy new gear that5 you think will help you in your goals in music production. Buying new gear and changing your equipment could slow you down because it could be more productive to become familiar with your existing hardware and how to use it than replacing thing with new hardware.

Learning your hardware and software and staying with your current equipment until you really outgrow things can assist you to produce music quicker without wasting time learning to use new equipment all the time.

try experimenting with DIFFERENT sounds and instruments

It's easy to get comfortable using the same drum kit and the same electric piano and the same synthesizer for every song but this becomes boring and when it comes to the creative process you just make it less interesting for people if every song sounds the same. So try different instruments different settings on the effects an experiment to be adventurous and create new sounds every time you start a new project or a new song. Doing this will help you learn to improve as an artist and keep your listeners interested.

Keep things simple

There is no reason to have a complicated music production work flow when you are starting out so try and make things simple and make life easy for yourself. You can use templates to set up tracks and associated plugins. You can fast track your effect plugin usage by using presets which you can then modify to give you the uniqueness required for your current project.