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Designed for anyone interested in producing music on their computer, regardless of style, this course provides an overview of the wide range of tools available to the modern electronic musician. Through hands-on exercises and projects, you’ll experience the process of producing a piece of music with your computer, from developing the original musical idea through distributing a final mix. This course will teach you not only how to design and configure an electronic music studio that supports your creative goals, but also how to understand and utilize the most popular tools and techniques employed by electronic musicians. You’ll learn how to set up audio interfaces, microphones, MIDI sequencers, synthesizers, drum machines, and more to effectively create and produce your music ideas.

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Note:Music Production is a revised version of two former Berklee Online courses: Desktop Music Production for Mac and Desktop Music Production for PC. If you have already taken Desktop Music Production for Mac or Desktop Music Production for PC, please note that you will encounter similar or repeated lesson content should you choose to enroll in Music Production .

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Configure a personal production workspace and use software instruments and audio recordings to produce a piece of music
  • Understand the properties of sound and how they are represented in the analog and digital domain
  • Understand basic audio specifications used in product descriptions and use them to choose audio tools that will best match your creative needs and budget
  • Create a composite version of a performance using multiple takes understand how the MIDI protocol represents musical performances
  • Create and effectively use audio loops in a music production
  • Recognize how audio signals move within a mixer
  • Use common mixing and mastering techniques to create a stereo master audio file
  • Use cloud services for distribution and collaboration
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Syllabus

Lesson 1: Setting Up an Electronic Music Studio

  • How Will You Use Your Studio?
  • Overview of Tools Used in an Electronic Music Studio
  • The Role of Portable Hand-Held Recorders
  • Mobile Devices in Electronic Music Production
  • Building a Reason Rack
  • Configuring Controllers in Reason
  • Configuring Computer Audio in a Simple Studio
  • Home Studio Connections
  • Room Preparation and Setup
  • Speaker Placement
  • How is an Electronic Music Studio Different from a Recording Studio?

Lesson 2: Sound and Signals

  • Sound propagation
  • Sound properties
  • Decibels
  • dB - SPL
  • dB Reference Scales: dBu, dBV
  • Operating levels: +4dB, dB
  • Mic Levels
  • Balanced vs Unbalanced
  • Analog Connectors
  • Audio Specifications
  • Noise Floor
  • Signal to Noise Ratio
  • Frequency Bandwidth
  • Frequency Response
  • Distortion
  • Head Room
  • Dynamic Range
  • Studio Set-Up

Lesson 3: MIDI Sequencing

  • MIDI messages
  • Sequencing
  • The Transport
  • The Arrange Window
  • Menus and Transport Display
  • Getting Ready to Record
  • Bars, Beats, and Subdivisions
  • Metronome Settings
  • MIDI Recording
  • Record Modes: Replace and Overdub
  • Loop Recording
  • Step Recording
  • Standard MIDI files

Lesson 4: MIDI Editing

  • Editing MIDI Sequences
  • Tempo
  • Keys
  • Song Length
  • Event-Level Editing
  • Note
  • Velocity
  • Duration
  • Fixing Mistakes
  • Correcting Timing
  • Correcting Durations
  • Correcting Dynamics
  • Editing Pitch
  • Exercise: Cut/Copy/Paste
  • Reason Editing Tools
  • Quantization: grid and groove
  • MIDI Mixing and Automation

Lesson 5: Working with Synthesizers

  • Types of synthesizers
  • Synthesizer architecture
  • Audio signal path
  • Control signal path
  • Synthesizers in Reason
  • Software Synthesizers, Standalone or Plug-In

Lesson 6: Working with Time, and Tempo, and Rhythm: Drum Machines, Pattern Devices, and Loops

  • Patterns in Music
  • Creating Drum Patterns
  • Step sequencers
  • Arpeggiators
  • Defining Rhythm Loops
  • Defining Loops
  • Loops and Song Tempo
  • Adaptive Audio Changing Audio Pitch and Time
  • Loop File Formats
  • REX files, Apple Loops
  • Making and Using REX Files
  • Time Correction

Lesson 7: Audio Recording

  • Digital Audio Basics
  • Sample Rate
  • Resolution
  • File Types
  • Mass Storage Options
  • Digital Metering
  • Buffering and Latency
  • Microphone Types
  • Polar Patterns
  • Preamps and DI’s
  • Basic Mic Placement
  • Monitoring During Recording
  • File Management

Lesson 8: Digital Audio Production Techniques

  • Comparing Audio Record Modes to MIDI
  • Recording Multiple Takes
  • Basic Audio Editing Techniques
  • Comping Multiple Takes
  • Time Correcting Audio Performances

Lesson 9: Audio Editing and Processing

  • Non-Destructive Editing
  • Defining Regions
  • Editing a Song Form
  • Destructive Editing
  • Cut/Copy/Paste
  • Comping Multiple Takes
  • DSP
  • Change Gain vs. Normalize
  • Exercise: Using the Change Gain and Normalize
  • Silence
  • Using the Silence Command
  • Fade In/Out
  • Using Fades
  • Time/Pitch Correction

Lesson Mixing and Audio Effects 1

  • Reason’s SSL Style Mixer - Compare to Mixer
  • Audio Routing in Mixing
  • Insert Effects
  • Aux Send and Returns
  • Overview of Effects Types
  • Spectrum Processing: Filters
  • Dynamics processing

Lesson Mixing and Audio Effects 2

  • Time-Based Effects
  • Delay
  • Doubling/Flanging/Chorus
  • Reverb
  • Automation

Lesson Mastering, Music Distribution and Course Wrap-up

  • Audio Distribution Formats
  • Downloads
  • Streaming
  • Audio File Compression
  • Mastering
  • Mastering Tools
  • Mastering for MP3
  • Making MP3 Files
  • Distributing Audio Files Via the Web
  • Sharing Files on the Web
  • Cloud collaboration

Requirements

Prerequisites and Course-Specific Requirements 

Students should have a basic, working knowledge of rudimentary music theory and have some basic keyboard skills.

Required Textbook(s)

Software Requirements

  • Free audio-editing software Audacity
  • Reason 11 or higher (full version)

Hardware Requirements

  • MIDI keyboard controller
  • Microphone (XLR connection recommended if using audio interface)
  • USB audio interface (recommended)

After enrolling, please check the Getting Started section of your course for potential deals on required materials. Our Student Deals page also features several discounts you can take advantage of as a current student. Please contact [email protected] for any questions.


General Course Requirements

Below are the minimum requirements to access the course environment and participate in live chats. Please make sure to also check the Prerequisites and Course-Specific Requirements section above, and ensure your computer meets or exceeds the minimum system requirements for all software needed for your course. 

Mac Users

PC Users

All Users

  • Latest version of  Google Chrome
  • Zoom meeting software
  • Webcam
  • Speakers or headphones
  • External or internal microphone
  • Broadband Internet connection

Instructors

Michael Bierylo

Michael Bierylo

Author

For Michael Bierylo, teaching Music Synthesis at Berklee is just one component of an eclectic and highly creative career. From his Virtual Planet studio, he's completed film, video, and multimedia scores for clients like Hasbro Interactive, Nintendo, MSNBC, Nickelodeon, VH1, Martha Stewart Living, and Universal Studios' Islands of Adventure. He's also a guitarist, composer, programmer and sound designer for the uncategorizable new music avatars Birdsongs of the Mesozoic. His solo album Life Line earned four and a half stars from the All Music Guide, and he's a voting member of the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences.


David Mash

David Mash

Author

Author of nine books and a recognized expert on music technology, David Mash is Vice President for Information Technology at Berklee College of Music. One of Berklee's true innovators, he founded the nation's first music synthesis department, developed the Center for Technology in Music Instruction, and assisted in the design of the country's largest networked music learning facility, the Berklee Learning Center. He has also scored award-winning digital films, and appeared on such programs as Newton's Apple, CBS Evening News, Contact, and National Public Radio's All Things Considered.


Peter Bell

Peter Bell

Instructor

Peter Bell, Electronic Music and Production faculty at Berklee College of Music, is a producer, composer, and guitarist. His compositions and productions include the themes to This Old House, New Yankee Workshop, Victory Garden, the ABC After School Special, the award- winning film Radio Cape Cod, as well as countless jingles and production tracks. Peter has produced tracks featuring many world-class musicians, including Bonnie Raitt, Tracey Bonham, Livingston Taylor, Kate Taylor, Alex Taylor, Layla Hathaway, John Poussette-Dart, The New Kids On The Block, Rebecca Parris, Mick Goodrick, Mike Metheny, Mark Sandman of Morphine, Alan Estes, Patty Grifin, and others.

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He has recorded with Bonnie Raitt on Warner Brothers and the James Montgomery Band on Capricorn and Island Records, among many others. His awards include two Emmys, seven NEBA awards, and six ASCAP awards. Peter holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Composition and Arranging from Berklee College of Music and a BA in Government from Harvard University. Read Less


Anthony Schultz

Anthony Schultz

Instructor

Tony Schultz has been an audio engineer, music producer and composer for more than 28 years as owner & operator of Big T Productions in Boston. He is an assistant professor at The New England Institute of Art, where he has taught since , specializing in MIDI and Audio Technology. He has been teaching for Berklee Online since

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Tony has a bachelor’s of music degree in Music Production & Engineering from the Berklee College of Music and a master’s in Music Technology from the University of Newcastle in Callaghan, Australia. He has served three consecutive two-year terms as the chair of the Boston Section of the Audio Engineering Society and is currently serving his second two-year term as the AES VP of the Eastern Region of the US/Canada. He is also the current chair of Regions & Sections, overseeing all Pro and Student AES Sections Worldwide.

Past clients include RCA Records, Mercury Records, Virgin Records, WFNX, Filene's, Home Inc., EF Education, Schneider & Associates, Softskull Press Inc., Brand X Filmworks, Dudnyk Healthcare, Teatro de Marionettas de Venezuela, and the NAHB Production Group.

Tony has presented at a number of colleges including Berklee College of Music, Harvard University and the Royal College of Music in London.

He is a member of the Society of Professional Recording Services (SPARS), National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS), and the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers (ASCAP). Read Less


Michael Hamilton

Michael Hamilton

Instructor

Mike Hamilton has been producing, writing, recording, and performing music for over twenty years. He was a member of the late night band for the BET television show Live from LA, where he wrote and produced hip-hop pieces for guest artists such as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Warren G, Method Man, P. Diddy, and Mystical. He has produced recordings for Interscope, Island Def Jam, and BGP Records. His recordings include Heart and Soul with the Winans, Thus Spoke Z with CTI, and the solo albums Natural Attraction and Here Together. While the saxophone is his principal instrument, he also plays keyboards, bass, and drums.

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Hamilton has appeared and toured with multi-platinum recording artists such as James Brown, Tyrese, Savage Garden, Coolio, Joe, Ronny Jordan, Jonathan Butler, and Phil Perry. He has performed at the BBC London, the NFL World Bowl IX Halftime Show, the Turn Ben Stein On TV show, and the Today show. He has been featured at the Boston Globe Jazz Festival and the Santa Barbara Jazz Festival. He received his bachelor of music degree from Berklee College of Music, where he is now an assistant professor in the Contemporary Writing and Production department. Read Less


Michael Moss

Michael Moss

Instructor

Michael Moss is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music. His diverse resume includes three Grammy nominations for audio books, a prestigious Audie Award from the Audio Publishers Association, a long history as a saxophonist touring with the Cab Calloway Orchestra, extensive performances in the studio and on stage with artists such as Aretha Franklin, Gil Evans, the Four Tops, Frankie Valli, and Bo Diddley, and a Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory.

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Moss has been working with MIDI since its inception, and it is an inextricable part of his scoring work as founder and owner of Soundscape Productions, an in-demand project studio situated in 5, square feet of loft space in Boston. Soundscape Productions provides superior production and sound services for education, industry, and advertising, including big-budget clients such as Gillette, Coca-Cola, and Warner Brothers. In Soundscape produced the Grammy-nominated book-on-tape Jumanji, which was read by Robin Williams, star of the movie version of the book. In , Soundscape received two more Grammy nominations, for The Polar Express read by Liam Neeson and scored by Moss, and The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey, read by James Earl Jones. In addition, Soundscape has hosted notable authors such as Philip Roth, John Updike, documentary filmmaker Errol Morris, poet Allen Ginsberg, and comedy performer Adam Sandler. Soundscape's expertise and popularity in the field of spoken word recordings was recently heralded in a feature story by Mix Magazine.

Michael Moss' music has appeared in well over one hundred commercial audio book releases, including The Polar Express, the Christmas classic by Chris Van Allsburg. He typically starts with a MIDI score, which serves as the seed for a full orchestral recording. His current MIDI rig is comprised of fifteen hardware synthesizers and numerous software synthesizers. His distinguished career as a composer includes clients such as National Public Radio, Simon and Schuster, Gillette, and many others.

Another facet of Soundscape is the company CreateSound. CreateSound markets the Michael Moss invention Aud-eMail, an innovative Web application that allows a user to record their voice and add a library of entertaining media soundbites to create audio e-mail messages. CreateSound's clients include Paramount Pictures, Miramax films, and Twentieth Century Fox. Moss uses Reason as the software basis of work he is doing in sound installation art, as part of a collaboration with visual artist Claudia Ravaschiere. His audio work resides in the permanent collection of the Boston Children's Museum, and their latest collaboration, Precious, was the subject of an NPR story. Read Less


Carla Hassett

Carla Hassett

Instructor

Carla Hassett is a Los Angeles based singer, songwriter, producer, recording artist, session singer, and music educator. Born in São Paulo Brazil, Carla was raised in Chicago and schooled in the city’s great recording studios where she learned to be a studio rat and jingle singer. Soon after moving to Los Angeles, Carla began touring with bands like Curiosity Killed the Cat, REO Speedwagon, and artists like Billy Idol, Sergio Mendes, Christopher Cross, Cristan Castro, and actor/musician Gary Sinise. Carla has backed up soul legend Solmon Burke, and performed with Brazilian artists Flora Purim and Airto Moreira, and Faith No More’s lead singer, Mike Patton. She sang on numerous albums for artists like Gino Vannelli, Spanish rock artist Enrique Bunbury, Brazilian country music superstar Paula Fernandes, Michael Bublé, and Mike Patton. At the Latin Grammy Person of the Year Show honoring treasured Brazilian artist Caetano Veloso, Carla sang for Veloso and other artists like Natalie Cole, Nelly Furtado, Seu Jorge, Lila Downs and other Latin music superstars.

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Carla has performed on TV shows like The Tonight Show, Dante Night Show, The Grammy Awards, and Pee Wee’s Playhouse. More recently, Carla was featured soloist in the Sonorama project for Pacific Standard Time LA/LA at the Getty, The LA Tribute to Luiz Melodia, the Film Composer Collective concert at the Theatricum Botanicum for film composer Matthew Ferraro, and the rock opera Feast of Friends at the Rio Threatre in Santa Cruz. Carla sang on several feature films, including the Oscar nominated (for best original song) RIO for composers Sergio Mendes, Carlinhos Brown, and John Powell, and RIO 2 with Janelle Monae and her band. In Brazil, the song “Teu Olhar,” which Carla produced and co-wrote, became the lover’s theme song for the popular telenovela Amor e Ódio.  Back in the states, Carla sang and contracted vocal sessions for numerous Disney recordings in Portuguese and Spanish, and on countless commercial jingles. Carla sang on the pilot for the Amazon original Mozart In the Jungle, and on the Netflix original film, Like Father.

 Inspired by her work with Caetano Veloso, Carla explored tropicália and jazz for her self-produced album, +Blue (whose title, “More Blue” was inspired by Veloso’s song “A Little More Blue”). On +Blue, Carla explored the meaning of “home” and the complexities of growing up between two countries and cultures: her birthplace, Brazil, and her adopted country, the U.S. NPR featured +Blue and interviewed Carla on Weekend Edition with Linda Wertheimer.  

In , Carla released a vinyl single, Adriana, on the Burlacticus Recording Company label. Adriana, written by the great bossa nova guitarist and composer Roberto Menescal, was chosen by the label especially for Carla and her band for its exquisite groove in 5/4 meter, and intimate vocal style. During the recording session for Adriana, Carla tracked and produced an additional two songs of her own, Three Kings and Sempre Odara, which went on to win the John Lennon Songwriting Contest grand prize in jazz.

Carla graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Music Production from Berklee Online and is currently a professor of commercial music at California State University, Los Angeles. She is on the songwriting team for the children’s web series, Outta The Books, and continues to perform, write, and produce music both in-house and remotely from her studio in Los Angeles. Read Less

What's Next?

When taken for credit, Music Production can be applied towards these associated programs:

Associated Certificate Programs

Associated Degree Majors

Related Music Career Role

Employers look for skills learned in this course, when hiring for the following music career role:


Questions?

Contact our Academic Advisors by phone at BERKLEE (U.S.), (INT'L), or by email at [email protected]

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Music Production

Below are the top discussions from Reddit that mention this online Coursera specialization from Berklee College of Music.

This Specialization will give you the knowledge and tools you need to record and produce professional sounding music.

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I would recommend the free music specialization course track at coursera. Just choose to "audit" to get the entire thing for free. you just won't get graded (by a human) you will get to see how your answers are on all multiple choice stuff.

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/music-production

You only need to pay if you want a certificate and human grading your work.

>This Specialization will give you the knowledge and tools you need to record and produce professional sounding music. You will begin by developing your identity, vision, and intention as an artist and producer. Next, you will learn the technical aspects of music production, including how sound is translated into audio signals, recording techniques, and effects such as reverb, delay, and compression. You will also learn how to use the industry standard Digital Audio Workstation, Pro Tools, to create professional recordings. Finally, you will apply the knowledge and tools you gained in a culminating 4-week Capstone where you will complete a project beginning at the pre-production stage through the recording, mixing, and mastering stages.

Complete a music prod course on coursera.org It's free, and if you understand all of the teachings you are ready to move on. https://www.coursera.org/specializations/music-production

Most unis give internship opportunities. There are even sandwich-year courses - basically, one of the years (in 3 year course, usually after the 2nd year) you MUST do an internship (you still need to find it yourself, but uni gives connections/support/advice)

But that's about the only reason I would go to uni for a music course

I suggest Berklee online courses instead

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/music-production

I’d recommend Berklee’s free stuff on coursera. If you have the money, their official online production courses are really really great and really massively increased my knowledge level.

For gear start here. For an introduction to music production try this Coursera course

For more detailed answers on mics, cables, audio interfaces, speakers & stands try /r/audioengineering

As far as songwriting goes it's a mixture of lyrics and music.

For lyrics you could do worse than buy - and do the exercises in - Pat Pattison's book "Writing Better Lyrics". You'll also need to buy a rhyming dictionary - see the book for details on which one he recommends. I've used it and have zero complaints. If you don't want to spend money on a rhyming dictionary then rhymezone.com works just fine. If you want a course then Coursera have a condensed version of his book where he talks you through what to do here

For the music side of things if you don't play an instrument you're going to struggle. So learn to play piano or guitar because those are the two instruments most songwriters use to write their music on. You'll need some music theory as well - check the sidebar on /r/musictheory for recommendations. I'd also recommend "Chord Progressions for Songwriters" by Richard Scott which is a slightly more practical book than the majority of theory textbooks.

Bear in mind that most people writing songs have been playing some kind of instrument for years & learned how to write by just listening to a lot of music and picking it up as they went along. So hang onto your dream because you've got a long, long road ahead of you.

Are online courses worth looking into as a low cost in-between? What about something like the Music production specialization Certificate form Coursera? I think it costs around £ ($?).

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/music-production

https://www.coursera.org/specializations/music-production

Udemy has some good options as well.

Maybe this Coursera Specialization can help you with a general understanding of music production. I think if you take the individual courses without a certificate, it´s free (not sure, check the course details).

This course is specifically about electronic music.

Some other online courses at Udemy may be relevant as well.

Sours: https://reddsera.com/specializations/music-production/
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The Best Music Subreddits For Artists

The best music subreddits for artists are especially useful for DIY and independent musicians. Underground creatives can always use another avenue to showcase their latest work, get reactions from other musicians, and network with industry pros in general. The best subs have thousands of useful existing threads with thousands of active users posting new ones all the time.

As we said in our recent piece on the best music subreddits for underground hip hop, an insane number of people use Reddit on the regular. How many? About million people (!) which happens to be about the same number as the entire population of the USA. So it makes sense that there should be an incredible amount of information being traded there about making music, and, oh look, yes there is. With more than music subreddits altogether, there’s helpful, interesting, and even crucial information being traded there every day.

But which areas on Reddit are most useful? We've done the research and come up with the following roster.

So dig in, learn up, and by all means, get active! These Reddit musicians are helpful, knowledgeable, and even looking to collaborate. Let's see where to find them.

Best Subreddits for artists can help explain the complications in a digital audio workstation

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/audioengineering

Readers: ,

Description: "Products, practices, and stories about the profession or hobby of recording, editing, and producing audio."

The best music subreddits for artists generally fall into two categories: advice and marketing. /R/audioengineering is maybe the best of the advice subs just because so many musicians go there.

They're smart and friendly in there, and when someone suggests something others disagree with, they'll speak up. You can expect to get responses on any question you ask, especially if it's a question you couldn't have easily looked up yourself.

And they have a Tips and Tricks Tuesday feature which never disappoints.

Highlights:

What are some really poorly mixed songs that are/were popular? from r/audioengineering

I was given pro studio time for Xmas. I have zero experience. I'm excited and also terrified. Looking for some guidance. from r/audioengineering

Another Sub for Studio Questions: /r/musicproduction

Readers: 50,

Description: "A community for hobbyists, professional musicians, and enthusiasts to discuss music production-related topics, ask questions, collaborate, and share tips and tricks. Music creators from all walks of life are welcome here."

The best music subreddits for artists depend on giving out info and advice, and this is another great source for both. The questions here are similar to /r/audioengineering, but the community is smaller so people get to know you more quickly. That can make all the difference if you're looking to become a familiar face, make friends and meet collaborators. Also, people tend to talk more about matters of taste in /r/musicproduction which /r/audioengineering isn't always interested in discussing.

This sub also sports a Wednesday Feedback Thread, in which they invite you to show one of your new tracks and explain your goals for it. Then Redditors will tell you how you're doing and suggest some tweaks. Truly a great resource for DIY artists.

Young man working at his DAW

One Last Studio Subreddit: /r/AdvancedProduction

Readers: 18,

Description: "This subreddit is for producers who have progressed past an introductory level of production and wish to engage in discussion about more advanced techniques and questions."

This is the last studio suggestion we have for you.

The description says it all. If you're already kinda pro at working your home studio, the above two groups won't help you as much as this one.

If you're still pretty new to working the DAW and the sound board, this sub won't be much help. But by all means, when you're ready to ask the heavy-hitting questions, this is the place to go.

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Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/makinghiphop/

Readers: , with about online at any time

Description: “Do you dabble in making beats and wonder how they'd sound with someone rapping over them? Have you ever wanted to try your hand at rapping but don't know any quality producers? Hell, if you just want to provide input in any way, we at r/makinghiphop would appreciate it.”

The best music subreddits for artists discuss hip hop maybe more than any other kind of music. /R/makinghiphop is a powerhouse among powerhouses. In here you'll find rookies and veterans of the scene alike rubbing elbows with producers, sound engineers, beat chemists and more, not to mention people just stopping by to ask a casual question.

It boasts has this fantastic collection of resources, including a Beginners Guide for indie hip-hop imagineers just starting out. Even if you've been in the scene for a while, it's pretty great to go through /r/makinghiphop's checklist of things every artist should do. After all, they've been working at that list for some time now.

/R/makinghiphop also has a Daily Feedback Thread where you can post your latest creation and let Redditors give you applause and constructive criticism as they see fit. That's priceless.

Highlights:

Producers, What irritates you about rappers? from r/makinghiphop

Rappers: Recording at home vs studio ? from r/makinghiphop

Advice for new rappers? from r/makinghiphop

Best music subreddits for artists help even advanced producers

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/Drumkits

Readers: ,

Description: "Welcome to /r/Drumkits!"

The best music subreddits for artists list of course includes a place for both EDM and hip-hop DJs to trade their drum kits. It constantly has a problem with people uploading copyrighted sounds, though, so be sure to read their rules before posting, or they could ban you.

The great news is that lots of famous EDM producers have posted a kit or two up there. There's kinda nothing cooler than playing around with one of your favorite artist's sounds.

Highly recommended.

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/Rapverses

Readers/Writers:

Description: "A place to post verses from hip-hop songs with vivid imagery, snappy punchlines, hilarious comedy, or send a great message."

Self-explanatory. If you're a rapper or even just a songwriter, this sub is for you. Far more fun than the usual amateur poetry club online, /r/Rapverses hosts lyric-minded musicians and rap fans who both celebrate great lines they've discovered and post original rhymes to see what people think.

If you're into the writing side of hip hop, this is definitely where you should be hanging out.

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/Beatmatch

Readers: 53,

Description: "Welcome to /r/Beatmatch!"

Beatmatch deals mostly with DJing in its purest form. Come and hang out, see what beats people are matching to which samples. Make sure you read their rules page, and also make use of their Weekly Mix Thread where you can show off your most recent alchemy.

/R/Beatmatch also hosts some of the best conversations you can find about DJing on the Internet, so don't be shy with questions. Just check out the below examples.

Highlights:

Beginner DJ needing tips with beat matching from r/DJs

Where do I get music? from r/Beatmatch

What are the most important and useful techniques and skills to have as a DJ? from r/Beatmatch

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/shareyourmusic/

Readers: 18,

Description: "A subreddit for new and upcoming musicians to share their music and a place for listeners to discover, give feedback and support new bands."

The best music subreddits don't always have giant readerships, as we've seen. But /r/shareyourmusic is already super useful as a place to showcase your sounds, and it's growing fast anyhow. When this article was started in the third week of December, , it had a little over 17k readers. Today, on 1 January , it already has 18, With that kind of growth, we can expect it to top 20k by the end of the month.

It's also worth noting that there's more going on in this sub than people posting their tracks. For instance

Highlight:

In an effort to help independent musicians like you and me, I created this Spotify song submission platform for several of my playlists. Feel free to use it (free, no limits, checked every day). from r/shareyourmusic

Best Music Subreddits for Artists: /r/PromoteYourMusic/

Readers: 6,

Description: "Promote your CD, DVD, Website, Concert, Club date, Pictures of your cat. Anything to do with your career in the world of music."

This sub is much like the last one, and again, it's growing leaps and bounds, having notched readers in the last two days. When you're ready to let the world know about your music, this is another avenue. Pay attention to what the preview looks like in Reddit when you post. Posts with attractive preview images see far more activity than boring or budget-looking ones. Music promotion is one of the most important things you need to do when publishing your songs. Don't sleep on it!

The Best Music Subreddits Give You Info When You Need It

For sure, there are plenty of other subreddits about music, but these particular corners of the site have proven both helpful and friendly to today's DIY musicians.

That doesn't mean you won't find others you like more, but this list should prove very useful to the majority, and we're happy to highlight them. Just like musicians, Reddit subs have a hard time gaining a following. This modest little clutch deserves plenty of attention. Enjoy them!

Sours: https://www.octiive.com/blog/the-best-music-subreddits-for-artists-beats-production-marketing-and-more

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