I was told I need to find my sound. It got me thinking. What is my sound. I am struggling to know if it matters and to obtain my sound. I like many things and therefore my tracks are kind of all over. Is that an issue?
You can do that, but either way I think you will still show regardless of what you actually produce. You could go from, say, super-hyped up pop to mellow R&B, but whatever you make in those genres will have enough in common to show that these are your productions and no one else's.I wonder if using two names is worth it then. One I can do trance and the other I can make w/e. I like trance for the sounds not because I think ill be rich. I like other stuff because it teaches me how to be a better producer, I need both
m8, I have like 6 aliases.I wonder if using two names is worth it then. One I can do trance and the other I can make w/e. I like trance for the sounds not because I think ill be rich. I like other stuff because it teaches me how to be a better producer, I need both
I am thinking alias isnt a terrible ideam8, I have like 6 aliases.
as for uniqueness, You and your brain are already unique, That being said what helps me "distinct" among which is my own (unique) set of instruments.
so plugins and hardware that, complimentairy to the more common stuff, add to my "own" sound.
Correct. You're better off making more music.I have learned a lot from forums and discords... I think I wont need them very soon. I really dont know of anyone thats doing major things sitting in forums. I could be wrong, but its my observation.
When I started and sold my lawn biz, I never went to forums. I may have taken the wrong approach in music. Lessons are lessons