Beats

How to learn to mix beats?

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Create a beat – it is one thing, but to mix it so well to amaze and shock everyone, skillfully and qualitatively – it is pure art. The first beats I produced was on a tape recorder when I was seven years old. Then, at thirteen years old, I had already wrote music on my PC. I did not have any idea about mixing and the fact that it exists at all. Soon after listening to many tracks in a nightclub, on expensive equipment, I have noticed that they sound really bad . Just right then I began to wonder how and where to learn to mix the music professionally. I was learning alone for many years, by reading books and articles. With the help of number of experiments I have achieved noticeable improvements in the sound, but anyways I was not satisfied …

My piece of advice is simple and effective, find a specialist or school and take a few private lessons, believe me it’s worth it. I did not want to spend money , I thought everyone can mix, then I will also learn how to do it, but what i thought was wrong . It is better to pay a few hundred of bucks rather than spend months and even years for self-education. Besides this, most of self-taught people same as they did before, make the same mistakes over and over again. For the media or TV this quality is not enough anyway . The reason is not in that you do not have large and expensive studio, music masterpiece can be created even at home …

I personally vote for the high-quality production, and suggest using the services of professionals. Find people in your city, ask for their help. Be persistent, if some musicians will refuse your request, try to contact other musicians, if you seek for something you will always find it. It is also possible to carry out training in the Internet, for example in a mixing school. Of course only from experienced sound producers. Nowadays there are hundreds and thousands of musicians offering their services on the internet, but as I said, you have to filter the information and learn from the best professionals. Another useful tip is to watch video tutorials (for example Steinberg lessons) which teach how to work with sequencers, plugins, explain theories and many other things.