what tools do you have to produce own music

by nanggun212 - 07-05-2020, 11:50 AM
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Posted: 07-05-2020, 11:50 AM
Do you have idea what tools of music like, mic, amp, mixer, software, ect to be produce nice music
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Posted: 07-05-2020, 12:05 PM
FL Studio (win) if you are a mac user i sugg you Ableton live'! i have a friend of mine whos using them.. check adobe audition it might helps you as well.
PS: you can find some FL Studio Studio on torrent websites, just as a start don't waste your money on it. download it for free and if you like it. buy it.
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Posted: 17-05-2020, 07:46 AM
Fl 20 studio, I tried this one program called arcade. It's like a loop plugin. It's pretty dope
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Posted: 17-05-2020, 08:13 AM
Cubase refers to a family of musical sequencers produced by the German company Steinberg Media Technologies. This software succeeded the series of sequencers 'Pro' started on C64 to end with PRO-24 III on Atari. The first versions of Cubase appeared on Atari then Mac and Windows.
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Posted: 17-05-2020, 08:25 AM
I guess that fl studio is the best one. I've been using that soft for about 4 years and I can tell you that's the best.
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Posted: 17-05-2020, 08:43 AM
(07-05-2020, 11:50 AM)nanggun212 Wrote: Do you have idea what tools of music like, mic, amp, mixer, software, ect to be produce nice music

All of this applies to my experience (as a hobby) on Windows:

Honestly, when it comes to producing "nice" music, it's less on what DAW you use and more of how effectively you can use a DAW.

Though for DAW recommendations, I think FL Studio is a great program for those learning to produce music. The UI is very easy to navigate through and is self-explanatory. If anything, a YouTube tutorial or a quick Google search will help.
Ableton also looks pretty nice.. but fruity gang  UltraLUL

You may only need some sort of DAW plus a few VSTs if you plan on making digital music. It helps if you do buy a decent MIDI Keyboard though. It's way easier to input notes by hand.

You can either get free VSTS or pay for them (or also pirate them lol).
Paid VSTs are generally expensive so you can rent them monthly here: Splice
If you're looking for soft instrumental VSTs, then these ones might be good.

I haven't really found any way to rent a DAW, so you either buy them, pirate them, or find a free DAW that you like.

Anyway, I wish you good luck with producing music! Hopefully some of this helped lol
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Posted: 17-01-2021, 02:15 PM
Is the casio k1 any good to use as a midi?!
Ive been trying to start learning music and one of my friends is selling me one for very cheap but I dont know if its any good.
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Posted: 17-01-2021, 07:00 PM
FL studio friend, are not better than this for microsoft window 10. Program easy use, easy ui, easy music making BEAUTIFUL! Hope this help, friend, good day.
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Posted: 18-01-2021, 02:47 AM
I use Ableton coopled with guitar rig 6 for my guitar to simulate multiple amp and a decent midi keyboard !
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Posted: 18-01-2021, 03:55 AM
I've stuck with Garage Band for ages since I usually use a Mac for music
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