Berklee Online presents
A couple of electronic dance music (EDM) production tricks that can come in handy for all types of beat driven, electronic music styles
Do remixes have a defined song structure? Yes they do, and for good reason. The object of a dance music remix is to get the song that’s been remixed played in the clubs.
tr.v. re·mixed, re·mix·ing, re·mix·es: To recombine audio tracks from a recording to produce a new or modified audio recording.
I’ve worked in a lot of DAW programs: Digital Performer, Cubase, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Live, and Reason.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve got the best gear money can buy if your studio isn’t properly set up. I can’t tell you how many home studios I’ve seen with improperly positioned monitors
It’s super easy to sidechain compress in Reason. And this is the key to producing that classic, pulsing synth pad sound you hear in dance music.
I recently had the opportunity to chat with up-and-coming electronic music producer and DJ, Lucky Date (Jordan Atkins-Loria).
After returning from summer vacation in Hawaii, I needed a little remixing exercise to get me back into a music production mood.
Here’s a common mistake I see over and over: producing and mixing a track with a gain maximizer on your mixer’s main output.
I’ve received many requests for tutorials on writing/producing a hip-hop or dance beat. In theory, this is a nice idea.