The Article is called Into The Machine – Studio tips from Will Putney. Will Putney is a producer and engineer who makes music. He’s been working in the industry for about 6 years. In the article he provides 3 tips in regards on how to produce music. The first tip he gives is to listen to any music you produce through more than just one source such as speakers from your studio, car, media player, etc. The second tip is to not neglect using analog devices because those are how you can create your own sounds aside from using digital devices. And the last tip is learning how the room your record in affects the way your music sounds.
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Into The Machine – Studio tips from Will Putney
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