11 Music Production Websites Every Producer Should Read

Here are helpful music production websites that are just as great or even better than Hip Hop Makers.

Music Production Websites

Music Production Websites
  1. Audio Tuts – Learn how to record and post-produce everything music and audio with thousands of free expert tutorials.
  2. Create Digital Music – Create digital music, motion, mode, and more.
  3. Beat Mecca – Music production news, videos, and samples.
  4. Stay On Beat – The Best Music Source For Producers, Artists and Film Makers.
  5. Music Radar – Get up to the minute news and reviews for all music makers.
  6. Music Think Tank – A  blog of key thinkers in the realm of online music business.
  7. Beat Making Videos – The largest source for music making videos – interviews, studio sessions, music production, mixing, music industry, software, hardware, education.
  8. Ask Audio Mag – Ultimate daily resource covering the latest news, reviews, tutorials and interviews for digital music makers, by digital music makers.
  9. Sounds and Gear – Music production news, reviews, tutorials, and demos, on music gear, VST plugins, apps, hardware synthesizers, instrument libraries, and sample kits.
  10. How to Make Electronic Music – All about how to make electronic music and beats.
  11. Hip Hop Makers – We had to include ourselves. We have been offering free music production content for over 13 years.

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What are your favorite music production websites?

Mark V.

Written By Mark V.
Hip Hop Makers is a music production website launched in 2008 to teach music lovers how to make music, sell beats, and make money from music.


  1. This blog is not bad

  2. Ask Audio Mag is one of my favorite on where I learned a lot since the beginning of my sound-producing career.

    Thanks for the list

  3. Thanks for the New Input Guys, I appreciate your Articles :)
    Stay Grinding!

  4. My favorite on the list is the Sounds and Gear website because the guy has some decent sample chopping skills so it makes the reviews more realistic. I’m starting my own blog related to beat-making and recording but it’s very small at the moment. I’m planning on writing some more articles soon. https://currentsound.com/blog/

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