12 Music Production Blogs Every Music Maker Should Follow

Music Production Blogs

Here are 12 helpful music production blogs that are just as great or even better than Hip Hop Makers.

Music Production Blogs

  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. NODFACTOR – The other side of tracks.
  4. Beat Mecca – Music production news, videos, and samples.
  5. Stay On Beat – The Best Music Source For Producers, Artists and Film Makers.
  6. Music Radar – Get up to the minute news and reviews for all music makers.
  7. Music Think Tank – A  blog of key thinkers in the realm of online music business.
  8. Beat Making Videos – The largest source for music making videos – interviews, studio sessions, music production, mixing, music industry, software, hardware, education.
  9. Ask Audio Mag – Ultimate daily resource covering the latest news, reviews, tutorials and interviews for digital music makers, by digital music makers.
  10. Sounds and Gear – Music production news, reviews, tutorials, and demos, on music gear, VST plugins, apps, hardware synthesizers, instrument libraries, and sample kits.
  11. How to Make Electronic Music – All about how to make electronic music and beats
  12. Track Hustle – Network of music producers, recording artists, music executives, record labels, and music fans.

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  1. I would replace Music Think Tank with “http://www.audiblehype.com” (Justin Boland’s comments on MTT were more insightful than any article on MTT.) and AudioTuts with your site man! HipHopMakers.com!

  2. for tons of free drums and sound packs. helped me out big time when i first got fl studio.

  3. I’ve got one! Moderndaymusician.com They’ve got like everything. The artist showcase is especially cool

  4. Nice one, I follow most of them, another great resource for free music software is

    check it out!

  5. Hello there, I ‘ve started a blog where I put mixing/mastering and music production tips for Free. I will never sell any lessons cause I love helping out people create better sounding music.

    So if you wish accept my comment or if you find my blog useful feel free to add it to your list :)

    Thanks!

  6. hey thanks for sharing these sites. I really found the great hip hop songs that was i looking for. I am big music lover and got advantage of free music downloading. I also have huge collection of latest and old songs.

  7. Congratulations on having 1 of the most sophisticated blogs I’ve come throughout in some time! Its just incredible how much you can take away from something simply because of how visually beautiful it’s! You’ve put with each other a great blog space –great graphics, videos, layout. This is absolutely a must-see weblog!This site published lot of music production sites.Thanks……………….!

  8. Hi there, this is a great list! We represent music producers and help them license their music to advertising companies and video makers worldwide. Many producers are still missing this chance, in a rapidly expanding new markeplace – music liensing for new media. Podcasts, Videos, Mobile Apps, Ads need licensed music and music producers should always be involved in this industry by participating in music libraries.

    Some libraries to submit music here:

    http://www.themusicase.com,
    http://audiojungle.net/,
    http://www.premiumbeat.com/

    Hope this helps!

    Cheers

  9. As a subscriber to your fab blog I want to let you know that I collate a lot of free packs of samples and presets for instruments here at
    Keep on keeping on!

    Thanks for sharing these blogs here.

    James

  10. If anyone’s looking for some awesome podcast there’s one called YPG podcast. They have Abelton’s CEO and Jerome Potter who worked with Kayne on the Life of Pablo. Great podcast for aspiring producers.Here’s the link if anyone wants to check it out https://soundcloud.com/ypgpodcast