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- Windows or Mac for Music Production
- Best Music Production Software
- Favorite Music Producer
- How Long Do You Spend Making a Beat?
- How Many Beats Do You Make Per Week?
- Do You Have a Music Producer Name?
- How Many Hours Per Day Do You Work on Music?
- What is Your Favorite Akai MPC
- What is Your Biggest Problem as a Music Producer
- Do You Sample?
- Do You Make Music Full Time?
- Samples vs. VST Plugins vs. Reason Refills
- Do You Own an Akai MPC?
- How Many Records Do You Own?
- What Type of Music Do You Make?
- Do You Sell Beats Online?
- How Many Beats Have You Sold in the Last 3 Months?
- Do You Own Beats by Dre Headphones?
- Guitar Center vs. Sam Ash
- Do You Use Autotune?
- Which Are You: Music Producer or Music Artist?
- What Do You Want More of On This Site?
- Top Voted Music Keyboard Brand
- Are You Using Live Instruments?
- Do You Make Beat Making Videos?
- Do You Provide Hooks With Beats?
- Do You Make Beat CDs to Promote Beats?
- Do You Attend Music Producer Conferences?
- Do You Blog to Market Beats
Windows or Mac for Music Production
Both Windows and Macs are popular for music production.
Best Music Production Software
Related: FL Studio Tutorials / Reason Tutorials
Favorite Music Producer
Dr. Dre is rated the top-rated Hip Hop music producer.
How Long Do You Spend Making a Beat?
The average music producer spends 5 or more hours on each beat.
How Many Beats Do You Make Per Week?
The average music producer makes 1 to 2 beats per week.
Do You Have a Music Producer Name?
Related: How to Create a Music Producer Name
How Many Hours Per Day Do You Work on Music?
Related: How to Become a Better Music Producer
What is Your Favorite Akai MPC
The Akai MPC 2000 XL is the top-rated MPC.
What is Your Biggest Problem as a Music Producer
The most common issue for producers is “Getting their music heard”.
Article: 50 Tips on How to Market Beats
Do You Sample?
Related: Free Music Samples
Do You Make Music Full Time?
Only 18% of website visitors make music full-time.
Samples vs. VST Plugins vs. Reason Refills
Related: Free VST Plugins
Do You Own an Akai MPC?
61% of voters own an MPC drum machine.
How Many Records Do You Own?
32% of voters own over 500 records.
What Type of Music Do You Make?
Do You Sell Beats Online?
Related: How to Sell Beats Online
How Many Beats Have You Sold in the Last 3 Months?
Do You Own Beats by Dre Headphones?
Guitar Center vs. Sam Ash
Guitar Center is the most popular place for music equipment.
Do You Use Autotune?
Related: 18 Free Autotune VST Plugins
Which Are You: Music Producer or Music Artist?
What Do You Want More of On This Site?
Top Voted Music Keyboard Brand
Are You Using Live Instruments?
Do You Make Beat Making Videos?
Do You Provide Hooks With Beats?
Do You Make Beat CDs to Promote Beats?
Do You Attend Music Producer Conferences?
Do You Blog to Market Beats
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No I don’t actually use headphones to produce I use headphones only to watch some significant details for my mastering like everybody I believe do. But beats by dre headphones are really cool and best for the specific job for me …and I think it’s not just me believing this ;)
Wait, 84% don’t attend conferences? So, who attends them, then? Also, 55% own iPads but 63% use PC over Mac to make music? Wow.
Does making a beat mean composing the basis, the full song, or all of that and mixing?
Presonus Studio One is super intuitive. I was a Logic/ Reason user but gotta copy of SO & amazed at how the interface is easy to understand as it speeds up my workflow whether recording, producing or mixing.
I stratted on the 2k classic and have Maschine studio. Now I love maschine but if I have to work and something is going on with my computer it’s nice to have hardware. I sold my 2k but now I have a 4K in the mail. I used my friends 4K years ago and it’s just cool and quick at everything. Plus the fact it has 24 bit I don’t have to process any sounds I’ve bought that came 24. To me Maschine studio and 4K are pretty much the same especially how I use them because I don’t loop I’ll save chords and notes and build my own instruments out of old $50 keyboards and records and put everything together inside the box whether it’s an MP or Maschine. That way I have quality sounds ready to go. The jjos Mpcs are cool but the 4K is to the point. The 5k is dope but the 4is actually easier to get around with.
Reason is the king of daw. I love reason. Thanks!
I go with PC mainly for the performance you get per buck… If money ain’t an issue go the Apple route. I have a MacBook, building a PC desktop…