Producer Talk: Share Good & Bad Experiences w/ Producing Music?

Producer Talk is where music producers share tips / knowledge on the topic of the week. This week please share your good and bad experiences with producing music.

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  1. I have dealt with a lot of people not really wanting to pay for beats. Which sucks, cause I have spent a lot of time getting better.

  2. I’ve learned over time that if you want to sale beats for a living you need to make relationship with artist interest you your work. The fact of the matter is everyone wants something for nothing and thats just part of the game, but if you work hard and stay firm of prices and work, the money will come.

  3. I’ve spent tons of money on trying to get my sound right instead of just learning to mix on my own I think that was one of my worst mistakes But now its seems to be a major help on getting my music out and at a fair price….!

  4. I understand that 90% of cats dont really have a budget, so I let them tell me how much they can really afford. Before I do all the work, this stops me from losing my mind.

  5. Collecting money is a skill that comes with time. I feed new clients with a long spoon, our trust system has to be grown from the bottom up. Or it’s C.O.D.

  6. THE GOOD:
    EXPRESSING MY IDEAS THROUGH INSTRUMENTATION, COMPOSITION, BEATS AND BREAKS

    THE BAD:
    I ENJOY DOING IT TOO MUCH