Quality Music Software

If you are looking for electronic music software to start creating your very own beats and melodies then you have arrived at the right place, because today in this article we are going to go over some of the essential things you need to know for selecting the best electronic music software online.

While it is true there are many electronic music software programs online, you always need to make sure that the applications you are using are of the highest quality standards possible, so always make sure that the electronic music software you decide to use contains the following features.

* Industry standard 44.1.wav audio files and sounds.
* Full drum editor with custom keyboard triggers.
* Multi octave keyboard sampler with custom sounds.
* Large virtual instrument library with importing capabilities.
* Interactive video tutorials and learning resources.

One of the most important things you need to understand if you have just started out using electronic music software to create your music, is that if you take the time to properly educate yourself about all the basic elements of music production you will put yourself in a much better position to create good music and give yourself skills and abilities you can continue to use throughout your entire electronic music software production career…

With that in mind it’s always a good idea to reach out to other musicians on internet message boards and social networking websites like Twitter and Facebook because this will allow you to interact with others using electronic music software to create songs and you can then get answers to any questions you might have from people with experience in the music industry.

When you first start creating your beats, keep things simple to begin with, don’t start using your electronic music software and throw all your energy into trying to create the best song on earth, that’s a recipe for disaster, instead take the time to focus on quality over complexity and you will attain faster, better results.

There is never any substitute for quality and this is especially true of electronic music software so with this in mind it is essential that you always make sure that any audio or patch samples you are using to create your music with are fully stereo imaged in 44.1.wav audio format so that your beats and melodies always come out sounding crisp and slick…

While mixing your final version down to mp3 quality is perfectly fine, during the production process you want to use.wav files because they offer you more dynamic range, all audio files lose a significant amount of quality when compressed to mp3 and while this is fine for a final mix, if you actually produce with it, you will end up having a piece of audio that is half the quality of everyone else, so always make sure your electronic music software provides industry standard audio.

If the electronic music software you are using gives you the ability to use a keyboard sampler, then you should take advantage of the opportunity to experiment with as many different virtual instrument samples as you can, because often this will allow you to gain access to a wider range of instruments then you might have otherwise been able to use and because of this you can produce more interesting music with your electronic music software.

If you are looking to obtain additional beats and virtual instruments then take a look around the internet for digital music production resource websites as these always provide royalty free sounds and files that you can easily import into your program and start to use within a matter of minutes.

“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy.Music is the electrical soil in which the spirit lives, thinks and invents.”- Ludwig van Beethoven.

By BPM Recordz

Comments
  1. Janice Molina|22:04, 15. July, 2013 Reply

    This is a big fat no! Most music producing software packages use crap quality synths and beats which massively reduce the quality of the music you can produce. No record company will even return your calls if all you can produce is mp3 quality music. You need to be working with stereo, and luckily there is one that uses this.

  2. Chris|1:51, 16. July, 2013 Reply

    this blog is ONLY a guideline, all DAWs allow the exporting of Master wav files in 16 bit 44100 hz which is industry standard for marketing across digital store platforms.While most record labels such as this one I own WILL NOT accept Master wavs unless a contract is signed 320 kbps mp3 are the only files we will accept in demo format without a signed contract.

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