Music Production Tips: Level Up Your Productions

Welcome Fellow Musician!

As producers, we are always looking for some valuable music production tips that inspire us and take our existing skills to the next level. In this section of my blog, I am constantly releasing some helpful articles that will help you to level up your future productions. Have fun!

What to expect?

If you want to become a professional music producer or want to expand your existing knowledge, you have probably searched for some music production courses or schools online, to make a living from your passion.

The problem is: A certain degree or certificate isn’t always a guarantee for getting a job in audio production. Especially in such a competitive field as the music industry.

Besides, a lot of valuable information is available for free on the internet. (Including this site) In this section of my blog, I am releasing some articles that cover different topics from sound design essentials to some specific techniques for individual mixing situations.

Latest Articles

This is a little selection of my latest articles. If you would like to have a look at all of my current articles in this category, feel free to jump directly to the “all articles” section.

All Articles

Here is a list of all articles that I have written. I try to cover any topic from tips for a better arrangement to some techniques to improve your existing sound designing skills. If you enjoy the content that I have produced so far, make sure to follow me on social media to get updates about my upcoming projects. 

Music Production In General

Learning the different elements of audio production can be pretty exciting, but also exhausting as well.

After being a beatmaker for around 6 years, I was constantly confronted with all the ups and downs we all have to go through when we want to become better at our craft – and I’m still learning every day.

Eventually, you know the feeling when you work on a song for about 1-2 weeks, show it to your friends, and tell you that they don’t like it or don’t even show any reaction.

So the most essential of any of my music production tips is: Be passionate about what you do, keep learning new stuff constantly, and most important: never give up.

Music Production Career Outlook

As mentioned before, getting a degree from some kind of music production school isn’t always the key to becoming a professional audio engineer and can also be pretty expensive.

The truth is: music production isn’t really a job you can learn by visiting a university or making a course online. You can definitely profit from what you will learn there, but most of the information is also available on the internet – the best part about it? It’s free!

Most professional music producers are self-employed and get their income by either maintaining relationships with industry professionals or building some kind of online-business to provide their services to the public.

They have earned it through a lot of practice, connecting with others, and constantly building up their financial existence as an audio engineer.

To get to this point, you really have to learn A LOT.  That’s why I started this blog. I want to expand my knowledge in different disciplines of music production and want to share my knowledge with other producers so that they can benefit from it as well.


I love to learn new things, connect with like-minded people and I am super-passionate about beat-making and everything that is related to audio production. That’s the reason why I started this blog.

I try to constantly come up with new articles and useful music production tips on this site because I want to improve as an artist while also providing some value to the scene.

That’s simply what music is about for me and how I will continue making it. If you would like to get informed about my latest projects, feel free to follow me on social media – One Love!

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