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How long did it take y'all to become a music producer?

What is the process of becoming a music producer?

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SWAMINATHAN’s Answer

Hey Israel!
If you see my profile, I have mentioned as music producer. But if you ask me, I can say it for sure I haven't reached my goal. Since I was a music producer for around 3 years. I have released my songs in the platforms. Yeah I'm good at this level, but it never gets completion.
It's all about how much you have skilled? how you observe the other artists song? how much still you need to learn? how many hours have you spent for your craft? or how much you have to spend. These are all the things which defines your level.
No one is completed, everyone has to go. So don't confuse, don't compare, each person have different talent. If I good at Indie & Pop, you may good at some other genre. Miles to go, cheers!
I hope it will make sense for you.
All the very best!
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Christine’s Answer

At least undergraduate school to get a bachelors in sound design/recording. Likely also something with business would be good.
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Tomas’s Answer

I began creating music in 2019 when I was just 10 years old. I persisted and now music is essentially my career, which is pretty cool! If you're eager to start, I suggest checking out YouTube for tutorials or joining a community on Reddit or Discord. These resources truly helped me grow and discover new things. Plus, there are loads of free tools available for your musical journey. Keep experimenting in your DAW until you achieve a result that makes you happy. Once you've created a song you're proud of, consider sharing it with family, friends, or on platforms like SoundCloud and YouTube.

In short: dive into music as a hobby, and if you love it, think about turning it into a career.

If you ever need a helping hand, don't hesitate to reach out! I'd be more than happy to help.

Hope this inspires you!

-Tommy
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