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Lorin Mitchell

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If you want to make faster progress when you’re in the studio, then this post is for you. The music production business operates at an incredibly fast pace. You’ll need to implement as many of these strategies as possible to keep up and maintain high standards.

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Teasing in a melody line by using fragments of it before unleashing the full tune can prove to be hugely effective

In the ongoing quest to make your tracks as memorable, dynamic and exciting as they can possibly be, understanding what makes a great melody is as essential as knowing how to program beats, sit a vocal properly in the mix or effectively negotiate any other part of the overall production process.

Step 1: We start with a fully supported melody line. We’ve got a tune, supporting chords and a whole beat structure, and everything’s playing at once. But this certainly doesn’t sound like the start of a track. Let’s build an introduction to work up to this point.

Step 2: We move the track back a few bars and copy only the elements playing the hook to the start. The first of these is a house piano sound, and we start with this, stripping out the syncopated notes between the melody note completely, to produce something much more sparse.

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Mastering is one of the most misunderstood parts of music production.

Even though you can save a lot of time and effort by using AI to master your music , you still have to pay attention to the finer points to get the best results.

In fact, there are several essential things you need to do in your mix to prepare your tracks for mastering.

In this guide I’ll show you the 5 steps to make sure your song is ready for LANDR mastering.

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Keep bass and percussion and swap in loz edit midi with melodic elements

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