Udemy Introduction to Music Production TUTORiAL
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Udemy Introduction to Music Production TUTORiAL
Learning various music concepts such as: best software/hardware, lyric writing process, and the music production process

This course is about music production and how to integrate it many different kinds of musical concepts, music software and music related hardware together. There are many kinds of materials included: A free textbook ($59 value), video lectures, a quiz, homework assignments, and screen cast lectures. Some software that is recommended to you is available for free from the publishers of the software so this is also a good resource for you. Expect to put in at least twenty hours per week into this course. So before you decide to pay and take this course I would recommend writing out a schedule that has time set aside each day for you to work on course due to the amount of time you spend reading and working on music production related tasks. All in all, this course will take you a long time to complete and it completely varies individual to individual.

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