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DJAMP

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I am a 15-year-old high school student who has a passion for mixing and producing dubstep/techno/electronic music. I am always open for advice and ways to make my work better. Let me know what you want to hear and I will try and make that come to life
I am a 15-year-old high school student who has a passion for mixing and producing dubstep/techno/electronic music. I am always open for advice and ways to make my work better. Let me know what you want to hear and I will try and make that come to life

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    Nominal about 6 years ago

    Oh dude, just to clarify - you don't need a microkorg or a physical synthesizer to make synth music. Most everyone nowadays uses softsynths, or software synthesizers - like the Pulverizateur in Audiotool. You can play the Pulverizateur by dragging it into the project area and creating a note track by double clicking on the timeline.

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    Nominal about 6 years ago

    Sorry for wall of text. You should start reading at the bottom.

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    Nominal about 6 years ago

    Even if you do everything I said, getting noticed is still tough the way the current system is set up. A lot of the veteran audiotoolers will go around giving encouragement and favorites to new tracks that show merit/effort, but whether they can find you is kind of hit and miss. If you make a track I think is worth it, I'll do what I can to draw attention to you - but I'm pretty new myself, I don't carry an awful lot of weight around here.

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    Nominal about 6 years ago

    I see from your description that you intended to operate like a DJ, splicing samples up. There isn't anything wrong with that in itself - the problem is the community. There are hundreds of accounts just like yours, which splice together unaltered samples just like you do. You won't be noticed in the sea of inexperienced audiotoolers exactly like yourself unless you do better than they do - which means, unfortunately, you'd have to do more than DJ.

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    Nominal about 6 years ago

    4. Follow more people, especially talented audiotoolers (more talented than myself) Listen to their tracks - better yet, open their tracks and see how they make music. You'll learn more quickly that way.

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