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But essential to the development of skill in a particular genre is listening to a lot of music in the genre, and doing a lot of experimentation. Not every idea that I make turns into a full-length track. In fact, about 3 out of 4 of my drafts on audiotool, and almost every single draft on my pc, is discontinued. I seldom throw out my drafts though, in case I may find value in the ideas later. The key is to keep writing ideas and seeing which ones work.
Hi Stargazeur. I did start off with trance, or at least attempted to start with trance. Synth work shouldn't be a problem when you start off; if you start with any genre, you'd probably be using very basic sounds anyway. For trance, a good understanding of music theory would be very helpful. I, for instance, have been studying it for 8 years. If you don't really know much theory, I suppose you could start off by learning about chord progressions.
...you have no tracks... ugh!!!