Nowadays, music production is something that can be done easily, thanks to the tons of apps. You might not even require actual instruments since beats can be composed in those apps. In this article, we are going to take a look at the different stages of music production.
The first step to music production is putting together musical ideas or songwriting. This includes the melody, harmony, and rhythm so that it is in sync. Songwriting, in this instance, doesn’t necessarily mean writing words, but if there are words, they should appear to the audience.
If you’re trying to guess what arranging is, it is choosing which instruments will be played in different parts of the song. You don’t want to have too many repetitions. A good song isn’t just about a good verse and chorus, it is also about the instruments and their roles in different parts of the song, the different sections of the song, and the harmony.
Tracking involves capturing or recording the song performance, which is more tangible than only playing the song live. This is because the live song would disappear as soon as the performance is over.
In this digital era, editing has become easier than ever although those tools should be a fallback plan. The main reason for editing is to make the song sound good, and it might not be necessary if the song already sounds good.
With all the above processes done, it is now time to make the track a winner by mixing it. this involves putting together all of the recorded instruments into a stereo 2-track mix. This will bring more clarity so that all the instruments can be heard clearly. It determines the instruments that will be more dominant or louder, as well as the effects and when they should be used.
When an album is being recorded, an artist can use different sound engineers, studios, and producers, and mastering is making all of them sync. Impeccable hearing and equipment are a mastering engineer’s best friends as they make their song collections coherent, the final sound becoming accurate. Still, in the digital era, there are many different software that artists can use for mastering their music but most let mastering engineers handle it for them.
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