There is a wide difference between a beat-maker and a music producer. A beat-maker literally makes the instrumental and a music producer not only makes the instrumental but he/she is also responsible for mixing, mastering, promoting and making it into a great song.
Many record company producers are the individuals who are more experienced in this area and they are recommended to work with artists in the big leagues. Whilst someone enjoys making beats and wants to make a career out of production then studying more in-depth about production and the industry is crucial.
As a music producer, making music that actually combines character and individuality is more effective. Being into a variety of genres like Hip Hop, Soul, Rock and Roll, Metal , Orchestra and Opera - most of my sounds consist of an abstract and alternative essence influenced by many of my favourite artists and more specific listening genres such as West Coast Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz and even Trance. Experimenting with different sounds and genres really help with creativity and can also provide you, as an artist, with a great individual sound.
Producers with an open-minded style are what the industry recommends you to check out - Seeking out instrumentals that are more realistic and stand out from the rest. I suggest looking into this website (www.dfunkdafiedbeats.com) for a range of elements with beats for your upcoming music projects as well as different information featured in the blog that include branding advice, music production advice and tips, news and releases, top lists and much more.
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